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Offline socratus

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Re: Infinity?
« Reply #50 on: 06/12/2005 13:51:02 »
Infinity: a symbol or reality.
1. Everyone knows, that absolute temperature T=0K cannot be reached.
We can only indefinitely come nearer to her.
2. Everyone knows, that nobody can reach
absolute speed of quantum of light  c=1.
We can only indefinitely come nearer to her.
3. But everyone also knows, that only quantum of light goes with
absolute speed  c=1.
It is the fact, it is a reality.
Question: Unless can this absolute movement  c=1 occur in  relative reference frame ?
Answer: No.!
The absolute movement can occur only in absolute frame of reference.
But only one absolute  frame of reference is known  T=0K
(which  is impossible to reach).  
And only in her quantum of light can move with the absolute speed  c=1.
 And it is also reality.
But what can tell quantum of light about his travel in the parallel world?
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Re: Infinity?
« Reply #51 on: 06/12/2005 14:37:11 »
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the universe is expanding,(we can figure out the rate though it varys in different areas) therefore there is a set amount of space and therefore space is not infinite


We can't actually say that. All we can say is that the observable universe is expanding. Maybe beyond that it is actually static or even contracting.
 

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« Reply #52 on: 14/12/2005 17:16:29 »
I think this is one of those questions that cannot be answered because there is just no way of proving.

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« Reply #53 on: 14/12/2005 17:34:35 »
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I think this is one of those questions that cannot be answered because there is just no way of proving.


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