Sunday, November 28, 2010

Physical Laws In Distant Places

Astronomers looked deep into space to discover the laws of nature far away and long ago. They concluded that the laws of nature are nearly the same almost everywhere. That was about 35 years ago. Since then science has been struggling to explain how it can happen.

How can the physical laws be the same in distant places separated by nothing but empty space? It leads to conclusions that all of the physical laws are contained in the vacuum of space, because the vacuum is the only thing that goes everywhere. All of the physical laws emerge from the vacuum.

With so many things to keep track of, the vacuum can be thought of as a data base that is partitioned. Each type of physical law is assigned storage locations and resources to use in operations.

This path leads to the new theory of Vacuum Partition.

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