Subject: Is the universe still a singularity?
Date: Sun Nov 12 14:04:07 2000
Posted by Draco
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Deutsche Schule Kapstadt
City: Cape Town State/Province: Western Cape
Country: South Africa
Area of science: Astronomy
As for a photon travelling from A to B, no time passes by, it is in A and
B at the same time. As the distance between A and B is zero from the
photon point of view, A = B. Thus for photons the universe must be a
singularity in spacetime! Does that have any implementations for us? e.g.
the slower you move, the bigger the universe - well it's at least right
for a long walk. ???
Re: Is the universe still a singularity?
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