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quote:Originally posted by Ray hintonif the universe has no begining and no end,how did it start,and how will it end.nothing lasts for ever.
quote:Originally posted by neilepDo you think ' thought ' has any implication towards our existence in the Universe ?
quote:I am wondering that if we were to have the knowledge of how the Universe came into being and that we could understand the final consequence that the act of ' knowing ' that knowledge could have serious ramifications.
quote:Perhaps it is part of our very being (being finite creatures) that we are not supposed to discover the true nature of our existence. Understanding it may denigrate us,
quote:Originally posted by BrynOur universe (if it is expanding/finite in size), however, can only contain a finite amount of energy - so consequently there must be other regions in endless space (universes of various forms and sizes) that contain the rest of the energy.
quote:I do not believe Olber was correct when he stated if stars went on forever the night sky would appear white. Light from stars is bent by gravity whenpassing other bodies. I believe over a massive distance the light from a feint star would have been bent so much its light would never reach us.
quote:Originally posted by daveshortsatbb: Have you an explanation for the hubble red shifts of things?
quote:Originally posted by Soul SurferDoppler shifting is by far the most probable and no other process fits however there are several other observables that confirm that the universe was hotter and smaller in the past and has changed its structure and composition over times comperable with the time since the big bang.