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Offline Razak

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Did all the mass came from energy?
« on: 28/02/2007 01:49:36 »
E=mc^2. This equation says that mass and energy are interchangeable i.e. mass can be changed to energy and energy can be changed into mass. Then mass is a compact form of energy, it is like a battery storing electric energy but of course the whole battery doesn’t change into electric energy. The point that I am trying to make here is that the big bang originated from a single point Therefore that single point must have been all energy because energy doesn’t have mass nor does it occupy space so it is no problem to fit all the energy to create a universe in a single point.


 

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Did all the mass came from energy?
« Reply #1 on: 01/03/2007 12:38:01 »
well yes and..idk...do u honestly in your right mind think that just because mass holds untapped enegery ur gonna b "god" and make a universe?  i mean really...think about it first of all its an insane idea (kinda like some ive had) and secoundtheres not near enuf energy stored there to produce another universe..but lets say there was...im assuming u wud find this"potenital universe" on Earth. if u somehow unleased it...it wud be catosrtophic killing not only u but many others
 

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