Re: Universe can't be infinite.
Posted: Tue Jan 01, 2019 6:10 pm
Nearly everything we know obeys cause and effect, except there is some debate at the quantum world. The fact that we can't measure accurately does not mean its non-deterministic IMO though. They say the quantum world is indeterminate because we can never set up an experiment (with positions and momenta of particles) to 100% accuracy so what follows is indeterminate. Does not mean nature is actually indeterminate IMO.Logik wrote: ↑Tue Jan 01, 2019 6:00 pmIf you don't buy the argument that logic and all language is a representation of existence, not existence itself - it's rather moot.devans99 wrote: ↑Tue Jan 01, 2019 5:54 pmI am not saying absence of everything has every existed in totality; there has always been something in our universe (but maybe there are null universes out there somewhere). I just saying absence of everything could co-exist with something; IE our expanding universe.
Logic is simply a human effort to describe how reality behaves.
Logic is built upon one simple pre-supposition: Reality behaves and adheres to some set of basic and universal rules.
If this pre-supposition is false then logic is useless.