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The problem with a lot of all-matter-is-photon theories is that they don't do this, so they're not of much use to physicists.
Quote from: JP on 26/11/2010 06:29:47The problem with a lot of all-matter-is-photon theories is that they don't do this, so they're not of much use to physicists.Doesn't that rather depend on what type of physicist one is? Personally, I find them quite useful.
I predicted many things about the Bigbang, blackholes, dark matter and dark energy, but we have to wait...
What happen if two black holes become concentric? The more massive black hole is the outer one. If the black hole inside is large enough you will have a BigBang and two concentric halos in the background radiation (WMAPS)!!! http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=no-evidence-of-time-before-big