02-02-2012 09:02 PM
unirverse nvr began just always been
will always be
is in constant cyucle
all matter ocme into oen then asplode agen
repeat fer evyurs
but spasion increase ing? faster way from chother.
unirverse break apart nvr come bACK TOGETHER
spasion happening cuz black daerk stuff expanding pushing
black stuff can't be inifinite nor is solid
eventually will no longer affect outwerd spasion
then gravtimation slow down matter pull back together
suk everytin in get bigger more stuff #### in get stronger gratimation v
til everything oen giant black hole
so much gratiesv that atoms are crushed electrons lights everything mooshed into m ost basic form of matter
building blocvks of iuniverse building blocks of everything ginat ball of pure matter
eventually so much energy oen small reaction start chain reaction
big bang happen again
universe exapnd outwareds again liek big pringle shape never ending
as humans our lives are bound by life and death, there has been no single person to live forever.
so the idea that something could exist forever is a concept that seems almost impossible
everything must have a beginning like everything must have an ending.
But why? Why is it so hard to accept that something could exist in an infinite time span?
Matter is not like us, it is not human it is not by our definition itself alive.
Matter in it's purest state does not age, it cannot die, it cannot feel.
it is simply a building block by which things living or not are built.
02-03-2012 06:51 PM
02-03-2012 07:10 PM - edited 02-03-2012 07:12 PM
that's no ice.
nects topics of concussions
time is merely label given for duration of enerygy being expelled thorugh space
time itselfs is nto physical it cannot be slowed or maniplated
peeps belive times slwos as faster coser comes to spped of light
but light nor speed determines time
if takes you 5 minutes walkign form poitn a to poitn be at say 5 miles hour per
you are nto slowing down time by only takign 3 seconds move a point B to
simply just takign less time
you if spend 5 minutes moving at that spped you will nto age slwoer
you'll simply move stremely fats for 5 minutes
to slow "time" persays you'd have to slkow the energy given off by mater plus t
which believed possible by uber massive amoutns of gravtashions but even this would still not truly slow time
your percepshon maybe and even rate which age but times measurement itself would nto change
and even wiht this you cou;d nto mpove forward nor backwards
to move forward through time into say future that future would already have to exist in in soem udder spasial dimensions
in which case would nto be your future.
and to go back. you would quite literrally hVE TO take all matter and revert it back to exact state it was in past
you could nto just move yourself to poiun t said, that past would have to already exist.
However, there is a way to look into the past quite literally.
Infact everytime you look up at the night sky you're looking at what's already happened.
This is because the speed of light only moves so fast. So planets and solar systems that are great distance(and i mean a GREAT distance aways)
send off light waves that don't reach the earth till many years later thousands of years later on how far you are looking
so what we see right now in far away solar sytems actually happened hundreds of years ago.
so a cool thought would be if you had a powerful enough telescope and could move faster than the speed of light
You could fly away from the earth, then look back and see the earth's past.
02-04-2012 12:21 PM
02-04-2012 11:45 PM
Now thats original.
02-05-2012 12:17 PM
02-05-2012 12:25 PM
02-05-2012 12:30 PM
yea or get lost in it T_T
can u imagine lol b'n lost in the universe
would u age if u were lost in the universe
i mean time would still take its toll rite?
but have u heard any updates on the neutrinos from last sept??
02-05-2012 01:49 PM
yeah you'd age,
and yesh that'd #### to get lost lol.
i think people are fussing a bit too much about it.
it's not as if reality is going to fall apart if somethign moves faster than light
we view light as mass-less unhindered energy moving through space
a 100% efficient engine. it gives as much energy as it takes
so in our view, for something to move faster it'd have to give off more energy than it takes.
which is impossible
and would throw a wrench into alot of things.
but here's the thing light can still be affected by matter.
and as far as we can tell it can even be affected by gravity
so even light is not a 100% efficient engine more like a.. 99.9997% efficient
neutrinos however can freely pass through matter
So i'd like to think of them as being 99.9998% efficient
which is why they can move faster than light
this is just my own theory ofcourse though
and in this way einstein's theory still holds ground
but instead of speed of light being the ceiling
speed of neutrino becomes the new ceiling.
ofcourse i'm not a physicist so... i could be wrong.
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