Re: to cold?
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Subject: Re: to cold?
Date: 12/10/2004 6:36:18 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: to cold? posted by
In a way we have reached absolute zero, with super conducting materials that dont require the temperture to be quit that cold. But still you get absolute zero effects of no resistance to the flow of electrons. These are used in partical accelerators & colliders, in the electromagnets that control the particals. Also the effect works with just magnets only to & super conducting materials. This could be one way to make a perpetual motion machine.
Another is to draw energy from a vacuum, if science has it right it could be done.
Space or a vacuum is stronger then gravity & the galaxies that are not gravity bound to each other are picking up speed since the big bang. The galaxies that are bound are still picking up speed from all the other unbound ones only they do it as a group.
This is all current theory & I dont like it myself as I believe it can be explained in other ways.
My idea is that the universe is actually older then the scientest believe.
Something to do with the way galaxies are formed & the close placement of all the stars to the super massive black hole in the galactic center & may be all the black holes a galaxy can hold. Which would slow down the ageing process of all the stars. So instead of being 13.2 billion years old they could really be 15 to 25 giga years old. If this was true then a vacumm would again contain no energy. BTW my idea does not explain everything & its much more complex then my simple example here. I am leaving out flat space & missing matter & energy.
And yes I am a SiFi nut to.
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