Tuesday, June 25, 2013

DOES

The universe eventually fill its own void?

8 comments:

Richard said...

I think it does/but it's something I've never really considered before.

Something along the lines of one step past nature abhors a vacuum, I suppose.

Mr Bigpants Cock (of the) Walk said...

universe-noun-a space null of void.

Mr Bigpants Cock (of the) Walk said...

what is one step past nature? I assume none of our species could know.

Mr Bigpants Cock (of the) Walk said...

unless you are actually talking about strict astronomy in which case I have no fucking clue. In which case my response is, "noble gases, my friend.."

Mr Bigpants Cock (of the) Walk said...

I'm biased though. I assume a universe contains an organism which would would conceptualize 'void' which would eliminate the possibility of a void.

Richard said...

I should have written it as-

one step past "nature abhors a vacuum", I suppose.

Nature abhorring a vacuum being and ends unto itself.

I always thought of it in terms of the universe would randomly throw something in to fill the space, as opposed to expanding itself to fill the space.

Richard said...

I didn't mean to confuse matters further with my poor punctuation

Rich said...

I really like

I assume a universe contains an organism which would would conceptualize 'void' which would eliminate the possibility of a void.