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  • robert charlton

    time and space are very complicated, take for example, that we can travel at the speed of light and there are twins, that are astronaughts, 1 of them stays on earth and the other goes on a trip to jupiter at the speed of light, when he comes back, the twin that stayed on earth would be older than the twin that went to jupiter.

  • Steve Openshaw

    I am an atheist, but listening to how convoluted all these different creation theories are, it makes me think that it may well just be simpler to buy that some old dude with a beard did it.

  • Chris Howe

    Was there a video that tackled the idea of Tachyons during expansion?
    My best guess. No.
    The density of the universe at the Singularity would create a difference in 'c' similar to what we see around a black hole. However, relativity brings us to a screeching halt there since it's from our perspective that 'c' is changing at all.
    Would this all come together to indicate that a sationary observer during expansion would in-fact have witnessed tachyon-level information transmission? Wouldn't this also mean that 'c' is relative to the observer and thus tachyons would be possible only from a certain perspective?

    Example: 2 starships travel conventionally at 0.75c towards eachother. The observer on starship a would witness starship b approaching at >c. viola! Tachyons??? This would also mean a new c is in order where 2c is "true" constant???

  • Daniel Baenziger

    I think Carl would have really enjoyed these videos.

    Many thanks to Matt and his team for taking part of his mantle. Cheers.

  • 420drwilldo

    If your really think about it what is time but the observation of the Decay rate of the universe so of theyer is nothing to decay then there is nothing to observe decaying

  • Alex Bordon

    I have a new gravity, time and consciousness theory that connects quantum mechanics, black holes, dark energy and gravity with existence and a universal balance, what should I do?

  • Stefano Portoghesi

    How do we know that the Universe began 13.8 billions years ago ? Surely that measurement of earthly "Time" may be valid for our human sphere of reality only but what about universal "Time" , one individual's past event in "time" may be another individual' future event in "time" .

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