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Name: John
Location: Cheshire UK
Occupation: Physics, English medieval history,
Hobbies: Writing, physics, English medieval history, playing piano,
Date registered 02.21.2012
Date of birth: 26. October 1995
Last online: 06.09.2012
Sex: male

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Tue Mar 06, 2012 5:41 am | jump to post

Further to the above. It is my belief that for matter to exist it must interact. This interaction is the instigation of energy/ force. If this energy/ force grows so strong as to contain matter, as in a black hole, matter must win out eventually. Coz when matter increases, so to the energy/ force it produces and must out grow the containing force of a black hole.A black hole is created by the gravity of mass trying to concentrate matter into a single point, a finality. There are two theories:(1)...
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Tue Mar 06, 2012 4:00 am | jump to post

IMO. It is not time which does not flow but the interaction of matter in the normal way. Even in a black hole where forces are so great, there is no such thing as static matter.A sun converts matter into radiating energy. A black hole converts matter into enegy that can't radiate because the attractive forces are to great. But eventually the amount of 'locked in' energy overpowers these forces.. = Big Bang.I do not pretend to understand how these forces work, even Einstien could not work it out....

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Mon Mar 05, 2012 7:13 am | jump to post

Not really. All matter is interactive. So anywhere is a potential "my point" (which I don't think 'Rainbowdragon meant actually).IMO All matter is in an interactive continuum. And is attracted to the nearest strongest or bigger force. This is a knock on effect which causes larger and larger groups, which are also attracted to others. And so on. Suns are formed with by products of planets etc. Larger masses interact to join or destroy each other. Massive suns may implode into black holes which at...

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Tue Feb 28, 2012 6:35 pm | jump to post

Zitat von rainbowdragonThe black hole. What could be holding all the stars and what not together?The forces of a black hole, which attract matter, to an increasing amount as to create a galaxy.
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Tue Feb 28, 2012 6:26 pm | jump to post

Matter must come first, however I believe that a black hole begins in the microcosm, and that they are plentiful and an integral part of the forces of the Universe. As a black hole grows it attracks more matter. Eventually increasing over millions of years to amass a galaxy around it. Then at a given size it explodes... Big Bang.

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Sun Feb 26, 2012 12:04 pm | jump to post

Zitat von balaurWhat if there is no gravity?Everything falls apart?No gravity.... No Nothing.
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Sun Feb 26, 2012 5:32 am | jump to post

Zitat von balaurCould a white hole start space and time itself?Causing space to expand?This seems to be the current theory. However it's more likely that the birth and death of galaxies is the way of the universe. Time as a force or 'item' in my opinion does not exist. Time is a descriptive word for what the universe does. The same as 'flow' is the descriptive word for what a river does.The particles, atoms, mass, forces, of the universe are interactive continually, and can not be arrested.Space...

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Fri Feb 24, 2012 6:32 pm | jump to post

Zitat von balaurThat's a theory that appears to be right,according to Einstein,the particles are "eaten" by th black holes and ejected out of white holes but so far,we've never detect a white hole.The 'big bang' was a white hole, but not for the creation of the universe. Only for the demise and re-birth of a nearby galaxy.
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Fri Feb 24, 2012 6:26 pm | jump to post

Zitat von balaurZitat von TyrannaGravity is the force that makes the universe tick, but what exactly is it?I know,Gravity is something discovered by Isaacasaurus NewtonLol.. But there is a world of difference between discovery and definition.
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Fri Feb 24, 2012 6:21 pm | jump to post

I don't think these features are necessary for life to evolve. But to find a mirror image of our solar system would be extraordinary.


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