Cody Johnson

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Cody Johnson
Posted over 2 years ago
Brian Greene: Is our universe the only universe?
The theory is wild, but it is logical. It might not work as 2+2, but if you can't see how it physically works, in our physical world, your relying on one dimensional answers, tor 3 dimensional problems. "Don't ask the wrong questions."
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Cody Johnson
Posted over 2 years ago
Sean Carroll: Distant time and the hint of a multiverse
I agree with your opinion that time doesn't exist... I think a large problem with science is focusing and implementing time into equations, I have a problem with equations too, but I'm not getting in to that now, I believe in motion. The ability to move. I'm not saying you can't believe in time, and motion, I'm saying that time is not a factor in the universe. The fact that particles slow down near high gravity objects doesn't mean that time can be slowed or any mumbo jumbo like that, it just means gravity is real. Space is real and gravity is real, and so was the big bang. An object in motion stays in motion and gravity controls its fate. And I am 100 percent sure that our universe does not extend to the fringes of all that it. Nothing can expand from an infinitely small point into the universe we have today if the space wasn't there for it to expand in to. Thus meaning that at the time of the big bang, the universe was expanding within its own confinement creating a vacuum between it and the multiverse that surrounds it. I assume that it is nice and neatly stacked like h20 becomes at extreme depths, but if it has not reached that stage in development, then other universes could interfere with ours via gravity, moving objects, creating black holes, or allowing the possibility for black holes. Got off the subject of time, but I ran with it.