[extropy-chat] Continued Energy for the Infinite Future
austriaaugust at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 30 22:23:30 UTC 2007
I stole this snippet directly from the Wiki page on
Conservation of Energy. It gives me a glimmer of hope
that we'll eventually find a way around the problem.
"One of the biggest problems with conservation of
energy is that nothing in the universe is isolated
except for possibly the universe itself. So the
conservation law would have to be extended to say
total energy in the universe is conserved, or rejected
The reason I have hope is that I believe that it is
beyond dispute that the Universe did "create"
energy/mass when it was born (okay, maybe not totally
beyond dispute ;-) ). Even if this is an offspring
Universe, some Universe either had to be first or
concurrent. But, maybe not.
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