Uhh yeah it kinda does since me moduring out the modurative "gamu" would mean my "player" would be actively trying get me to come to this conclusion. Meaning his very life is at risk for exposing the grand scheme. Now if this video game theory is to be believed Idk what would happen IF you lost your "player". I assume you would turn into a functioning idiot kinda like life's npc but you could also just INSTANTLY DIE.
What happens to the g*me when a the pieces are revieled. When there are no more moves to make save the move toward the end. When will the final play be made?!
No. The Big Bang was not an explosion IN space. It was a process that involved ALL of space. This misconception causes more confusion than any other in cosmology. Unfortunately, many students, teachers, and scientists(!) mistakenly picture the "Big Bang" as an explosion that took place at some location in space, hurtling matter outward.
In reality, ALL of space was filled with energy right from the beginning. There was no center to the expansion, and no magical point from which matter hurtled outward. The confusion arises in part because of the amazing conclusion that the OBSERVABLE portion of the universe was once packed into an incredibly tiny volume. But that primordial pellet of matter and energy was NOT surrounded by empty space… it was surrounded by more matter and energy (which today is beyond the region we can observe.) In fact, if the whole universe is infinitely large now, then it was always infinite, including during the Big Bang as well.
To put it another way, the current evidence indicates only that the early universe - the WHOLE universe - was extremely DENSE - but not necessarily extremely small. Thus the Big Bang took place everywhere in space, not at a particular point in space.
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Space is an ankh, not flat, not a negative curve or Torus like the elite want to think.