Ultimate fate of the electric universe

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Ultimate fate of the electric universe

Unread postby 3circl » Thu May 17, 2018 6:53 am

The two assumptions regarding the origin of the (electric) universe is that it has either existed forever or came into being one way or another. The question of an eternal universe led me to this question; would a universe where matter is being constantly created and undying stars constantly coming into formation not eventually leave us with absolutely zero empty space to go around? In an eternal universe, this would by all means have already happened, and in a universe with a beginning, it would only be a matter of time. Considering a finite universe, would matter creation also not leave us with energy eventually being spread too thin as energy cannot be created? Have I completely misunderstood plasma cosmology or is this something new to ponder about? Another not exactly "ultimate fate" of an eternal universe is that it would effectively force all possible volumes to repeat an infinite amount of times, same with a universe infinite in space which also seems to be a rather popular idea around the PC community, although then all volumes would repeat infinitely in space rather than in time. This is known as a "Level 1 Multiverse", not exactly related but something to think about regarding the proposition that a universe given infinite time would eventually be left with no more unique volumes and would have to sample previous ones.
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Re: Ultimate fate of the electric universe

Unread postby Cargo » Thu May 17, 2018 8:55 pm

Infinite is not a real thing, and neither is Zero for that matter. Therefore questions about a beginning or end, like what came before One after Everything, are simple theoretically bar puzzles that don't' deal with reality.

I think you may have completely misunderstood something. Yes.
interstellar filaments conducted electricity having currents as high as 10 thousand billion amperes
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Re: Ultimate fate of the electric universe

Unread postby rickard » Fri May 18, 2018 1:59 pm

3circl wrote:The two assumptions regarding the origin of the (electric) universe is that it has either existed forever or came into being one way or another. The question of an eternal universe led me to this question; would a universe where matter is being constantly created and undying stars constantly coming into formation not eventually leave us with absolutely zero empty space to go around? In an eternal universe, this would by all means have already happened, and in a universe with a beginning, it would only be a matter of time. Considering a finite universe, would matter creation also not leave us with energy eventually being spread too thin as energy cannot be created? Have I completely misunderstood plasma cosmology or is this something new to ponder about? Another not exactly "ultimate fate" of an eternal universe is that it would effectively force all possible volumes to repeat an infinite amount of times, same with a universe infinite in space which also seems to be a rather popular idea around the PC community, although then all volumes would repeat infinitely in space rather than in time. This is known as a "Level 1 Multiverse", not exactly related but something to think about regarding the proposition that a universe given infinite time woul. d eventually be left with no more unique volumes and would have to sample previous ones.

My answer is that the universe is eternal, and so is the process of creation. But to understand the formation of the universe one have to be open for the possibility that the physical world is not the only "thing" that exist. According to EU theory stars, quasars and galaxies are created in electromagnetic plasma concentrations like pearls on a string in nebulas ......
But from where come the glowing "matter" in plasma state, that is the first apperence of the matter that eventually become new stars and planets ? One have to consider that matter has a fourth state, (not plasma) a state that is "radiated" and of so subtle natur that it is invisible. From this invisible state of matter new matter in form of plasma is created and is seen materialize in the space.
The eternal universe is constantly recycling all matter .... matter is born, and after millions of years desintegrated .... but life continue to manifest itself in eternity
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