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  1. #1 Matter Information 
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    Could someone answer a very simple question please.
    What is "matter Information". Isit merely information regarding the atomic composition of matter and if so, why can it not be forever lost beyond an event horizon or anywhere else. Matter cannot be created nor destroyed. But I don't see why this should apply to information regarding it. Please help me wit this clever physicists :?


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    They don't mean information in a context separate from the essence of matter. They mean all our understanding of everything is meaningless beyond an event horizon. Physics as we know it doesn't exist, we just don't know anything about how anything behaves or acts. It's another world we can only persume and whose laws we know nothing about. But people are working on it to try and guess. Now I'll close down for repairs.


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    well, i dont know about that, but what is YOUR opinion on the big bang? could the universe come back together and big bang again? see this topic:

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/Big-b...gain-2319t.php
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    I said "No"; however, I accept the big bang (but I don't believe in it). It is hard for us to comprehend that the universe has no beginning age and has been here forever. Well in a sense though I could imagine the the thing that made the big bang was a ball of energy that was just chillin. Then the question that comes to mind is "how did the ball get there?" and an infinite amount of other questions. Now, if I say "The universe has existed forever." How can one be able to question that? The big bang is just a theory that makes it easy for us to talk about the known history of the universe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nima Rahnemoon
    I said "No"; however, I accept the big bang (but I don't believe in it). It is hard for us to comprehend that the universe has no beginning age and has been here forever. Well in a sense though I could imagine the the thing that made the big bang was a ball of energy that was just chillin. Then the question that comes to mind is "how did the ball get there?" and an infinite amount of other questions. Now, if I say "The universe has existed forever." How can one be able to question that? The big bang is just a theory that makes it easy for us to talk about the known history of the universe.
    I guess the Big Bang is just part of something else... a "bigger bang" or whatever. Sorry I don't have any basis to say that, I'm just thinking out loud I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuete
    Quote Originally Posted by Nima Rahnemoon
    I said "No"; however, I accept the big bang (but I don't believe in it). It is hard for us to comprehend that the universe has no beginning age and has been here forever. Well in a sense though I could imagine the the thing that made the big bang was a ball of energy that was just chillin. Then the question that comes to mind is "how did the ball get there?" and an infinite amount of other questions. Now, if I say "The universe has existed forever." How can one be able to question that? The big bang is just a theory that makes it easy for us to talk about the known history of the universe.
    I guess the Big Bang is just part of something else... a "bigger bang" or whatever. Sorry I don't have any basis to say that, I'm just thinking out loud I guess.

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    could the big bang just be one of many big bangs? could there have been another big bang 300 quadrilion light-years away?
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    If there was a big bang, then why did it occur? Was a bunch of nothingness just sitting around.... FOREVER? It is mind boggling to a huge extent.
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