Thursday, June 22, 2006
As Above So Below (Equilibrium Equals Gridlock)
Let me begin this by saying that gridlock is a wonderful thing. I really do miss it but not enough to vote for it. By the time I'm done you'll understand why. First let's take a look at our universe as some of us understand it. I’ll of course look to Stephen Hawking's view of the universe as he explains the nature of matter and antimatter and what it means to all of us; "It is said that there's no such thing as a free lunch. But the universe is the ultimate free lunch."
He is discussing quantum theory when he makes this claim, referring to the view that matter is made up of positive energy and antimatter is made up of negative energy. These are both made at the same time, because through the creation of one the opposite also comes into existence. The two of them can't be allowed to touch each other because they will cease to exist. (Politicians need to remember this critical fact by the way.)
One might be inclined to wonder how all of these things can be created out of nothing. The answer is rather simple and obvious. What do you get when you add them together? You get a great big zero. He says "Now twice zero is also zero. Thus the universe can double the amount of positive matter and also double the negative gravitational energy without violation of the conservation of energy." This may well be the reason why there is an almost limitless abundance of ideology added to the level of political stupidity on both sides of the spectrum that still adds up to nothing. Regarding gravity he also said that two pieces of matter that are close together have less energy than two pieces that are far apart. (Clearly another universal warning against correcting gridlock.)..............................
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