I'm not a physicist!
Just wondering what it is like on the edge of the universe? how many dimensions will be there, what force will be acted upon a close object, and what relativity will become?
I'm assuming the universe is euclidian (eucklidean? euclidean? my English sucks.) not hyperbolic or...
ok I just got a kinda 'crazy' idea that would explain the arithmetic paradox.
if say, ∞/∞=A and 0/0=A;
pick 2 random numbers from A, just 2 and 3;
so ∞/∞\neq∞/∞, same goes for 0/0\neq0/0
so is it possible to say that:
Question: as title says.
I'm not a physicist at all and I do not know much about how people obtained the big bang theory from red shift. So here is what I thought from red shift:
In a time period t1, a distant body emits a light wave with a certain amount of energy with n oscilations(I dont...
let there be y=0*x
there are 4 value ranges on the real plane:
I. x<0 y=inf
II. x=0 y=A
III. x>0 y=0
IV. x=inf y=A
as we can see here the value of y is like a sine wave;
(Although A is not a number.)
inf --> A --> 0 --> A --> inf --> A ....
so, does A represent a intermediate range of...
so if those things are true, then many of the limits can be viewed in a different perspective.
u couldnt just substitute m=infinity into the equation;
however if we do that:
it makes sence now since e is a member of A.
thinking from the Riemann Sphere: can the real projective line be described as a circular graph?
So all the arithmetic calculations can be done via angular calculations, and 0 or infinity would have a unique angle from the axis?
Read these first before you criticise me...