
Re: ActionReaction: The Cosmological Constant
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Nov 1, 2011 8:01 PM


On 11/1/2011 6:05 PM, jdawe wrote: > On Nov 2, 8:54 am, jdawe<mrjd...@gmail.com> wrote: >> On Nov 2, 8:12 am, jdawe<mrjd...@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >>> The Cosmological Constant is ZERO. >> >>> What is zero? It is NOTHING!!! >> >>> How do we describe NOTHING???? >> >>> Well, that's easy, nothing is: >> >>> LINEAR, ZERO DIMENSIONAL, CONTINUOUS, INSTANTANEOUS, INFINITE, >>> FREEFALL. >> >>> All these things are defined with a ZERO!!! >> >>> We base everything relative to these things. >> >>> In other words, >> >>> We base everything relative to ZERO!!! >> >>> ZERO is the COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT. >> >>>  >> >>> Josh. >> >> EVERYTHING else is variable!! >> >> How do we describe EVERYTHING??? >> >> Well, that's easy, everything is: >> >> CURVATURE, DIMENSIONAL, DISCRETE, GRADUAL, FINITE, ( what's the >> opposite word for freefall??) >> >> All these things take on a nonzero value. >> >> Thus they are all relative to 0 which is absolute. >> >> Regards, >> >> Josh. > > Here's some more ways to describe nothing and everything: > > MacrocosmicMicrocosmic > > UniMulti > > DarkBright > > SilentLoud > > ColdHot > >  > > ZERO  NONZERO > > ABSOLUTE  RELATIVE > >  > > NOTHING  EVERYTHING > > Josh.
You left out One. Zero = Zero. One is infinitely more/larger/greater than Zero. DEAD  ALIVE The mortician is infinitely more alive than the corpse he attends. (( {:>\

