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Wayne_CowdreyIconOur home from afar25-12-2017 @ 13:18 
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http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/pal...

Makes one human's ripped anus seem of less significance.
JackRevansIcon...25-12-2017 @ 14:09 
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Quite impressive that we are visible from 3 billion of miles away. A billion is a f**k off number
Wayne_CowdreyIcon...14-01-2018 @ 20:36 
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Question for Sugdeners - do you think space goes on forever, or do you think the universe is an enclosed system?
billynomatesIcon...14-01-2018 @ 20:43 
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Wayne_Cowdrey said:Question for Sugdeners - do you think space goes on forever, or do you think the universe is an enclosed system?

I ponder this a lot. It’s probably infinite. If it was a closed system, what would be “outside” the system?
The whole thing is mind boggling.
Wayne_CowdreyIcon...14-01-2018 @ 21:08 
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I struggle to get my head around an infinite expanse. I consider empty space to be 'something' (a region that has the potential to accommodate matter). Where did that infinite 'something' come from? Has it always been there? Was it created when matter was created or was it already there and matter was created within it? I'm favouring an enclosed system. What's outside it - well,.... nothing Happy
dannyboy73Icon...15-01-2018 @ 08:08 
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Post Edited: 15.01.2018 @ 08:11 AM by dannyboy73
Its all an illusion my good man.

Also, I expect the universe is not expanding, maybe we are shrinking, my arms are. Gives the illusion of expansion.

All mass can be squeezed to a pinhead so the universe is trillions of miles wide and almost entirely made of...emptiness...that's what i find really mind blowing.

Anyhow, Im very suspicious about reality as we perceive it Wayne. I expect the universe could only be imagined...illusion.


Wayne_Cowdrey said:Question for Sugexpanded into anything...deners - do you think space goes on forever, or do you think the universe is an enclosed system?


For you :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qU8fLs4Lxc&index=4&list=RD...

Fast forward to theme tune WayneWink
Funky_monkeyIcon...15-01-2018 @ 09:28 
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Wayne_Cowdrey said:Question for Sugdeners - do you think space goes on forever, or do you think the universe is an enclosed system?


The universe is still expanding, as proven by light frequency of extra-stellar stars red-shifting. This basically means that they're getting further away. The universe is indeed expanding, but into WHAT it's shifting is something we're as close to understanding as what women want for dinner, or what's wrong when they say "nothing".

Also, I found out I've got a first edition copy of Black Holes and Baby Universes by Stephen Hawking, complete with dust jacket! If I were still in the UK, I'd go to have my book personally signed, but waiting for an e-mail back to confirm if my book will be signed. I know he does postcards.
Wayne_CowdreyIcon...15-01-2018 @ 10:13 
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Is matter travelling outwards into empty space (that was there already?), or is space itself expanding?

Come on Sugden, I want a 10+ page debate on this, culminating in a train station brawl.

Thanks for the contributions so far Happy
Wayne_CowdreyIcon...15-01-2018 @ 10:15 
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Post Edited: 15.01.2018 @ 10:15 AM by Wayne_Cowdrey
How does Stephen Hawking sign books?
Wayne_CowdreyIcon...15-01-2018 @ 10:30 
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If space itself is expanding wouldn't we, for example, be getting further away from the Sun?

I love how, through the creation of life, the universe is self pondering Happy
The_Lone_WolfIcon...15-01-2018 @ 10:49 
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Impressive how you took this photo Wayne.
Funky_monkeyIcon...15-01-2018 @ 11:03 
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Wayne_Cowdrey said:How does Stephen Hawking sign books?


With another person placing his thumb on an inkpad, then pressing it on the book. Try forging a thumprint!
dannyboy73Icon...15-01-2018 @ 11:04 
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Have to correct you there Wayne.

life evolved and was not created. If it was created who created the creator and who created the creators creator and turtles all the way down...

Sudbury station at 6pm

Wayne_Cowdrey said:If space itself is expanding wouldn't we, for example, be getting further away from the Sun?

I love how, through the creation of life, the universe is self pondering Happy


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Funky_monkeyIcon...15-01-2018 @ 11:08 
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Wayne_Cowdrey said:Is matter travelling outwards into empty space (that was there already?), or is space itself expanding?

Come on Sugden, I want a 10+ page debate on this, culminating in a train station brawl.

Thanks for the contributions so far Happy


I would presume the latter; I don't see how space that is already there can exist before a singularity expanded into said space. I would say that space itself is expanding.

The rate at which the universe is expanding is slowing down, as one would expect. Eventually, the constant that is gravity would overcome the energy required for expansion, and we would arrive at "the big crunch", where everything is once again a singularity.

Gravity will always be there, and as the gravity of an object is directly proportionate to its mass, eventually everything will amalgamate anyway, purely given enough time. This might be in 20 billion years. Time will never end.

What's to say there can't be another big bang, or there hasn't been one before?
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The_Lone_Wolf said:Impressive how you took this photo Wayne.


LOL

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