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Re: Theos-World Re: Zero Point - Leon

Sep 07, 2009 09:46 PM
by Leon Maurer

Cass, Brian,
There's two different kinds of space. One is unconditioned zero- point absolute space or the singularity... And the other is the linear spherical metric space after expansion of the nonlinear spin momentum of the singularity... Just like there are two kinds of force, gravitational and electromagnetic... One, compressing inward, and the other expanding outward. Mass doesn't bend space, like a ball on a rubber blanket, as previously imagined -- but is actually gravitationally compressed space surrounding a singularity. So, there's no strong force pulling particles together at the nucleus of an atom, but simply, compressive gravity pushing them together.

On Sep 7, 2009, at 9/7/099:46 PM, Cass Silva wrote:

Thanks Brian - Are you referring to space within the zero point prior to expansion or that expansion creates space?


From: butchie122 <>
Sent: Tuesday, 8 September, 2009 10:53:11 AM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Zero Point - Leon

Cass, I don't know about the physics but the Stanzas would agree with your last statement except they call 'force' 'space'.

Thank space we are getting away form the God idea.


--- In theos-talk@yahoogro, Cass Silva <silva_cass@ ...> wrote:

This is in response to a poster who struggles with the idea of a godcreated universe. Am I on the right track?

Can I propose that this primeval particle was a combination of matter and energy? As matter is unable to be destroyed only changed, could this zero mass reach a point that its constitution in static equilibrium could no longer be contained and that change was the inevitable result of an inherent force acting upon itself?

This then suggests that matter and energy are in a constant state of flux (albeit over billions and billions of years) from static to energetic and that expansion and contraction are a result or an effect of changing interacting forces.

This then takes god out of the zero point and replaces god with 'force'. A force that is subject to its own laws?


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