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(03-10-2013 12:25 PM)Danny Boy Wrote:  But isn't the universe expanding exponentially faster rather than slowing down :O?

Yes. And I think the universe expanding will never slow down.

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(03-10-2013 12:31 PM)No Author Wrote:  
(03-10-2013 12:25 PM)Danny Boy Wrote:  But isn't the universe expanding exponentially faster rather than slowing down :O?

Yes. And I think the universe expanding will never slow down.

I think it's similar to a bouncing ball.
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(03-10-2013 03:23 PM)failedALIAS Wrote:  
(03-10-2013 12:31 PM)No Author Wrote:  
(03-10-2013 12:25 PM)Danny Boy Wrote:  But isn't the universe expanding exponentially faster rather than slowing down :O?

Yes. And I think the universe expanding will never slow down.

I think it's similar to a bouncing ball.

But the thing is. Dark Energy's repelling force is much greater than gravity's attractive one, and Dark Energy is in fact becoming stronger over time. So a "bouncing ball" scenario is impossible. Unless of course Dark Energy starts to become weaker all of a sudden for some yet undiscovered reason. Which it hasn't
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(03-10-2013 04:40 PM)Danny Boy Wrote:  But the thing is. Dark Energy's repelling force is much greater than gravity's attractive one, and Dark Energy is in fact becoming stronger over time. So a "bouncing ball" scenario is impossible. Unless of course Dark Energy starts to become weaker all of a sudden for some yet undiscovered reason. Which it hasn't

Actually if one accepts the proven notion, that the ball wants to score with the sky so it'll give the ball a blowjob, but the ball has some need for stability, and is engaged to the ground, then the science becomes understandable. Due to this, the ball will always return to the ground, until, eventually--after years of aging-- the ball will stay with the ground, and die.

Dark Energy is nothing more than STDs.
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(03-09-2013 02:20 AM)failedALIAS Wrote:  Let me explain why this is:

Time is essentially Relative. Given this factor, we may accurately hypothesize that down here, with our marriages and women, time seems to slow down. This is due to the relativity I mentioned, how time slows down when one is struggling through excruciating torment.
On the other hand; in space, everything is fucking awesome. This makes time speed up, and our time slow down even more, as we see how great of a time the satellites are having, while we, in our enslavement, mow the lawn and attend bookclub meetings.

Hahah! Great explanation Big Grin

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(03-11-2013 03:14 PM)Leon Kennedy Wrote:  Hahah! Great explanation Big Grin

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Time you say?




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Very interesting video Smile


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In the theory of quantum mechanics. Events on the present/future can alter the past.
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