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Author Topic:   Does the universe have total net energy of zero?
Chuck77
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Message 31 of 404 (643730)
12-11-2011 4:19 AM
Reply to: Message 30 by Modulous
12-11-2011 3:38 AM


Re: pseudo tensors
It's beyond me. Can you simplify it some? What is negative energy compared to positive energy in the universe mean? Dark matter, dark energy etc?

Do some physicists say all the matter energy cancels eachother out therefore zero?

Edited by Chuck77, : No reason given.


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Chuck77
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Message 33 of 404 (643733)
12-11-2011 4:30 AM
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12-11-2011 4:25 AM


Re: pseudo tensors
Modulous writes:

Not quite. They say the positive energy content of the universe is essentially cancelled out by the negative energy content of the universe.

Ok, but there is still energy right?

Im just not sure the theme is supposed to be, what the thread means. Zero energy or infinate energy, what means what?


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