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    Stephen Hawking Page - No Time

    We know that the Universe is still very young and expanding faster than ever. I take you back to the beginning when there was not even time. The point when something or nothing could equally exist, just as in quantum mechanics I suppose.
    Copyright Graham

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    Bit like waiting at the hospital ๐Ÿ˜Ž

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      #3
      Before time. Not sure who invented the idea of time? Funny but the idea of no time sounds wonderful. I know it would be chaos without time but it sounds strangely wonderful. Perhaps we should all have a day when we ignore the clock. Bet we still do things at the same time.
      I know each year we have this thing about putting the clocks backwards/forwards and it really confuses me. I wish we would just leave time alone ๐Ÿ˜

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        No time is hard to imagine but Stephen Hawking gave us an insight with black holes. In a black hole, there is no time. For us in the rest of the universe it appears that it will always exist. It's how the universe is, when zero and infinity are the same, in no time.
        Copyright Graham

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          #5
          So Graham, a black hole is like the NHS then, as Denise put it.
          if there is no time it explains why it takes so long for us on the outside to get anything from them, and when we are in there it seems like hours waiting to be seen
          Same principle applies once you enter an Ikea Store

          As long as thereโ€™s golf and beer Iโ€™m happy

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            #6
            O-arrgh Shaun lad, o-arrrrgh.
            (Sound of can tinking against the mast and groaning timbers)
            It can make grown men cry, drive insanity and instilll utter dejection to make men want to their life see. Yet for many, their live is saved.
            (Beckoning forward - very quietly) I heard a broken man begging for a liver transplant only to be crushed by answer. No critisism ever escapes see.
            Pass the whiskey.
            (Me banging on table - singing) 'Show me the way to go home... it's late'n I need to go to bed. Come on... join in...
            Copyright Graham

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              #7
              Shaun I agree with you about Ikea stores. Definitely like a black hole because once you get in you can't seem to get out. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

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