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    Default Re: The Radiius of the Universe

    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    The radius of the Universe is:

    I would never have guessed the square root of two

    Now, for the big question, what are the units?
    Check out The Relativistic Unit Circle

    (there is just thee and me, and I'm not altogether sure about thee...

    (If god exists, it is in another dimension. OTH, it may be a black hole.

    of course, it could be

    .. but what if r < 0 ?

    Or even.... (Let your mind run freely here, whatever is left of it anyway...)
    Don't forget that brain MRI appointment that you made.

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    Default Re: The Radiius of the Universe

    Of course, there may be others besides thee and me. In that case,



    But if there is just me, then

    Oh, I forgot to mention: is my relativistic rest (mass) energy

    , for , c = 1.

    I dunno for sure about thee....(Does thee claim to be an integer?
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    Default Re: The Radiius of the Universe

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    Are you assuming A and B are infinite sets? If not, what about A={a} and B={b}?
    Of course I meant infinite sets, I forgot to add it, thank you.

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    The set might not be complete if the operations are consistent (e.g., counting axioms and operations/propositions from the constructivist perspective - Frege, Russell, et. al.), and vice versa. See Goedel's Theorem
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