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The shape of the universe

What shape is the Universe
What shape is the Universe?

There are three possible geometries of the universe: closed, open and flat from top to bottom. The closed universe is of finite size and, due to its curvature, traveling far enough in one direction will lead back to one’s starting point. The open and flat universes are infinite and traveling in a constant direction will never lead to the same point.

Universe with positive curvature. A positively curved universe is described by elliptic geometry, and can be thought of as a three-dimensional hypersphere, or some other spherical 3-manifold (such as the Poincaré dodecahedral space), all of which are quotients of the 3-sphere.

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On the Nature of the Universe

On the Nature of the Universe

By Scott Anfield

For many years, people have sought to discover a unified field theory which explains all the phenomena in the Universe, from the smallest particles to the galaxies and even the structure of the universe itself.  The theory which I propose encompasses all of these.

This theory is concerned with the fact that all things come in threes, of which there are numerous examples (see Appendix). The whole of anything is comprised of 3 parts. All 3 of these parts have something in common, which gives the appearance of a whole. The 3 parts are divided into a ratio of 1:2, of which two are the same as each other in some respect and one is different. Herein lays the stability of this theory, as it must always be two of the same and one different because when reversed, the single part would have nothing to be the same as. However, all 3 parts are interlinking with each other. Each part has something in common with every other part and they both have a difference with the other part. For example, parts one, two and three can be shown as A, B and C respectively.

  • A and B have a common link with each other, but both different from C
  • A and C have a common link with each other, but both different from B
  • B and C have a common link with each other, but both different from A.

I have named this tri-interconnectivity

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There’s More to Nothing Than We Knew

Dr. Krauss

February 20, 2012

By DENNIS OVERBYE

  1. Dr. Krauss delineates three different kinds of nothingness. First is what may have passed muster as nothing with the ancient Greeks: empty space.
  2. Second is nothing, without even space and time.
  3. There is a deeper nothing in which even the laws of physics are absent. 

 

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Cosmic Plurality

by R. Buckminster Fuller  Environment to each must be All there is, that isn't me. Universe in turn must be All that isn't me AND ME.  Since I only see inside of me What brain imagines outside me, It seems to be you may be me. If that is so, there's only we.  Me and we, too Which love makes three, Universe Perme-embracing It-Them-You-and-We.