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17 April 2005 - 12:34 PMI like your theory, it looks like you gave it some serious thought but, just a few questions. What would cause such a "finite bubble" if there are equal forces both at the center and outside the bubble? It seems very strange that if these forces can balance each other through the bubble, they shouldn't be able to balance themselves without the bubble.
Also, my knowledge is limited on black holes so work with me; I was under the impression that black holes had specific mass that was very large but not infinite (otherwise we'd all be swallowed up), we just couldn't measure it because of the whole GR thing and the warping of space-time. This would also explain why black holes swallow each other sometimes.
Lastly infinity is a very tricky concept because within it, one can basically say 1 = 2 and math goes all crazy. If this occurs, than all of physics as we know it goes wacky and the idea of balancing forces goes out the window, because just as infinity equals infinity, infinity doesn't equal infinity at the same time.
22 March 2005 - 02:39 PMI heard a theory that all time that has ever been and that ever will be all happens at once. It's kinda weird but from our point of view, it makes sense. Discuss
22 March 2005 - 02:11 PMI was also thinking about the question on my way home. Doesn't E=mc^2 imply that if something has energy is has mass? Well, light is energy, which implies that it has a mass even if it is a miniscule amount, right? My insight into the equation is very limited so if one could clear up this misconception, i would appreciate it. O and thanx tormod.
22 March 2005 - 10:36 AMI saw somewhere earlier that if something moved faster than light it would observed as moving backwards. Well I've heard descriptions of positrons being just "electrons moving backward in time" and they are almost massless so... . I have often pondered this question though. But what Im wondering is what if there is something already moving faster than light and we just can't detect it. Maybe "dark light" having something to do with dark matter. idk just random spouts of me brain.
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