i used to think about that when i was in oacOriginally posted by somasociety
funny this should come up... i was just reading this article on the globe & mail homepage and was thinking of starting a thread. it's all about how the 'big bang' possibly was not as, er, 'big' as most people think it was. these smart physicist types argue that the big bang was "merely a turning point on an infinite road: an endless series of big bangs make the universe expand and an equally endless series of subsequent crunches make it contract". in essence, then, time has no beginning and in theory no end
Originally posted by Jeffsus
interval^2 = -(x^2 + y^2 + z^2 - t^s)
Originally posted by Sporty Dan
.....you actually meant to write:
interval^2 = -(x^2 + y^2 + z^2 - c^2*t^2)
.....didn;t you? DIDN:T YOU?????
......but you were probably drunk......
So I will......overlook it........this time.......