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TryingToBeLogical
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Message 13 of 18 (729628)
06-16-2014 6:53 AM
Reply to: Message 12 by RAZD
11-20-2013 2:56 PM


Something to chew on...
Here's something that's been bugging me about the Big Bang. Where did the energy that caused it come from? And don't try telling me it was already there. The current theory is that it was all compressed to a ball of near-nothingness; logic dictates that, as temperature tends to decrease with mass, this sphere must have been at pure Absolute Zero. There WAS no energy for it to do anything; it was simply there. But all that pressure reduced the atoms to nothingness, still pushing to be freed from nonexistent bounds. So where did the energy come from? Where did the mass originate?

The answer, as it turns out, might lie in gravity and dark matter. Gravitational potential energy is a negative value; if it wasn't, we'd all be pushed AWAY. But this means that this is actually 'anti-energy', as it might be termed, and therefore, is a negative value in the gigantic equation of the Universe. Averaging out the gravitational potential energy with every positive and negative energy value in the universe may very well result in Absolute Zero; thus, there is a loophole in the Law of Conservation of Energy. The same applies to matter; anti- or dark matter could well be a negative value to 'regular' forms of matter, and thus, average out to Nothing once the equation is complete. The implications are troubling.

Therefore, thanks to this little loophole, it's entirely possible that all of existence - no matter how impressive or enormous - may simply be the twin complex roots in a quadratic or cubic equation of truly mind-bending proportions. It's the mathematical concept of redefining zero, where you get around the lack of actual roots in a quadratic equation by completing the square with equal positive-negative values. We may be simply +42-42.

Makes you think, doesn't it?


Logic is the ultimate argument; for none can refute logic with anything but logic. Thus, you will always walk away satisfied if you stay logical, knowing either you're right, or you're wrong.

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TryingToBeLogical
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Message 15 of 18 (729659)
06-16-2014 1:50 PM
Reply to: Message 14 by NoNukes
06-16-2014 9:28 AM


Re: Something to chew on...
Frack, sorry. I messed up big time, didn't I?

Anyway, as it is, thermal energy would increase as the mass it was contained in decreased, correct? Thus, the Big Bang contained the absolute energy of the universe, right? But the key is that that energy couldn't have come into existence on its own. The problem is where all this matter and energy originated.

Also, we don't know a damn thing about dark matter. It's just a theory, and antimatter, well, we all know the destruction that can cause.

The point being, based on the theory of relativity, isn't it entirely possible that you could transform a negative energy value into a negative mass value? Therefore, it is also possible that mass can exist as a negative. The logical conclusion as to the identity of this (keeping in mind that this is all just postulation) anti-matter would be the single most mysterious form of matter in the known universe. Hence, dark or anti matter.

Does that clear things up a bit? I don't know WHAT I was thinking with the Absolute Zero thing. Sorry...


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