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quote:Originally posted by Soul SurferI tend to feel that the only sensible solution to the multiverse is a set of universes that are born live and die just the way everething else in our universe is born, lives and dies in a continuous recycling process and the sooner we accept this the better we will be.
quote:Originally posted by HadrianIf something is occupying space dose it displace it or incorporate it.
quote:Originally posted by another_someonequote:Originally posted by HadrianIf something is occupying space dose it displace it or incorporate it.If space and matter one one and the same, then it does neither.George
quote:Originally posted by ukmickybut how can space and matter be one and the same , matter bends space but space dosent bend matterMichael
quote:Originally posted by HadrianIf something is occupying space dose it displace it or incorporate it. What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.
quote:Originally posted by ukmickyCould space be made from tiny particles which are so so small that they can sit in between the particle's which make up matter allowing space to be incorporated in to matter. Just like how an amount of salt can be poured into a glass of water without increasing the level of water as the salt molecules are small enough to fill the gaps between the water molecules.
quote:Originally posted by ukmickyDon't know I'm just asking if space could be made out of tiny particles allowing it to flow through and reside within matter, which would mean that matter would not displace it as ask by hadrian because if matter does displace space then somehow you would have to decipher and understand what i wrote further on and answer itMichael
quote:Think of supercooled water. Spontaneously, you could have a crystal of ice growing within that water. The ice does not displace the water, because they are the same thing, just in a different state.
quote:Originally posted by ukmickyquote:Think of supercooled water. Spontaneously, you could have a crystal of ice growing within that water. The ice does not displace the water, because they are the same thing, just in a different state.i could be wrong here but for one form of matter to be in two state's wouldn't one of the state's have to contain more energy than the other and because they were coexisting together wouldn't there then be a transference of energy from one to the other eventually causing the two states to become one
Suppose you place together three cylindrical rods balanced as a tripod, so that if any one rod is removed, the other two will fall down. Clearly, the force transmitted between the rods at their tips is being transmitted all the way down the rods, and has an effect along the full length of the rod.If a man is unable to see the rods in their totality, but can only take slices through the rods (rather like CAT scans take one 2 dimensional image after another, and then build them back up to a full 3 dimensional image). If he is only able to take those slices starting at the bottom, and moving up the rods. In each slice, he will see an elliptical (almost circular) cross section of each rod, and these ellipses will appear to be moving closer together with each slice, until they reach a point where they meat each other and then disappear.Because he cannot see the effect each ellipse has on the other until he reaches the last slice, he can merely assume that they have no effect upon each other until they apparently collide and disappear, thus the only causal link he can perceive is an apparently linear motion, a collision, and a mutual annihilation.The reverse of this, if the man were taking his measure from the top rather than the bottom, would have the apparent results that are similar to “spooky action at a distance”.