aman Posted December 31, 2002 Share Posted December 31, 2002 I've been working on an idea that an empty universe needs energy to sustain itself. To have three infinite dimensions of empty space, eg. pre big bang, would take energy to keep from collapsing into a non-point. I need a device to make some measurements to prove it. First a question. If I take a piston in a cylinder sleeve with perfect ring seals into the vacuum of space, can I pull the piston down in the cylinder creating a vacuum as large as I want and let go without the piston being pushed back because the pressures should be equal on top and bottom? Just aman Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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