Do the laws of Physics come from Outside?

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  1. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    Sorry, but that is false and only shows incredible ignorance of reality and the theories that explain it.

    Sorry, but your religious convictions have nothing to do with explanations of reality.
     
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  3. Son Banned Banned

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    Of course there was space. It was initial space. Can you provide an explanation for why there could not have been a beginning to space? I tend to strongly disagree.
     
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  5. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    Because, space is actually defined as the distance between (2) objects. If there were only one object (Singularity) prior to the Big Bang, then there was no space.
     
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  7. Son Banned Banned

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    Is this an argument for a beginning to the universe?

    Are you saying that the universe started off in its simplest form, a point? And then dimensions and space grew from there?

    This seems to be strong support for a beginning coming from outside reality since it would imply that there exists a simplest form called nothing.
     
  8. Trippy ALEA IACTA EST Staff Member

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    Enough woo. I'm closing this thread. This is general science and technology, if you want to discuss CTMU, whatever that is, go and do it in the pseudoscience or alternative theory fora.
     
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