What did Einstein mean by space-time being interwoven?

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  1. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    Do I for one minute think this site is live ? You looney tune fuckers thinking BAN ME ERE is some sort of punishment because I won't go on RF ,

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  3. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    Unlike you I don't pretend to have revolutionized physics by stringing buzzwords together.
    In short, I prefer actual reality over being delusional.
     
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  5. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    In short as I can't be bothered type , start here . I am a physics genius but never mind my rocket science and all Richard .

    The Universe , an unspecified volume of spatial points , has always existed and always will . Formally known as space , space cannot be created or destroyed , does not age and is an immovable reference frame . Newton was correct in his absoluteness of space.
    Later in time , Einstein wrongly presented space-time as been an interwoven fabric of space and time . What Einstein really meant was that space-time energy was indistinguishable from space because of the transparent nature of spatial fields and space .
    Space , an unspecified volume of spatial points can be described R^n , real coordinate space that is n-dimensional , any given point of R^n having a uniform value of 0 , negative of energy . R^n always existing before any epoch of time could begin forming matter and history.
    Time is the beginning of recorded history , we measure time at 1.s of history per 1.s of time passed measure . Time cannot exist without some thing to time ,matter cannot exist without a R^n to exist in, therefore time cannot exist without a R^n to exist in .
    Matter is distinguishable from R^n and all matter is in a state of motion relative to R^n and can be timed. Therefore time, the recording of history , is dependent to the observer rather than being an independent entity .
    As prior mentioned , an unspecified volume of spatial points has always existed and from this uniform unspecified volume of 0 value , physics must have a functional influence in the epoch of time and matter or what we observe would be an impossibility.
    In present scientific consensus , it is believed the epoch of time began from a high dense state but this theory formally known as the big bang theory , does not explain how this high dense state was formed , a shortfall in physics .
    As previously mentioned , any epoch of time requires a pre-existing R^n to be formed in and too occupy , space cannot be created or destroyed . Before the Big Bang and/or any event , the physics are simply that the space had to pre-exist event or the event could not occur.
    It is physical factual that for relative motion to occur , that motion has to have sufficient space to allow the displacement of the matter in motion . A Big Bangs motion of expansion could not occur without free space to expand into , without doubt , space is absolute.
     
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  7. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Wow, you didn't even get that right.

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    I would venture that this is just Nick H (who has posted under "Lepton" and a thousand other names) doing a better job of disguising himself than usual. But harbor a degree of doubt, due to the personality of this stealthier(?) approach arguably exacerbating the speediness of a ban, even compared to the more upfront style in the past of getting immediately to his favorite subjects.
     
  9. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    Oh yeah I did , maybe you don't buy it but the point was correct so I am not hanging about any more on the subject .
     
  10. geordief Valued Senior Member

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    Chuiz hors de là.

    Let's hope

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  11. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    Good bye , not got time for you immaturity and games . Rather spend my time dying in silence , telling you no more .
     
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    Bye bye Theorist.

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  13. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    I presume Richard is Cockney rhyming slang.

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  14. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    My 2 cents worth

    First it seems like scientists agree the Universe began as a hot dense mass

    Second it appears to have been unstable

    Third have not heard anything mentioned about what surrounded this hot dense mass

    From observations made energy flows from hot to cold (yes yes you can make energy go cold to hot IF you input the hot into the cold region)

    So taking a unstable hot dense mass surrounded by ? essential ? nothing it would not take much to trigger a chain reaction, say fluctuation within the mass to zig instead of zag, for the ? gravity ? bonds of the mass to be broken causing the rapid expansion

    The cooling which followed lead to the formation of particles and all which followed

    Since it appears nothing is present to slow the Universe expansion my thoughts are it will continue to do so until it reverts back into being energy fluctuations

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  15. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    Pretty sure he was just calling me a dick for calling him out, but I must admit I don't know every nuance of Cockney slang.
    I'm more familiar with Terry Pratchett's Discworld version of it.

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    Maybe banned member Mohat
    Compare above with banned member Mohat below:
    From locked thread here:
    http://www.sciforums.com/threads/be...volume-of-spatial-points.164174/#post-3669252
     
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    Richard the Third = turd.

    Spike Milligan, in his account of being a gunner in N Africa, in WW2, describes an incident in which the latrines overflowed after a storm: "There were richards floating everywhere".
     
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    Nah, we don't think we are smart, we just think you are stupid, really stupid.
     
  20. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    You seem to have your head screwed on pal and are willing to discuss and think rather than childish attacks on myself .

    The high density state of the early formation of matter was surrounded by space and gravitational transitional force from this space . All high energies are attracted to gravitational transition space because as you put , hot to cold !
     
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    Well I am smarter than you bro , can't believe you have fell into the pack when we was talking fine . How can you let others influence you bro ?

    Tell me why do you think space is expanding rather than just a metric measure expansion ?

    I will answer for you , because the big bang says so and you dare not disagree in fear of ridicule .
     
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    They do not .Noone knows how the Universe began.

    Yes it agreed to have been a hot dense mass at one stage .....until it became populaced by boorish cretins(not referring to you Michael)

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  23. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    The Universe is all of space and the matter that occupies space . The visual Universe is an observable region of space relative to visual matter and the observer .

    Space cannot be created or destroyed pal , the question is how does matter form !
     
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