Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Two Invariable Laws

OK so I left you hanging with the last post. I know I have been talking a great deal about the three forces, and have promised to follow them down the waterfall of creation to explicate the numerical formula of hydrogens that Gurdjieff has left us. But today I want to talk about two laws that are absolute boundaries so far as reality goes, and upon which ancient wisdom and modern physics agree.

First, I have already talked about the speed of light being invariable and objective. As close as we might be able to get to the speed of light we can never reach it, and for exactly the same reasons, anything traveling faster than the speed of light (we haven't actually found anything doing that but it's theoretical name would be a tachyon) could never slow down to the actual speed of light and would have some other strange properties, such as gaining energy would slow it down and losing energy would speed it up, and it would travel backwards in time although, not in our universe, which is sub luminary in speed, but in a mirror universe containing only things that travel faster than light.

The other law which is invariable and objective is absolute 0°K. Anything reaching 0°K would not move, because it would have no energy whatsoever in it. Even in the vacuum of space there is no place where the temperature is nothing, and the entire universe is full of background radiation which has cooled to within 2.725 K of absolutely nothing, but can never cool to nothing or nothing would exist or move, and everything in the universe is moving, and movement requires energy, and energy = temperature. In fact it is theoretically postulated that even if we were able to create a vacuum and reduce its temperature to zero, or no degrees Kelvin, that vacuum would contain infinite potential and something called quantum jiggle, which might be described as the infinite potential trying to boil.

This is to say nothing of the fact that if some physicists were able to create a small place that they thought was a pure vacuum with a temperature of 0° Kelvin, that little hole of vacuum would move through space due to the rotation of the earth and the movement of the solar system in orbiting the galaxy, and the galaxy moving whatever way it moves, so that their little impressive experiment would only be impressive to us -- not to mother nature, even if she deigned to allow us to think we had arrived at creating nothing. Because, in fact, if anywhere in the universe reached a vacuum of absolute nothing, the whole creation would disappear. Talk about a black hole!

Now what if we were able to reach absolute zero. In our rational number series we can put zero in the middle and have positive numbers on one side and negative numbers on the other, like this:

-10, -9, -8, -7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ,9 ,10

If we were able to reach absolute zero Kelvin why couldn't we get even a lower temperature? Physicists, especially physicists who like the fantasy of time travel and churn out book after book about breaking the speed of light barrier and "time" travel (mostly through distortions of spacetime so as to provide loopholes and wormholes), don't seem to talk about breaking the temperature barrier of zero Kelvin to go lower. I wonder why not? Don't you?

Well really, that's all I wanted to say today. If there is a God or Almighty Creator, he needs to have some kind of objective laws embedded in reality, or else he would be a schizophrenic.

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