by Brian Koberlein | 3 September 2013 | Physics

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.briankoberlein.com/infinite-but-finite/

by Brian Koberlein | 3 September 2013 | Physics

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.briankoberlein.com/infinite-but-finite/

Okidoki. Let’s flat out Sun into the sheet of paper. We can say that this particular sheet is couple of Earts in thickness. Not to thick, for course of this mind game.

Next, we shot one photon through the sheet. We can imagine it’ll behave like regular one in spherical Sun and travel from one to another side will take thousands of years, as in our real Sun.

In this case space is not flat anymore. We can tell by the time that it must travel, cos it takes thousands of years. Now. If space is not adding but somehow it multiplying self(means grow in mass, bosons chemistry of sort) then regular, our dimensional one, is unaware of what is boiling under it’s scope. Is this strange?