Vannak
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CuAnnan
Suicidesoldier#1
Give me like, 30 years.
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So you have
no scientific proof for
any of this?
Like I said, it will be officially created and discovered and whatnot in the 2030's or so.
But all of it is theoretically scientifically possible.
xp I think what she's getting at is where, besides your a**, did you pull the 2030s out of? And how do you know it'll ever be confirmed that's the way things are, anyways? How do you know these things are even real?
You can never confirm it's actually real, it's only a guess. Obviously, we can never truly interact with this stuff. But the thermodynamic collapse of the universe has to be caused by something. As the universe gets "colder" the energy density of the universe will go down; with negative matter, and therefore negative energy, this means every attribute will be exemplified I.E. negative matter will be moving faster.
You would think the universe was shrinking. Matter bends space, and as a result, things like black holes and suns should in theory be pulling everything together slightly; but it's not. Negative matter on the other hand would have negative gravity. As it expands, and the energy density becomes less, so to speak, we're going to see an opposite effect, space expansion. Due the exponential fact that you can basically lose as much energy as you want, the effects of negative matter will be exponentially stronger than matter which has limits, and negative matter which can travel infinitely fast and have a near infinite amount of negative energy. Hence this "anti-gravity", or dark gravity effect is being produced by some kind of invisible force; but it's not a force, it's mass. Negative mass, which is causing space to expand more rapidly then it's contracting. Due to the inherent exponential "power" so to speak of negative matter compared to normal matter and it's near opposite effects, the universe will continue expanding while the negative gravity, or anti-gravity doesn't change density, so to speak. It's true, we can never come in contact with this stuff, but we can measure it's gravitational effect, on the "neutral" constraints of space time (which isn't negative or positive, it's more like 0) which indeed seems to permeate the universe. Negative matter should just be a bunch of particles flying around, since it wouldn't clump together like regular mass, so we likely won't see negative creatures or planets or anything, just a bunch of space dust.
Also I'm from the future.
ninja
You're right, in that spatial expansion could be being caused by some unknown phenomena, but obviously I got here from an Einstein rosen bridge, so something like it must exist.
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