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    Big Bang really necessary?

    There's the point, that isn't explained. The nothing that preceeded it, that isn't explained. The nothing it's in, that isn't explained. The point and the space expanding into what, that isn't explained. The big bang theory, explains less than nothing. An infinite universe, both...
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    On space

    Is space empty... and is matter full (solid)?
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    What would the universe be like

    It seems like it's comfortable in it's imperfection though. Maybe not so much a flaw but a limit. Kind of like saying "it's a fun job, I can't be boss, but I can't be fired either."
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    The Foundations of a Non-Naive Mathematics

    A point with no internal parts does not exist.
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    Time Machine's to be kept clean at all time's. Memo

    ... and yes, please keep all time machines clean and serviced.
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    Time Machine's to be kept clean at all time's. Memo

    "Retart"... don't bring up women at a serious time like this.
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    Initial size of universe

    Existence... then logic... then science?
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    What would the universe be like

    There is no true solidity in the universe... nor does it ever truly disappear.
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    What would the universe be like

    It does seem that any theory that uses mulitples of the same thing (albeit in different configurations), in this case strings... AND without explaining the "space" in between them... is presumably flawed. Some seem to forget that it's all about a "singularity." I got a "hair" theory I'll...
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    What is nothing?

    My feeling is that they are both imperfect... the geometry and the real world. True perfection only happens once. That's the nature of perfection in it's truest sense... at the fundamental level we are talking about. Anything inside the universe including geometry, and probably the...
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    What is nothing?

    I'm actually not questioning your doubt as to whether nothing can give rise to something... nor am I assuming that a very fundamental idea can only be "mistaken" for fact. I'm actually wondering if at the root of existence... idea and fact are the same thing? Plato "seems" to suggest it...
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    What is nothing?

    I wonder if sufficient contemplation could arrive at an accountable relationship between something and nothing... and if that "idea" would be so compelling that it would be taken as "fact?"
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    What is nothing?

    There is also nothing readily available to demonstrate that our universe is the container. I think the task is to define "container." Is it impossible to logically define the container that isn't contained? Given enough time we can theoretically reach the first or last thing in the...
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    What is nothing?

    Prometheus... How would you restate it in the context of the theory of relativity?
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    What would the universe be like

    Uncertainty in the universe, isn't necessarily something we need to get rid of, to explain the universe. It might be the most fundamental thing in the universe. If we didn't have uncertainty we wouldn't have change. Getting beyond it, to explain the origin of the universe, is another thing...
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    What is nothing?

    Can't have a fluctuation or anything else in nothingness. Explaining this universe using other universes doesn't get us down to the bottom of it. There are essentially, only two choices. Explain how something came from nothing without using any other thing in the explanation. Explain...
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    SuperString Theory Question

    There have been no "real" values established for anything. There has been no answer to what, how and why... anything exists or functions. Bunch of relative stuff... no absolute(s).
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    TOE incomplete without God

    Why can't the origins of the universe and of god too... be completely logical?
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    What is nothing?

    I realize his talk had nothing to do with the big bang. I also realize that it's not commonly thought of that the big bang and black holes are the same thing... but I think they are representations of each other. The big bang being the macro and the black hole being the micro. Doesn't...
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    Please scrutinize my symmetric concept.

    "Value system?"
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    What is nothing?

    I would suggest a black hole and the big bang are the same. They both surmise that something and nothing can interchange. One goes from something to nothing... one goes from nothing to something. Niether seems to be that case. Or am I misunderstanding it?
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    What is nothing?

    It wasn't much of a theory to begin with. It couldn't find the beginning, much less before the beginning.
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    Question No.1

    At any given time one of me is a tall guy... another is living as a wide guy... and my third persona is a thick guy...
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    Please scrutinize my symmetric concept.

    I'm glad you characterized it as a "humble" concept. There's too much presumption around here some times.
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    What is nothing?

    The container is the container. The question is... "what is the container?" What is it that has no "outside?" If space/time is the container... given enough time and space, one will always encounter more universe... never reaching the container. Not to mention not being able to...
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    What is nothing?

    I agree we live in space and time... but it doesn't mean they aren't contained in something else. If I told you, I'd have to shoot you. :)
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    What is nothing?

    All "things" are events, of course. Time itself however, is not an event. Nor is space. All events happen in space, separated by distance, because of time. Space and time are contained within something else.
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    What is something?

    Just thought I'd bring this thread up to the front again. Again, the question... "what is something?" First there's the biggest question... how does something come from nothing, if it did? Then... how do other somethings come from the original something? Then... are the multiple...
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    What is nothing?

    Which kind of "zero" are you refering to? The zero that comes after something... meaning a lack of something? Or the zero that preceeds the something?
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    What is nothing?

    In terms of an "initial" state... the nature of nothing doesn't contain time... therefore that implies at least one reason why nothing can't change to something. It would have to do it at a certain time. Not to mention that there wouldn't be any space for it to happen. After something exists...
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