If you were able to look at the Universe from the outside then, you will see the sphere in which...
the Universe is within and if you could walk on the sphere then, you will know that the point of departure is the point of arrival, can science and Philosophy explain this?
yes and no, because of the infinite nature of the universe and our terrestial knowledge base it would then be up to the reader to descern the possibilities. And in doing so, the presenter would then need adequate facts to posit that idea or position as actual.
by Eric Newland 6 years ago
...there would be no gravity.My reasoning comes from the Shell Theorem:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shell_theoremSimply put, a spherical shell exerts no net gravitational force on objects inside it. Likewise, there will be no net gravitational force on a point at the very center of a solid...
by Merlin Fraser 8 years ago
I suppose it was an inevitable reaction to Stephen Hawking’s new Book ‘The Grand Design’ where he concluded that There is no place for God in theories on the creation of the Universe.To me, it is equally inevitable that the media would immediately zero in on this concluding fact rather than...
by Sid Kemp 5 years ago
If a spinning sphere is rotated, does the axis of rotation change?This is a question in physics, specifically, rotational dynamics, not a puzzle. A sphere is rotating freely in space. There are no external forces involved, and no electromagnetism. Initially, point A is the north rotational pole,...
by Haseena 5 years ago
If you could have One special power what would it be..?
by dutchman1951 7 years ago
Here is an Interesting Article i found, that makes the exhistance of God a possibility, buy looking at science.The Article:Cosmic FingerprintsAsking “Where did God come from” is a lot like reading a John Grisham novel and saying “This book has lawyers and judges and secretaries, but what page...
by My Esoteric 5 weeks ago
Since the 1980s (I remember them well) environmental scientists have been predicting global devastation if the world does nothing to prevent the rise in global temperature. Why then? Because enough time had elapsed since the beginning of the industrial revolution for the damage it began...
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