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  1. mass-gravity and time exclude each other. Anything with a mass is outside of time. Time is a vector and is building up, while mass is constant. The redshift is a function of time. "building up of time" -> the only quantity, that is causing the expansion of space-time is time. A hypothesis. "in my hypothesis it seems that curvature (gravity) in its ultimate form is devoid or absent of time" === The Time of Relativity theory is undoubtedly akin to a negative spacial dimension in this mine hypothesis (as if there is one), space-time is expanded solely by the effect of
  2. it does resonate (to me) or, this would appear so only becaouse precisely of "building up of time" this also resonates, but havent taken any effort to elaborate, the part that she is talking about "zooming in and getting thep recise same 'object' over and over again'. This is the "thing" on the micro level imho. will have to sit down and elaborate, maybe in next 5 years
  3. this is what i meant. @ shrinking is the units we measure distance in + @expansion only occurs on the large scale said units are not shrinking, its the effect of time on large scale
  4. the roman Pantheon consisted of liberal approach to religious freedom, with a twist- as long as any religion would recognise Caesar as supreme Deity (Pontidicus Maximus), the religion was legitimate (Religio Legitimata), jews had a compromise: instead of sacrificing to the Caesar they sacrificed for him, Christians however did not recognise deity to Caesar, that is why Christianity was the only 'Religio Illicita' in the roman Pantheon. Christians were thrown to the lions for 350 years, entire families, for amusement of roman masses in Colloseums. Point being, ' survived just because it had
  5. christianity was the only 'religio illicita' in the Roman Empire. Early church was thrown to the lions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tacitus_on_Christ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josephus_on_Jesus https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_in_the_Talmud http://www.neverthirsty.org/pp/historical-secular-quotes-about-jesus/lucian-of-samosata.html http://biblehub.com/matthew/16-4.htm
  6. hi, im willing to answer any question you might have regarding mistakes, fallacies, inconsistencies that you believe you find in the bible,... so please, post your questions, i will attempt to answer all in my best strenght. ofcoourse discussion is welcome.
  7. no, if I want to keep everything. if there is *an* nothing, there is no everything. I can demostrate a nonexistant nothign though. we dont know what all we did observe, there will always be things we dont know that we know. we dont only know what we observe, we also know what we observe, but dont know we observe. "What knowledge can I gain from this different viewpoint?"" yes, but in a non-solipsystic manner only.
  8. if the second law is only a huge probability, then it matters alot if life brached it, but life can anyway. so it matters a litle bit, that it could not matter.
  9. if you mean time, its not created of anything. it builds up. @'creation' of space: i like to think about creation of 'time' only. the expansion thus becomes an effect of time solely. (as an hypothesis (@moderators)) my explanation is this: space-time is expanding faster than C because only time is expanding it. No space is created, only time causes this. its a hypothesis yes. and it works splendidly if you reverse t. my hypothesis is: acceleration is apparent, what couses expansion is time. (not space-time expansion, only time expansion). it then appears that events 'furthe
  10. IMHO this perticular pair ( nothing - everything ) can also imply ontological incompleteness (in reality itself).
  11. yes, paradox itself can be a signifier or even an instance of objects, i think. It might be of fruition to rethink the original dillema from this point of view - and not in my original path, where i try to resolve the paradox (and actualy fail to). how about this: [math]|Psi(r, t)>[/math] where t <=> ? ===> and t > 0 ===> let us take the second case: there being light and no darkness. We would have no way of knowing, that light as such exists, but we could have detected a set of paradoxes that start to describe something w
  12. hugh, this sort of developed . Whos right? there are things that we know, but dont know that we know them. Nothing can not-exist, but it can exist or not. Or: we cant know wether nothing exists or not, but it can not-exist, and it can also exist or not. This is my answer. Its quite final .
  13. hi, nice inputs, but regarding the dialectical existance vs nothing pair, I am more leaning into the direction of asking: not if nothing can exist, but can nothing not exist while everything can. So to speak, I am letting go of the diallectical grip in this case, which I think is a special case (regarding dialectical reasoning). @ Of course nothing exists. If it didn't, you wouldn't be able to conceive of it as a concept. i think nothing is a special case, .. yet dont have time to develop this. regarding your question: can I put doubt in conceptual thinking here, in the sense of, th
  14. the second law of thermodynamics, if true, should be a consequence of the reversible physical laws applicable to ultimate particles.
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