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Re: closed universe, flat space?
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Apr 24, 2013 1:40 PM


On Apr 24, 1:37 pm, JT <jonas.thornv...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 23 Apr, 22:06, kenseto <seto...@att.net> wrote: > > > > > > > On Apr 23, 3:23 pm, RichD <r_delaney2...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > > Supposedly, our universe is closed and finite, although the > > > geometry and topology isn't precisely known. This means > > > a straight line (geodesic) traveler must return to his starting > > > poiint, yes/no? Hence, curved space. > > > > At the same time, astronomers claim, that space is flat, to > > > the precision of their measurements. Usually, this is > > > accompanied by the comment that the universe is balanced > > > between infinite expansion, or eventual collapse, we can't > > > tell which. > > > > So, space is closed, but also flat... back in my day, they > > > had something called a logical contradiction, which was > > > considered a bad thing, but I guess times change... > > > viva progress  > > > That's the problem with current theories....it includes all > > possibilities. > > According to my theory space (structured aether called the EMatrix) > > is curved locally but flat globally. A paper on my theory is availble > > in the following link:http://www.modelmechanics.org/2011universe.pdf > > An origami created out of a flat charge filament the mother of > graphene, where charge displacement vortices creating new > subparticles, wich floating around in the filament and wrap it in best > folding style. > Once you can charge different regions of a graphene with different > polarity, you can build the most astonishing gadgets.
Space has the shape of a saddle,and it uses this to shape all there is. TreErt



