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I was just thinking about that in another thread. It seems to me that gravity would operate against entropy by concentrating matter into massive and finally unstable objects.
Good point Ethos. I suspect that the universe exists just that way. It occupies an infinite spacial area. Its dimensions are three plus one. The one is time. Time and space are constants, not variables. Space can not expand.In all my studies, I have never found even one phenomena that is not easily explained within that concept. The idea of variable space-time is a huge obstacle to unification theory. It's like trying to build a complex structure with an elastic measure.