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SgtTeamKill

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#1 14 years ago

Ok guys dig this,the only possible solution to the exsistence of the first thing ever,and I mean EVER,is that it poofed out of nowhere. But, where did that nowhere come from? And what decided to make it poof? And by first thing ever I dont mean like the first thing god created,I mean the first thing ever brought into exsistence. Kinda weird if you ask me.




Tas

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#2 14 years ago

This sort of thinking only leads to headaches and confusion.

I have NO idea, and i doubt anyone ever will. :S




Biggus Dickus Advanced Member

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#3 14 years ago

It's the only solution we can think about, but this not means it's the solution. If there was a question which exceeds us, and will exceed us for a very long time, it's this one.




Fez Boy

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#4 14 years ago

The nothing came from nowhere, because it's nothing. The poof had to happen, eventually. Eternity is a long time, and it's a clear law of probability that if the time happening is infinite, then the thing that happen within that time will be infinite. Or, to put it another way, if you have eternity, everything will happen. Including a universe poofing into existence from nowhere.




Biggus Dickus Advanced Member

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#5 14 years ago
Fez Boyand it's a clear law of probability that if the time happening is infinite

Time can't be infinite, because if it was, it would be the eternity itself. The time has started, so it will end.




Psychokenesis

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#6 14 years ago

Time is infinite... It's begining has little to do with it's continuity. The phrase space/time shows that as long as the universe continues to expand then so will time.

recently in science digest it shows that there is substanital proof the the universe will go on forever...inherently that means time too.




Biggus Dickus Advanced Member

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#7 14 years ago
Saquist The phrase space/time shows that as long as the universe continues to expand then so will time.

The universe is not infinite. It has limits, even if it's expanding. Same thing for the time.




wee_menphis

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#8 14 years ago

There a was an episode about the creation of the universe on Horizon. Something about particles in Sub-Space coliding.

It's very complex and I forgot the details about it. :p




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#9 14 years ago

Why does everyone always think there has to be a beginning and there has to be an end?

Is it because on Earth there is? Maybe it's different out there? think about it.




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#10 14 years ago
Al CaponeWhy does everyone always think there has to be a beginning and there has to be an end?

Since the time is not infinite, there is a start and an end. Simple. Don't worry, you won't see the end of time soon.