There is an ongoing TV series on PBS (as are some books plus a website) called Closer to the Truth. It is facilitated by neuroscientist Robert Lawrence Conn. It was exhibited in individual meetings and board discussions with generous streams of cosmologists, physicists, rationalists, scientists, clinicians, etc. on each of the inevitable subjects, which encompass a group of three great subjects: the universe. ; knowledge the meaning. The group of three as a whole tackles Reality, Existence, Reason and Consciousness, Outsiders, Religious Philosophy with no end in sight. Here are some of my observations on one of the cross-cutting topics discussed: the universe.
Did our universe have a beginning?
Did our universe have a beginning? Well yes and negative. Obviously, the observational evidence focuses on a massive eruption event, which typically lasts 13.7 days, give or take. It was the occasion of the Big Bang in general, the beginning of our universe. In any case, as well as the beginning of the individual, there is such a wonderful concept as “the individual precedes the individual”. So there was also ‘before the Big Bang’ and besides that, that ‘before’ had a causal relationship with our universe and therefore could be considered a feature of our universe or the parent of our universe. The individual arises from the people who preceded the causal relations and the regenerated individual cannot be considered as an island without some connection with his ancestors.
What does the extended universe mean?
Before we can deduce what the growing universe really means, assuming it has any real meaning, it is necessary to determine which of the two possible states of evolution is appropriate, but I note that, at present, there is no such test. real observation that can identify the two. . . The current standard cosmological model extends to space itself, the extent of the chamber is driven by weak energy (whatever is already there), an obvious natural property of the chamber itself. Ultimately, the space and muted energy of a room are one thing, and space, being one thing, conveys worlds in a design on the back, similar to the abused relationship of paper stains stuck on the outer layer of the rising pouf. .
How big is the universe?
IMHO, the universe is limitless in size. The basic explanation is that the main infinite universe revolves around that terrible philosophical search for what is beyond the limit, regardless of whether all the special features of being a limit exist. Now I realize that people like to express that the size of the Earth is limited, and yet one can fight the good fight around and around the world for a ridiculously long time. An explorer of the Earth can assume that the Earth is infinitely long.
What is space-time?
What is space-time? Well, time is an idea, not a thing. Space is an idea, not a thing. So spacetime is an idea, not a thing. For speaking cosmologists, spacetime is a semi-adaptive film with structure and substance that somehow envelops and
It folds and the account appears in full view of the problem (and maybe the power). I ask you now, is this your normal view of time in the room as you explore existence day by day? So where is the pass? Walking is the perception that the systems themselves have a fixed cosmic structure while (most) worlds are separate from each other with spacetime transported like guardians carrying their baby to ride on a shoulder. My opinion is that universes travel through space (and time) exactly as you see yourself traveling through space (and time) when you venture through space and, obviously, through space as well. Spacetime does not move you and help you revive; You travel through space-time, or rather, through time and space.