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  1. #1 The Blackhole: Where the two Laws of Nature meets 
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    Most scientists believe that the law governing the scale of an atom and the law governing the stars and the galaxy meets in the Blackhole. Stephen Hawking believes that the laws of science dictates that the Universe cannot have a beginning because the very question "Is the universe has a beginning?" is invalid. Several different kinds of theories have been described. My theory suggests that the beginning of the Universe and its end is happening at the same time at this very moment, in the past and the future. It is not an alternative theory to the ever existance of the universe instead it was the answer to the question whether other extra-dimensions in spacetime exists. This is where the common sense meets the much more complicated laws of science. Everyday you witness abstract things and matters destroyed and also being rebuilt. Thus the Law that was responsible for answering the beginning and the end of the Universe is not of our concern because we are being restricted by the laws of physics as we know it. What the fuck I'm talking about.


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    Maybe we are governed by these laws because let's say for example if our entire known universe was inside a single blood cell, continually going through the motions of circulling in the vein. How could we possibly explain what the lungs are doing if all we are is a minute speck of complicated matter making up the cell structure.

    We would be bound to the laws vein for example and never to leave nor to really understand. You can be sure that the end is up when the over all being ceases to exist. Yet we are so small that a fraction of a second in the overall being could consitute to a billion of our years, i guess its just how you percieve time relative to size.

    Maybe there is more of them, hundreds of different cells making up the thing and what if theres more than one being, there could be billions of universes never to connect.

    Maybe we are a disease in this overall beings blood, for it to understand us would lead to it curing itself of this disease. Yet we are small and complicated we are hell bent on destroying our own planet.

    Maybe the beginning of time is when the beast was born.

    I'll get my coat lol I just wanted to add my own What the fuck I'm talking about post.


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    So, are you suggesting that the core of an atom has similar traits to a black hole? Maybe it's so dense that things around are either sucked in, or ejected, but nothing in between, and that's why an electron can only have certain energy levels?

    Something along those lines? This could become an interesting discussion perhaps, though speculative in nature, of course.
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    Sorry, but I seem not to understand the theory quite well.

    you say that the universe ends when it starts and that to every second(constant).

    Why do you think this?
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    Maybe he's suggesting that time is an illusion. I've heard that suggested before.

    The idea is usually that everything that ever will happen or ever has happened is, in a way, happening right now from some perspective. It's just a perspective that we, as humans, are unable to ever be in, or don't know how to tap into, or something. (But it's also total pseudo-science, so I want to be careful not to get this thread moved)

    Too bad he original author won't come back and clarify. Maybe he was drunk and I'm just trying to make sense out of non-sense?
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    Quote Originally Posted by miomaz
    Sorry, but I seem not to understand the theory quite well.

    you say that the universe ends when it starts and that to every second(constant).

    Why do you think this?
    There are many things in this world that we cannot and we will never be able to explain.
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