In my model Space and Matter do not exist as seperate absolute(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

entities. The complexity of space/time/matter in scientific

understanding reaches far beyond singular absolute conceptions.

What I am constructing in this model a hypothetical point in

time in order to visualize space and matter seperately, and in

doing so an understanding of what is possible and what is not

possible emerges. What is absolute solid, what is absolute space,

can such conditions exist and under what conditions?

We may find such thinking ludicrous,waste of time and so on.

So to continue with my model,lets go another step further and

see where this will take us.

Our model consist of space and matter as both existing together

of which if one condition was non-existent then space and

matter will also be non-existent, both occuping one existence.

Next we will add to our hypotheical model another condition in

order for our model to animate or evolve, otherwise we have a

dead model so to speak. So I will add ,"Motion" how will affect

the model? which condition will motion affect first? space?

matter? since at the beginning I said space and matter exist

together as one then I would say more then likely motion would

affect space and matter simultaneously. In this concept one

could say that since both conditions have been given the

properties of motion that motion in matter is motion in space

and that motion in space is motion in matter? Motion here,

motion there, matter here, matter there, space here,space there.

In this model we now have, Space,matter and motion, but still

incomplete. In part three we will take up the next construction.

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# Conceptional Space/Matter Cosmology,PART2

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