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I was wondering what a plot of energy against space-time would look like going from alpha to omega, using the assumption that the universe is heading towards an omega of flat absolute zero.

I came up with a guess of this:

http://img585.imageshack.us/img585/9025/plotr.png [Broken]

At alpha there was high energy in a small space and at omega there will be low energy in a large space. From this information it seemed natural to plot an inverse exponential curve (like that of 1/x).

Some thoughts I got from plotting this are (probably rambling nonsense but):

So I am wondering what people of think of this? What should the plot of this actually look like using known data? Does plotting energy against space-time actually make any real sense?

- The actually points at alpha or omega are asymptotes, thus could never or will ever be reached in ordinary time. Unless you were to trace back or forwards in time infinitely then they would be?

- When normally plotting an inverse exponential function like this you would also plot along the negative x-axis, the curve would then be a mirrored rotation when going into negative space-time. This would then seem to correlate well with the theory of an antimatter mirror of the universe.

ps I am (as you have probably assumed) not a physicist. I just like playing with ideas, relationships and analogies.

Thanks.

Axio.

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# Plot of energy against space-time

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