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Gravitons, Gravity and The Beginning

  1. Jul 26, 2004 #1
    A new / revised theory


    At first there was ‘nothing’. It was empty and had no bounds. One could not identify coordinates of space, nor time.

    Then the ‘nothing’ started to quiver. The quivers were in every direction but still there were no coordinates for direction or distance. The quivers were quivers in time and time could be called the first dimension.


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    Clement McCulloch

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  3. Jul 26, 2004 #2


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    How does nothing "quiver"? Sounds like a buzzword. In fact, how can you quiver in "every direction" when there are no directions yet?
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