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    Default The Radiius of the Universe

    Let be the action (energy) of an incoming photon from across the universe.

    (tried to delete this post since I wanted to get back to watching WW2 on YouTube.. For some reason, I couldn't.

    Enjoy!

    (Although if anyone has any questions, you might want to check out

    The Relativistic Unit Circle

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    The radius of the Universe is:



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    Sounds right to me. WW2 flick on youtube sounds more interesting. Half the diameter of infinate, just a bunch of bad calculations to follow.

    Maybe Emp can help out?? He might be the expert on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Sounds right to me. WW2 flick on youtube sounds more interesting. Half the diameter of infinate, just a bunch of bad calculations to follow.

    Maybe Emp can help out?? He might be the expert on this.
    My expertise is in mathematics, which Malaria hates

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    Default Re: The Radiius of the Universe

    Uhhh huh. Did you tell Ollie yet. Or can you answer the question. Half of infinate equals what number again?

    Dont go and get mad �� just go.

    Do u believe infinate can have a radius or diameter??

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    Default Re: The Radiius of the Universe

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Do u believe infinate can have a radius or diameter??
    You should address questions like these to the person who made the claim, not to random other posters on the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    You should address questions like these to the person who made the claim, not to random other posters on the forum.
    I agree but you guys said many thing and let Ollie dodge the question. Plus im still waiting for an answer, from Ollie. I am trying Mod. If you both chat rude things to me, I will be angry. You reap what you deserve right?

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    Default Re: The Radiius of the Universe

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    I agree but you guys said many thing and let Ollie dodge the question. Plus im still waiting for an answer, from Ollie. I am trying Mod. If you both chat rude things to me, I will be angry. You reap what you deserve right?
    You sure have it in for Ollie... he has "different" ideas, you know...
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    Default Re: The Radiius of the Universe

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Uhhh huh. Did you tell Ollie yet. Or can you answer the question. Half of infinate equals what number again?

    Dont go and get mad �� just go.

    Do u believe infinate can have a radius or diameter??
    "Half of infinite" is first of a non-sense phrase unless treated rigorously and defined well. One has to be very careful

    We do however have that

    and


    it is fairly easy to prove that if , and then

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    Quote Originally Posted by emperorzelos View Post
    "Half of infinite" is first of a non-sense phrase unless treated rigorously and defined well. One has to be very careful

    We do however have that

    and
    it is fairly easy to prove that if , and then
    Are you assuming A and B are infinite sets? If not, what about A={a} and B={b}?

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    Default Re: The Radiius of the Universe

    The radius of the Universe is:



    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...)
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