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Re: Space

Sep 29, 1999 07:30 PM
by Hazarapet

In a message dated 9/29/99 4:41:07 PM Central Daylight Time, writes:

> The equation space=infinite is diametrically
>  opposed to Einstein's Theory of Relativity,
>  which is admittedly still a theory albeit a
>  fairly universally accepted one.
>  According to Relativity, space, time, and
>  matter (form) all come into existence together
>  and are meaningless as separate things. Time
>  goes faster near dense matter and matter bends
>  space (and light) around.  Space, as understood
>  in modern science is not infinite (it was with
>  the old steady state theory, but not with the
>  commonly accepted Big Bang theory). Our
>  universe is not infinite, but spherical and
>  expanding outward like a blown-up balloon.
As recently retired physicist, I never have heard
such half-cooked gobblely-gook mental mush.

Sorry, I am mild-mannered and in good humor
about most things, but misrepresentation of
physics sets me off because there is so much of it.

Grigor Ananikian

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