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If you don't want to hear my, boring philosophy and want to answer whats probably a supid question, its closer to the end.

T=0 singularity, a plague of questions just by it's mention follow. Nothing may be the answer.

First nothing is a paradox in nature, it has a meaning that states it does not exist, thereby making it impossible for it to have meaning, it is not even an 'it'. When one calculates the eventual, density, local temperature, and local energy of the universe it seems to calculate to zero. Someone once told me you can't divide by infinity, but they obviously were in entropy denial. So if everything is dividing into nothing, its likely it came from nothing. That would of course mean that zero equaled its self and did not, can 'something' which does not exist be equal to anything, including its self?, and yet since it is not possible for any value to equal non existence, non existence is not equal to its self, so it must be equal to something else. Free will becomes possible in a finite quantity, if all existence is paradox.

0*5=0, 0*0=5?, 0*5x=0, 0*0=5x

1 divided by infinity squared = both 1 and zero

because infinity*infinity=infinity

therefore infinity=1

because 1*x always = x

If you say you cant square infinity, your right I don't have enough graph paper, but reality cubes it.

moving on, I have a question, what would happen if space were depressed with no mass at the center of the depression? I have been thinking of ways to test if its even possible and will explain the only one I can conceive.

Take a vacuumed hollow sphere, attach it to an external axis, and rotate it at high speed. My supposition is that at a certain speed the increased mass of the container would eventually bend the space at the center enough to observe the effect, but the problem is theres nothing there to observe. There would have to be matter quantum leaped into the center, if the effect (if any) this would have on the changing of entropy is to be observed. Does this even make sense?

T=0 singularity, a plague of questions just by it's mention follow. Nothing may be the answer.

First nothing is a paradox in nature, it has a meaning that states it does not exist, thereby making it impossible for it to have meaning, it is not even an 'it'. When one calculates the eventual, density, local temperature, and local energy of the universe it seems to calculate to zero. Someone once told me you can't divide by infinity, but they obviously were in entropy denial. So if everything is dividing into nothing, its likely it came from nothing. That would of course mean that zero equaled its self and did not, can 'something' which does not exist be equal to anything, including its self?, and yet since it is not possible for any value to equal non existence, non existence is not equal to its self, so it must be equal to something else. Free will becomes possible in a finite quantity, if all existence is paradox.

0*5=0, 0*0=5?, 0*5x=0, 0*0=5x

1 divided by infinity squared = both 1 and zero

because infinity*infinity=infinity

therefore infinity=1

because 1*x always = x

If you say you cant square infinity, your right I don't have enough graph paper, but reality cubes it.

moving on, I have a question, what would happen if space were depressed with no mass at the center of the depression? I have been thinking of ways to test if its even possible and will explain the only one I can conceive.

Take a vacuumed hollow sphere, attach it to an external axis, and rotate it at high speed. My supposition is that at a certain speed the increased mass of the container would eventually bend the space at the center enough to observe the effect, but the problem is theres nothing there to observe. There would have to be matter quantum leaped into the center, if the effect (if any) this would have on the changing of entropy is to be observed. Does this even make sense?

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