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     For a while now I have been thinking on why for whatever you think of there is an opposite or a counter.  So that is what got me thinking about matter and anitmatter.  Then it all seemed to make sense.

     For this world to exist there has to be some equilibruim of good and evil, though they always will fight they have to remained balanced.  Take the four elements of the earth; fire, wind, water, and earth; they all at anytime could destroy each other and we would cease to exist as we know but they don't.  They all have a place.

So please if you have anything to say please respond.


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Good cannot exist without evil.
 


Posts: 2 | Posted: 9:34 PM on August 3, 2005 | IP
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Actually, the exact nature of matter - antimatter symmetry is one of the great unsolved problems of modern physics.

Testing Matter/Antimatter Symmetry with Antiprotons


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Pogge:” This is the volume of a sphere with a 62 kilometer (about 39 miles) radius, which is considerably smaller than the 2,000 mile radius of the Earth.”
Wikipedia:” For Earth, the mean radius is 6,371.009 km(≈3,958.761 mi; ≈3,440.069 nmi).”
Wisp to Lester (on Pogge): Do you admit he was wrong about the basics?
Lester: No

 


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For this world to exist there has to be some equilibruim of good and evil, though they always will fight they have to remained balanced.

What about before man existed to define good or evil?  These are concepts of human  morality that didn't exist before man did.
 


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For this world to exist there has to be some equilibruim of good and evil, though they always will fight they have to remained balanced.

Why is this?

Take the four elements of the earth; fire, wind, water, and earth; they all at anytime could destroy each other and we would cease to exist as we know but they don't.

Are you talking metaphorically or do you really believe that the classical elements exist?
 


Posts: 2 | Posted: 09:19 AM on August 8, 2005 | IP
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there is no good or evil in the universe, they are both ideals of human morality.  good and evil are labels for actions that are completely relative and therefore completely ambiguous.

Mathematically, there must be antimatter in the universe to balance matter.  Recently, there was an article describing a galaxy that collided with a giant black hole.  Through certain analytical observations, the galaxy was hypothesized to be almost completely made up of dark energy, a type of antimatter.

There have actually been experiments using antimatter as a fuel, and even as a type of atomic bomb.  If an antiparticle comes in contact with its opposite particle, the two collide and burst, transforming into energy (E=mc2)

the universe is always more complicated than you think.
 


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Quote from Demon38 at 01:50 AM on August 6, 2005 :
For this world to exist there has to be some equilibruim of good and evil, though they always will fight they have to remained balanced.

What about before man existed to define good or evil?  These are concepts of human  morality that didn't exist before man did.


Also, these concepts are purely subjective. There is no measurement that defines what is good/evil.



 


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