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Universal laws

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 37yrs • M •
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Universal laws
Are there universal laws or a universal law.

I've sat and pondered. This is the only law, which I believe is universal:

'The law of change'

Nothing stays completely the same and the whole is always different to the sum of its parts.

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 31yrs • M
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gravity. thats universal.

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"Why cry for those that often cry? Instead, help them smile, and smile for those that smile."
 37yrs • M •
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Do you think so?

What happened before the big bang?

What was there then?

What will there be?

http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/cosmo_constant.html

A law is not a law if it only works sometimes

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 31yrs • M
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not the froce its self, but that it always apllies to any sum of mass what so ever. thats why electrons revolve around nuetrons and protons

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"Why cry for those that often cry? Instead, help them smile, and smile for those that smile."
 37yrs • M •
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And why do you assume mass always existed and will comtinue to exist?

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 31yrs • M
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i just do. you cannot every fully detstroy any thing. cramers law. is that universal? i beleive so. being an uneducated 17 year old, i can not give you a reason why i beleive it. i just do.

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"Why cry for those that often cry? Instead, help them smile, and smile for those that smile."
 37yrs • M •
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Entropy...all ends up just as heat. An idea?

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 31yrs • M
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does that heat have molecuels? an actuall qeustion.

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"Why cry for those that often cry? Instead, help them smile, and smile for those that smile."
 37yrs • M •
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If you really want to get puzzled then if there are infinite possibilities is one of the possibilities infinity impossibility?

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 31yrs • M
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of course. no offense, but back on track please.

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"Why cry for those that often cry? Instead, help them smile, and smile for those that smile."
 37yrs • M •
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Yes. You are right. This is helping trying to prove something within the realms of what you think exists.

Another Einstein quote:

'I think that a particle must have a separate reality independent of the measurements. That is an electron has spin, location and so forth even when it is not being measured. I like to think that the moon is there even if I am not looking at it.'

The keyword here is thought.

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 31yrs • M
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go on.

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"Why cry for those that often cry? Instead, help them smile, and smile for those that smile."
 31yrs • M •
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"Life is such sweet sorrow."
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 37yrs • M •
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Yes, the word universal is an unfortunate word for it tends to conjur up images of the universe being material and infinite. Rather than loog at the large here; if you delve into precision what makes time flow? what makes the individual events which we record onto paper or film in reality be not definitie precise moments but actually very small flows or processes? My point is that in everything there are lines that join the dots, weaves that are ever so tiny but without would not make for a layout. Whewn or if there is no law of gravity the universe as we know it would end but does that mean all would end? At a cosmic singularity if all mass is infinite squashed then does gravity actually exist for, by definition, all the mass is concentrated and thus there are not two bodies but one body, which is infinitely small.

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 33yrs • M •
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we have the fortune/misfortune of beign affected by gravity however the existance in other galaxies do not. there is no answers in gravity if you ask me.

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