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You and I are considering nearly identical paradigms for our universe
Consider for a moment that infinity is a state, which essentially defines raw space. When I say raw, I mean it is physically not a part of our reality. This raw space I consider infinity.
It is the two halves of infinity that drive existence. Infinity is the engine of creation, not a concept in the minds of mankind, but not physically part of our reality at the same time. Infinity flows through us, and we are a finite, and a perpetual reflection of the greater process. We are simultaneously expanding and contracting, for a net gain of 0.
Infinity to me implies motion. It's that edge you reach out to touch, but it always keeps drifting just out of reach. It just keeps going endlessly while trying to find maximum scale or resolution. And that's a two way street leading in and out. It is the vastness and the nothingness simultaneously defining each other in a codependent manner. The further out it stretches, the closer to nothing it gets, but it's never able to become everything and nothing in the process, so it just keeps going.
I imagine the rate of the process as constant, blossoming out in a spherical manner, so the volume grows at an exponential rate, and the potential to be nothing grows at the inverse rate. V=4/3*π*r^3*C^2
The cosmos exists between this infinite process in a perpetual manner.
The only place we differ is location. I consider there are an infinitely rising number of universes, and we're a mere speck of dust in the aftermath of the process. One of countless.
Quote from: timemachine on Yesterday at 00:36:06" some things, even physical things, are Unknowable"I would also have to disagree with this statement. Everything in my view is knowable. There's an answer for everything. It's the verification process where we run into trouble. We can't validate every single hypothesis with physical evidence, so we have to eventually trust our logic and reasoning on the problem.
Here's another idea that will bake your noodle...I contemplate a perpetual universe continually going through this process of creation and inhalation. A perpetual series of big bangs. They're all bound together in the evolution of our universe, like a string of pearls.
Our concept of time, which is really rooted in a physical awareness of past events, while predicting future events, is simply bound to this string of pearls. We remember past events, because we have lived past events. When we experience an event in the present, it binds that event to the past pearl strand event forming a cohesive memory, in an entanglement process. We can never know exactly what the future holds for us because the future event is still unbound to a past pearl strand event in the present, so future events are a bit more cloudy, or uncertain. Maybe Deja Vu is a bit more real than we give it credit for.The universe is mind boggling... So many possibilities, so little time to explore them all...
Yeah but, surely you did not really mean "creation" and annihilation. I think you meant "expands" and "contracts" as you previously stated.
Our observations have physical limitations that block our path to knowledge.
Henceforth, I will use the word "void" for you to interpret as "raw space".
since you seem a bit confused on my assertions, I think I need to clear things up a bit.
Quote from: timemachine on Today at 20:51:49Our observations have physical limitations that block our path to knowledge.Our path is never blocked. Knowing everything about the universe is possible, in my view.
Quote from: timemachine on Yesterday at 20:51:49Henceforth, I will use the word "void" for you to interpret as "raw space"."Yes, we are in perfect agreement here. /////////// Give me some energy, and now we have something to talk about. //////////" OKAY but hereafter you seem to shoot out into left field. I do not recall either of us saying anything about 'condensing a void'. or 'void explosion'
Time : A Quantifiable Recorded Measurement , Directly Proportional to a Finite Duration of Existence
Spacetime I redefine as time-energy. It's basically energy sans space. Space is completely thrown out of the equation as meaningless. The time-energy properties are inverse of mass energy, but they work similar in nature. They repel each other at the inverse square laws.
Quote from: Thebox on 26/03/2018 18:28:31Time : A Quantifiable Recorded Measurement , Directly Proportional to a Finite Duration of Existence Gobble Dee Goop !!!
time as a separate dimension does not exist.
if you do not have the ability to understand that is on you
To time machine: Einstein used conventional thinking. We had a ruler and a clock. The Earth spins on its axis and that produces one day. As we move toward light speed, the clock slows. So everything was related to time.
Yesterday was gone but if you could travel faster that light speed C, you could return to yesterday. But that is false.
The universe of this split second only exists for a tiny amount of time.
Only the memory exists in light, gravitational, and electromagnetic fields. Yet the fields are always changing. Thus we rely upon the photons to carry the memory of the past. The photons travel a certain distance and we use this to produce a time.