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If anyone has used a stopwatch they are aware of time as a measurement of change.
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Macro level objects not only absorb wave energy in quantum increments based on their quantized content which governs the frequency of inflowing wave energy that they can absorb, but macro level objects also emit gravitational wave energy in quantum increments.
I would disagree with you here on various levels, but keeping it simple for a particle to radiate gravitational energy it would be losing energy and eventually disappear. Particles can not radiate or absorb gravitational energy, without gaining or losing mass/energy. It goes against the laws of physics and the conservation of energy. Verlindes theories suggest the entanglement of space is absorbed around mass/energy, reducing the entropy of space, which again is a bit of a violation to reduce entropy, but no one seems to have jumped on his ideas and said he cant reduce the entropy around mass/energy and his ideas seem close to gaining acceptance, and they do support the MOND curvefit with actual theoretical physics.
How would anyone define negative and positive energies for a zero energy universe. Matter and antimatter do not cancel out, they produce radiation when they come into contact. When space meets mass it appears to curve, possibly as a result of the reduction of entanglement entropy, similar to a black hole, which might be connected to the rest of space via a wormhole ??
Quote from: phyti0/1, and the related infinityI think you mean "1/0, and the related infinity".
A lot of mathematicians survived over the centuries without accepting that zero was a real number, even if they accepted "0" as a placeholder in Indian/Arabic numerals.
Quote from: JeffreyThe biggest problem is that the measuring device cannot be independent of the object that it is measuring. It affects the object it is measuring.
Undoubtedly; but it doesn't say how one could aim at, or hit, an object that doesn't exist until it is hit.
Quote from: yor_onAre you thinking of transformations Bill?
No. I'm thinking: is there a difference between no energy and two lots of energy, each of which cancels out the other, but both of which remain.Quote from: JeffreyThe question to ask is what was the energy balance during this process and how does it relate to the current state of the universe?
OK, so I asked the wrong question! Does this mean that no one knows the answer to my question; there is no answer to my question; or, my question is so silly, it makes no sense to anyone other than me?