The universe has always existed. 'proposal thread'

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  1. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    The universe is not only our present state of natural laws, it is also the nothing where it resides. That means there might be many universes with different properties. The nothing always existed, which makes sense.
     
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  3. draqon Banned Banned

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    Yeah that basically makes perfect sense.

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  5. Diode-Man Awesome User Title Registered Senior Member

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    Well, the universe is composed of electrons protons and neutrons, as you know, and also as you know, each atom has an electric charge which moving around the nucleus, at a frequency that is so high it cannot truly be comprehended, these charges are ALWAYS moving... I believe this is the Zero Point Energy flux which keeps balance... so if a theoretical device puts out more energy than is put into it what is actually happening is that the Universes "electrical osmosis" system is supplying the extra energy. On the other hand, "free energy devices" is a crazy subject which, if it were true at all, the oil companies would slam down on such a bankrupting idea, which leads to conspiracy theories and thats just a mucky non-scientific subject... But we do know for sure, that the universe is a free energy machine itself.... perhaps we merely have not fully discovered the advanced technology to harness it....

    LOL I HATE the never ending stories movies, lets keep that shit out of this! hahaha
     
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  7. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Members are asked to read the rules of the Formal Debates forum.

    This thread seems to be debating the topic, but in an informal way. Such discussions are best carried out in other subforums.

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