QUOTE (sirfiroth+May 24 2007, 06:48 PM)
That implies there is no understanding of infinity, Right?
Yep ..... it means that we don't understand what's going on in the universe, or what's up with it.
22nd June 2007 - 06:28 AM
It's uncanny how this resembles the ancient Vedic (Hindu) postulates of a cyclical universe. The theoretical treatise is of course different and the attempt to present these cycles in human years may also be erroneous (www.salagram.net/cycleOages.html). I don't however understand how the same concept postulated today suddenly becomes original research.
22nd June 2007 - 07:03 AM
Original whatever is the mask. You'll by (t)he Lable! thinking there is something new under the heat of the Sun. They like with books transcribed of old where n becomes z : lim z+z=z^z......................zth term.
They re emparsell old material (same stuff) all most read at some point in time by everyone in previous lifespans of time under thier sugar coated new age heading/advertisements.
There are plenty of stuffs that are old hat but that huff been uncovered hundreds of thousands of years ago then covered up then introduced after when the material could again produce a profit. Dare shake your spears at that being z. Would you like to?
23rd June 2007 - 09:46 AM
Fakeer. I looked at the site and it is full of unproven goobledegook. The idea of things being cyclic, in the form of reincarnation, etc has been around for millennia.
23rd June 2007 - 11:58 AM
QUOTE (Zephir+May 24 2007, 06:27 PM)
By AWT the Universe can have an infinite number of beginnings and endings
Zephir, there must only be one beginning to the entire thing though. By your theory, a universe has a dense star, which spawns another universe, and so on. But, if you go backwards, you will eventually return to the 'original universe' which set the whole thing going. Temporally, your system lacks an explanation for the creation of the original universe. Your system only explains how the universes 'after' that original universe, came into existence. So explain to me now, how this original universe came into existence, without the aid of a 'dense star' from a previous universe?
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