10 Interesting Mysteries of the Universe

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The Universe… The incredible difference in scale between the tiny world we live in every day and the vastness of all time and space begs the question of whether we will ever be able to grasp the fullness of the cosmos. But that doesn’t stop us from trying. In fact, contemplating the great unknowns must be one of the oldest hobbies in human experience. The pursuit has given rise first to religion, then to philosophy, then to people who make fun of religion and philosophy.

We may never understand the entire universe, but we can sure appreciate the fact that it’s so complex that it eludes us.

10. Extraterrestrial Intelligence

This is really a simple mystery. Is there other intelligent life out there in the universe? Carl Sagan reminds us that if we exist, then, no matter how rare intelligence is in the universe, given how huge the universe is, we must have many neighbors out there somewhere. Frank Drake, an astrophysicist, created an equation that helps figure out how much intelligent life there is in the universe, and estimated that if only one in a billion planets has intelligent life, then there must still be over 6 billion planets with intelligence on them. Enrico Fermi, however, pointed out that if life is that common, then it is virtually impossible that we haven’t yet detected any signs of other intelligent life in the universe. So, the real mystery is this: what is it about Earth that makes no one want to play with us?

9. The Tunguska Explosion

On the 30th of June, 1908 (or the 17th, at the time; the calendar has been revamped since then), at 7:17 am (local time), something exploded over a region of forest in the Tunguska River Valley in Siberia, Russia. Locals many miles away saw something bright blue streak toward the area and explode with incredible force, sufficient to register on instruments in England. Later examination of the site showed that trees had been knocked down in a radial pattern from a central point, indicating an air burst of some kind. To this day, scientists aren’t sure what it was, and generally figure that it was a meteor or a fragment of a comet. Why did it explode in the air? Why haven’t we found any pieces? The mystery has kept UFO aficionados up at nights since then.

8. Rare Antimatter

Matter and antimatter are, in theory, created at the same time by the same event. When a normal baryonic particle is created, an antiparticle of the same mass and opposite charge is also created. However, while we have created antimatter in laboratories on Earth, we don’t see it in the universe around us. No one seems to know what happened to all the antimatter that should be there…

7. Consciousness

What is the mind? Behaviorists say that it is just conditioned responses. But it’s hard to deny that our ability to reflect on our own thoughts is something distinct and interesting. Is it a mere side-effect of the way our brains work? If so, how long will it be before a computer becomes self-aware and asks for equal rights? How can you tell true consciousness from something designed to simulate it? Can consciousness survive the death of the brain that carries it? There are a lot of questions, but until we can have an equal conversation with either a robot or a ghost, there really won’t be any answers.

6. Dark Matter / Dark Energy

Current models of the universe, and observations made by high-tech instruments, point to there being an enormous amount of matter in the universe beyond what we can actually see. In fact, we can only seem to perceive about 4% of the stuff in the universe directly. The rest is invisible, or “dark matter,” a term that just means that we have no idea what it is. Accompanying this dark matter is some type of energy that, like dark matter, we can’t perceive directly. We call this, in a moment of inspiration, “dark energy.” Apparently, there’s even more of this than there is dark matter. Different theories abound, but perhaps, as mentioned in #10 above, most of the universe is just avoiding us.

5. Time

You think you know what time is? Okay, try defining it without using any terms that rely on time. Time is… well, it’s time. It’s what keeps every event from happening simultaneously, and it’s what distinguishes something that happened in the past from something that will happen in the future. Is it a dimension, like space? Is it a quality of matter? Is it merely an illusion, possibly created to boost sales of digital watches? The smartest guys in the world get headaches from this one.

4. The Beginning of the Universe

How did the universe begin? Did the universe ever begin? If the universe includes everything that we know, including time, could there possibly even be a “before” before the beginning of the universe. Current theories generally talk about a “Big Bang,” which is a massive expansion of all matter and energy from a single point, which is still continuing through the present day. What started the bang? Where did all the energy and matter come from? Are these questions even meaningful? What about creationism, if that is for you? If God created the universe and all the physical laws in it, what is he doing now that it is running itself?

3. End of the Universe

Following the question of the end of the universe is the question of the end of the universe. Opinions vary on whether we can expect the universe to ever expire. There are several possibilities. One is that the universe will continue to expand, and eventually become so spread out that all matter and energy is just a homogeneous cloud of thin, lukewarm dust. Another is that gravity will eventually catch up with all the matter, and the universe will slow down and fall back into a single point, which may spark another big bang. Yet another theory notes that baryons and protons, the building blocks of matter, don’t seem to be being created naturally anymore, and if they decay (as some other particles do), the universe will simply fade out as all the particles just cease to be. In general, nothing untoward is expected to happen to the universe for many billion years, which will probably be a relief to those with long-range investments.

2. Multiple Universes

Current quantum physics raises the possibility that there are many universes besides our own, existing in the same space and time, but only interacting in certain limited ways. These universes may have their own separate histories and futures, and even their own laws of physics. This is all vague theory for the moment, but some day it may be possible to travel to the universe where your favorite singer won American Idol or visit with evil Spock.

1. Grand Unification Theory

Grand Unification Theory

For decades, physicists have been trying to make sense of the difference between Isaac Newton’s classical physics (you know, what you use to play pool) Einstein‘s relativistic physics, that involve very large or massive things at enormous velocities, and Heisenberg’s (and others’) quantum physics, which concerns things so small that you can’t even measure them without changing the result. These three sets of physical laws seem to play by their own rules, largely ignoring each other, and yet they all relate to the same universe. And so physicists have hunted for the Grand Unification Theory, which would substitute for all of these incomplete sets of laws and make sense of it all. Perhaps it doesn’t exist. Or perhaps it’s just too complex for human minds to grasp. One way or the other, it’s going to keep scientists arguing for some time to come. Cartoon property of Berkeley Breathed.

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  1. "If so, how long will it be before a computer becomes self-aware and asks for equal rights?"

    I wouldn't worry too much about that. If that happens, he can be treated the same way as Commander Data was treated. Give him rights, but allow them to be randomly stripped in a ten minute trial.

  2. Time has a simple answer. It doesn't exist. There are only instantaneous configurations of matter. Time is there so that we can understand that there is a different configuration before us. Time is a framework that humans created to make sense of motion and decay of matter. I recommend "The End of Time" by Julian Barbour for further information.

    • “try defining it without using any terms that rely on time” try defining distance with out any terms that rely on distance.

    • This once popped into my head as an idea when I was about 14 and it used to keep me up at night because it scared me for a little while!
      Now, when I try to tell people that I truly believe this and I don’t understand how people can believe otherwise, they either get scared as I did, or think I’m being entirely ridiculous 🙂 It’s nice that I now have a book by someone, no doubt, smarter and more articulate than myself to reference when I mention this to people 🙂

  3. So many of these "top ten" overlap in their fundamental framework that it is difficult to vote in your poll. I would say that Time, the unified theory and multiple universes all fall into one mystery. Also, dark matter and anti matter could be answered by the same answer to one mystery (maybe not) – who knows. Finally, the beginning and the end of the universe overlap with matter and time, so if you could answer those "mysteries" would the other questions be so mysterious? I think you need to ask more specific questions.

    • Amazing link, first time I've been able to actually visualize extra dimensions. Definitely a help in understanding string theory.

  4. "You think you know what time is? Okay, try defining it without using any terms that rely on time."

    Definitions for the time didn't always exist, and that didn't mean people couldn't distinguish when things were happening. Sunrise, Sunset, every position of the sun in between, and same with the moon. Our terms for time came from somewhere, it's not like we just spewed them out. A day is categorized as such because it's a full cycle of the sun.

    Basically, I'm just saying before our words were invented, sunrise would be a time, sunset would be a time, but that's not a time related term, it's an observation.

  5. Anyone that doesn't consider grand unification theory the biggest mystery on here doesn't know physics.

    Consciousness comes down to neurons, our brains our complex computers, nothing more.

  6. waekjeh pogerrwedn on

    in response to #8:

    the Tunguska explosion was a comet that collided with the earth. Carl Sagan said so in his book and movie about the universe, and gave it as an example of how the earth isn't invincible.

  7. Tambien se cree que la explocion de Tunguska fue un experimento de Tesla. busquenlo y veran. y si el tiempo es tan simple! como puedes explicar el envejecimiento, y la relacion con la velocidad de la luz!

  8. Online Batman Games on

    I've been browsing around your blog for a while but I just had to comment on this post, great stuff!

  9. I think the space is itself the antimatter. An object can exist in either of the two states, hot and not hot. There s nothing called chill or cool. If anything can be driven below 0'C then there should be something as antimatter, just like light and dark residing in the same place.

    Time, i guess s traveling in different dimensions as if a person s killed time travels in one direction and if he s not killed , time travels in another dimension, however there can be only two possibilities, like yes and no. Time branches into the universe and travels in the existing plane.

  10. Sagan also noted that in spite of the volumes of data we have collected on the universe, we still don't have one shred of evidence that life exists any where other than earth.

    • It is a montrous joke if we think that "earth" is the only place in the universe where life exists, and that the rest of the universe exist for nothing. Why would we humans expect to find life elsewhere in the universe just as it is on planet earth? Do we think we can find life forms walking around like human beings? Isn't funny that we use our crude instruments seeking to make contact with other life forms in the universe thinking that they too are using the same instruments such as we do? Rest assure that there countless life forms even in our own galaxy also wondering if there is life elsewhere in the universe. They too are trying to make contact, but our instruments cannot tune into that frequency to make the reception.

      • Carl Hungus on

        Well, let me talk about the statement, "The rest of the universe exists for nothing." Reason is a debate in of itself. Reason is a perception of relative importance, a perception of purpose. The universe must have some type of ordering, or reasoning, based on the nature of the universe. There is action, and there is reaction: rules which govern the directions and principles of the universe. Why is there action and reaction? Maybe there is no reason, but there is a name for no reason, which is a kind of reason in itself: chance. Chance is significant. It is our way of alleviating (or simply acknowledging) our inability to explain events that could happen, with no particular rhyme or reason.

        To say that space events are largely insignificant events of chance, well, they may be of little significance to humans, but remember that humans, based on a scale of mass and fragility, are of little significance to the universe. These events out in the universe, the pulsars, quasars, black holes, magnetars, gamma rays, distant galaxies, matter, antimatter, virtually everything beyond the Earth, are operating on a level of universal order so great in scope that we have no conception of the big picture. The universe appears to be a giant cosmic circus show, and all we can do is observe, and use the Earth as a model to try and bring order out of chaos. Here's the only reason I can see, to ease my brain from total confusion:

        Everything on the Earth has a function, and from this function arises a purpose. Everything on Earth is interconnected — created to work with each other. Everything on Earth has a reason. Water sustains life, Earth provides shelter, there is the cycle of life, the cycle of death, the cycle of rebirth. There's the intricately interconnected balance of the food chain. The Earth is a part of the universe. And the Earth, created from the same elements as the universe, and everything in it, suggests something: the universe is interconnected, and everything has a reason. Just because we cannot grasp the universal reason, doesn't mean there is no universal reason. It just means that we are not meant to know it.

    • I dont think there is life anywhere else in the Universe because life is a singularity, a ‘mutant’ in the scheme of Universe which was supposed to be composed only of ‘lifeless’ matter and energy, just as the universe was created out of a singularity and exploded into growing almost endlessly, life too, occured out of a singularity and exploded into growing by leaps and bounds.

      • I think it is the absolute height of arrogance to think that out of the entirety of the universe (hell, even just the known part that we have seen so far) we are the only intelligent life out there. People just cannot grasp the enormity of the distances and time involved., and so come to the conclusion that, because we haven’t detected the extremely weak radio signal that left another star system 2 billion years ago and hasn’t gotten here yet, we are alone.

  11. If it was a comet that hit in Tunguska, it would be no mystery why it exploded in midair. That kind of thing happens all the time.

    • We are the universe manifesting itself as us. If you doubt my words, try this simple mental experiment: Imagine what would be the nature of reality in the absense of the universe. In other words, if the universe was not here, what would be the nature of things, and where or what would you be.

    • A comet? Did you know that the tail of a comet stretches about a million of miles in length, and the event at Tunguska was not nearly that size?

      • The tail of a comet only stretches millions of miles in length because of the way sublimation interacts with the pressure from the solar wind blasting the particles off in a vacuum. A comet hitting our atmosphere would lose more matter from the nucleus in the first seconds than it had in thousands/millions of years in orbit, and the pressures involved inside atmosphere would compress that tail down to whatever size the constituent gaseous particles at atmospheric pressures (or higher depending on speeds and angles) compress to. Certainly much much less than millions of miles.

  12. The biggest mystery for the unbeliever is the beginning of the universe… The point is: Time, space and "mind" or "consciousness" are correlated and they came into existence after the universe came into existence or after the consciousness came into existence, before there was no space therefore there was no time or mind to conceive space or time or even mind itself. So lets stop with this mind bogging thing for right now and concentrate in the existence of the universe… So the universe came into existence and after the universe BOOM happened, it brought some space into existence for there was no space before the universe, so now we can conclude that with the beginning of the universe it forced space to be born with its brother the "time" both carrying it own specific characteristics and individuality and later on the mind to conceive both. Now the main and most important question is: From where the energy from inside of the unborn universe "matter" came from to make it explode or expand? What was before the existence of matter or energy? Only the unbeliever would say that GOD does not exist and make the existence of LIFE a just little perception of passing entertainment with no happy ending and non-meaningful matter for worship.

      • WHAT? you haven't figured out that yet? GOD is THE placeholder for anything that hasn't been able to be explained by human. now, don't start talking about what have people done in the name of GOD.

        damn you Ime, i'll be sent down straight to the bottom of hell for answering this

  13. Asghar Mahmood Mirza on

    Its so obvious that how LESS we comprehend the WORLD we line in, not to mention the UNIVERSE. I suppose the Beginning of Universe, the Consiousness and the Time are greatest mystries we would face!

  14. Time is a duration of our awareness of the objects and events of the physical world. Space, on the other hand, is an interval of our perception of the objects and events of the physical world. For the purpose of covenience, we divide time—our sense of duration of the physical world— into past, present, and the future. And so, it seems as though time flows from the future into the present and into the past. The future belongs to the dimension of anticipation; the present in the moment we have to apply our will power; and if we lose it, the present flows into the past that cannot be changed. But the reality is that we exist in the present while imagining this illusory flow of time that does not exist. Beyond this rhelm of our objective awareness is a universe that is, just we are; and we and this universe are inseperably one and the same. So, in essense, we might safely say that the universe is conscious of itself though us. The universe has no beginning in time; we, too, have beginning in time. We and the universe have always been.

  15. just discovered this website and its awesome.the beginning of the universe shud be number 1 for me.how it all started.

  16. to Simply Ridiculous,

    We understand black holes way more then we understand anti matter, possible alien life, the higgs boson, or several other things. In one of the models used to project the end of our universe, using the model where we constantly expand forever….there will be a time period called the black hole era. Super massive black holes will consume whats left in a very dark and cold universe.

  17. my mind,

    I think the number of people who think there is life somewhere in our universe is more than that of those who think there isn't any.So one should be somehow undoubted about any lack of lifelike ours in the entire universe.

  18. my mind,

    I think the number of people who think there is life somewhere in our universe is more than that of those who think there isnâ??t any.So one should be somehow doubted about any lack of life like ours in the entire universe.

  19. First: There was no beginning of the universe to begin with. Second: The big bang theory does NOT imply the universe began 13.7 billion years ago. Modern cosmology for over 30 years incorporates some flavor of inflationary cosmology to solve the puzzels big bang theory couldn’t solve (for example the flatness problem, the horizon problem, etc.)

  20. In my view the biginning of universe is no.1 beacuse after that other mysteries are happened. There was no time before big bang bcoz the density of singularity was infinite, and time was stopped at that time. Here i made a mistake that i considered an imaginary time that was before the big bang. We cant see from where the matter comes by experiments or by thought experiments bcoz there was no space at outer side of singularity.

  21. Everyone always wants to know how the universe began…people who believe in a god or almighty being say god created the universe.. so what may I ask created god? Our human minds cannot even grasp this possibility of no beginning because we each began. The universe exists and always existed we just do not understand how that is.

  22. i want to add one thing that we can see the beginning of the universe when "time traveling" is possible.

    According to theories when its possible for us to cover speed of light i.e. 3 lack KM/sec then we can travel to the past , currently we are moving very very slow then the speed of the light so we are moving to the future, when we will catch the speed of light then we can stick in present and when we go faster then it then its possible to travel in past

    So, i can say practically its very difficult to cover speed of light, but its science era so i cannot say that its impossible, but ones we achieve this its possible to travel in any direction and many mysteries of universe get solved

  23. Time, Space, Universe are all words humans made up because we have a need to know things (look at any religion). Even carbon-dating is setup by our standards of time. Things like ancient civilizations, dinosaurs, etc. we will never be able to fully explain or understand. Over half the world lives in poverty and quite a large number in much poorer countries exist without electricity, running water or industrialization, we have quite a ways to go.

    All I know is that we exist in this vacuum called space and are provided with light.

  24. I think the beginning of the universe should be #1, honestly i dont think anyone ever will be able to explain such an event.

  25. Actually, points 1 and 6 could be explained (along with the accelerated expansion rate of the universe) with a new research that Paul Howard Frampton published in April. The name of the paper is "Solution to the Dark Energy Problem"

    • I forgot, I could also explain the numbers 3 and 4 of this list. Since we all live in a black hole….

  26. My pick for #1 place is Consciousness. This is something we all have. What is it ?. Our inner or outer world is meaningless without it. When ,where, how,and why did it first came to be ? Parhaps this is where our energies should be directed : to know ourselves first. Let the gods figure out the rest.

    Human evolution is an ongoing process. I do not feel we have what it takes to answer these questions now; as they undoubtedly lies beyond reason.So untill we evolve into gods , let's kneel down and kiss nature's feet. How wonderful it is to be even a witness to all of this!

    So let's give thanks and praise.. .To What? …To Whom? …To that everlasting "Nothingness" from whose womb emanates this everlasting "Allness" .Call "It".."Him".."Her" "Mother" "Father" "God" whatever you fancy.

    Best website!

  27. Antimatter vibrates at a different molecular rate, therefor it is in another dimension that occupies the same space and time,kind of like a ghost would according to research. Or something like that. lol

  28. The best answer I can think of as to why no intelligent life forms wish to include us with their business is due to the fact that if they are observing earth at the moment, all they would see is dinosaurs, due to the speed of light. That is assuming they are the closest possible life forms to our planet, for the furthest away planets it may seem to them that our planet has not been created yet. So the only chance we have of aliens visiting our planet is if they get lost and happen to be close enough to see the relative technological advancement of us compared to the dinosaurs.

    • ah yes, but you assume at least 3 things:

      – their definition of *see* is the same as ours

      – somehow they're not attracted to dinosaurs

      – somehow they're attracted to human

      so it's dinosaurs fault, eh?

  29. When human consciousness is explained most of the others fall into place. It can be explained – without requiring a conversation with a robot or a ghost.

    D J Wray
    http://www.atotalawareness.com
    “The rules that control the way you think reside in a parallel universe. When you request a complex thought in this request/response model you are sending a requirement to the server, according to your rules.”

  30. I think that the dark matter might be low density, air-like clouds that are omnipresent in the universe? Since the universe is so large, if it were filled with variable density "gas-like" pockets with perhaps .00000001% the density of air, would that account for the missing matter?

  31. Moosa Baloyi on

    I'm very interested in the consciousness… There are more complex mysteries greater than Time and all mensioned above. Inferring to the mystery in the mind of human ; there is much greater mysterious complexity and "void" of reason why it is beyond conception. I hope to comment more. Great site, love it.

  32. Maybe there was no beginning & there is no ending & we are just trapped in an ongoing cycle of possibilities & events…OR there was a beginning & there is an ending & it just repeats itself??? Hmm… I wonder! Either way i hope no one finds out the answers… Because the more knowledge we gain ultimately leads to more destruction ….Food for thought.

  33. I wonder why “What happens after we die” is not on the list. Or should I take “consciousness” instead? IMHO, answering either this question or question no. 1 would mean the end of religion as it is… AKA the end of civilization as we know it! (I would rather know the truth, though)

  34. The answers lie within. Start meditating. Conquer all your desires. Command your own mind.

    A Jedi’s strength flows from the force..

  35. Natural-occurring anti-particle streams exist around the Earth and in outer space so it’s not a big stretch to imagine parts of the Universe are made up of anti-matter with small streams of particles.

  36. Here is question for anyone who will comment. If God was here in this world right now what would he look like? Would he be the smartest person? If he explains the grand unified which will be creation of all of this and meanings to life will the world listren? If he is a man will the world just think as him as a crazy person?

  37. The world looks for a God, are higher power in a infinite subconscious space. Everything in history since the beginning of earth points to, or says that he is already existing in a present life now. Has anyone ever thought about trying to find him in a finite point space like earth, where you could find him? The religion believes in the holy trinity which is two people and a higher power, it be one past (Jesus) one present ( human) and one future (GOD). Jesus died in are past and the present one exisit because God is his future. A subconscious memory of three lives energy pattern that cannot be canceled out, pure energy. Which is creation since you exist in his subconscious, and his life repeated in a infinite loop from small to big (atom human, human universe) . What you get is the creation energy.

  38. Scientists now think there are many universes existing simultaneously occupying the same space and time and yet unknown to each other because the laws of physics operating in each universe is different and the matter (or life) occupying these universes cannot interact or even be aware of each other. Perhaps that is what ‘Ghosts’ are, matter that has somehow escaped from one universe to another, that is why it is said that ghosts appear ‘out of nowhere’ because that how it would appear to us, unable as we are to sense another universe.

  39. I don’t know if anyone feels the same way, but to me, the biggest mystery would have to be after death. Of course , according to your beliefs, may it be religious or otherwise, you may have an answer which you think is the truth. Just because you believe it, it doesn’t make it any more true than any one else’s theory for what happens after death. I feel like our lack of knowledge for what happens after death dictates how we live our life and separates everyone’s believes.

    Assuming you are religious (I’m not), if God told you what came after death, then you could modify your life to suit whatever god told you. For example, if he said: “you will either go to heaven or to hell,” then you could live according to the things which will get you into heaven (I realize that this poses a problem, which is, what behaviors will get you into heaven?). On the other hand, if God said: “nothing happens after death,” then you could live according to what you think is better for you and those around you, for in the end, it makes no difference.

    Even if the answer didn’t come from God and instead maybe just a stroke of insight (assuming this stroke of insight is the truth), then I still believe that knowing what happens after death would help us to live a “better” (don’t know what other word to choose) life.

  40. MOST IMPORTANT ADVANTAGE OF COMPLETE UNIFIED THEORY (TOTAL PAGES – 424, PUBLISHED IN THE YEAR 1998) WRITTEN BY Nirmalendu das.

    1) THE COMPLETE UNIFIED THEORY FOLLOWS THE LAW OF NATURE OR PHYSICS.

    2) THIS THEORY IS THE THEORY OF CERTAINTY.

    3) THE COMPLETE UNIFIED THEORY IS VERY CLEAR AND EASY THEORY TO UNDER STAND THE VAST SCIENCE COMPARING TO OTHER THEORY AS THERE IS NO USE OF MATHEMATICS LIKE CALCULUS TO DESCRIBE THE WHOLE SCIENCE.

    4) IT IS POSSIBLE TO KNOW DIFFERENT FINDINGS FROM THE PARTICLE TO THE UNIVERSE BY THIS SINGLE THEORY.
    (THE CALCULATED RESULTS ARE EXACTLY TALLIED WITH THE FINDINGS OF OTHER TRADITIONAL THEORIES DONE BY THE SCIENTISTS IN THE DIFFERENT FIELDS OF SCIENCE.)

    5) THE COMLLETE UNIFIED THEORY CAN EXPLAIN THE INTERNAL MECHANISM OF MATTERS DURING EMISSION OF ENERGY. IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO KNOW FROM THE TRADITIONAL THEORIES FOR EXAMPLE, WE DO NOT KNOW THE INTERNAL MEHCANISM OF THE EINSTEIN`S EQUATION E = mc^2 THAT, IN WHAT WAY MATTER IS RADIATING ENERGY AS m IS NOT ALONE .

    6) THIS THEORY CAN SOLVE THE STRUCTURE OF ELECTRON, ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION, BIRTH OF MAGNETISM, MAXIMUM MASS OF THE UNIVERSE, THE SUCCESSIVE DERIVATIVES OF BIRTH OF STARS, GALAXIES, QUASARS ETC. AND THE UNIVERSE.

    7) IT DOES NOT AGREE WITH THE DISTASTEFUL CONCEPT OF SCIENCE LIKE ZERO REST MASS OF THE PARTICLES ( MASS OF PHOTON, GRAVITION ).

    8) THE VALUE OF Pi IS CONSTANT AT EXCITED STATE OF MATTER WHEN PARICLE IS DEFORMED —— THIS IDEA IS WRONG. BUT THE SCIENTISTS ARE USING THE VALUE OF PI AS CONSTANT IN EVERY FIELDS WHERE NEEDED.

    9) THE COMPLETE UNIFIED THEORY DO NOT AGREE WITH THE EQUATION OF THEORY OF RELATIVITY OF EINSTEIN OF MASS AS VELOCITY IS NOT THE MASS THAT CAN INCREASE OR DECREASE THE MASS. THE VELOCITY IS ONLY THE ENVONRMENT OF MASS THAT INCREASES BY ACTING MASS TO MASS REACTION.

    10) THE COMPLETE UNIFIED THEORY FIND THE MASS OF CURIE PARTICLE WHICH IS RELATED TO ALL SUBATOMIC PARTICLES EVEN HIGGS BOSON, QUARKS. THIS IS VERY NEW SYSTEM THAT IN WHAT WAY ALL PARTICLES ARE INTERRELATED.

    11) COMPLETE UNIFIED THEORY IS SINGLE THEORY. WE CAN SOLVE ALL TO USE THIS THEORY.
    12) THIS THEORY CAN GIVE THE ANSWER THAT WHY BLACK PARTICLE, BLACK HOLE ETC.

    LOT OF THINGS IS THERE.

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  41. Past and future does not exist. It seems to do so because we remember the past and we expect the future. However both can not be gasped nor measured. The only time we observe is present. (nothing new)

    Mainstream-physics still try to find the smallest (fundamental) particle which in some magical way should solve the mystery of mass (gravity). As the universe is infinitely big how could someone assume to find a smallest particle. Infinity has no beginning and no ending. Therefore no smallest particle will be fond ever. (just a logical fact)

    There are new theories out there describing the structure of the universe much better than mainstream science. Check it out. (EX NASSIM HARAMIEN)

  42. Time is simply process of the thermodynamic arrow traveling towards entropy. That is the basic reason you can go forward in time with speed and gravitational tricks to slow your march towards entropy, and thus the passage of perceived time, but no matter how much you try it is impossible to reverse the thermodynamic arrow from entropy to order. These are some of the laws of the universe, the Laws of Thermodynamics. They are so well documented and so well proven that they are one of the few scientific principles to go past “theory of” and onto “law of”. Thus, reverse time travel is impossible.

  43. Walter Flatt on

    AND GOD SAID LET THERE BE LIGHT AND THERE WAS LIGHT. THE BIBLE SAID GOD CREATED THE EARTH AND THE HEAVENS AND I BELIVE HE DID. YOU KNOW THE UNIVERSE IS EXPANDING AWAY FROM US, DON’T YOU. GET YOU HEAD OUT OF THE SAND. A THOUSAND YEARS IS AS THE BLINK OF AN EYE TO GOD.

  44. The video was “OK” for someone with an average curiosity. I’m curious about things as they were, things present and things future. Time is a conscious reckoning.

  45. Are we sure that the universe began in the big bang or was there a previous universe which ended and formed our ones as matter can neither be created NOR be destroyed so it is not possible for BIG BANG TO OCCUR OUT OF NOTHING. Also if there are many parallel universes, then in those parallel universes would have life like as on earth.
    . Though whatever BE the truth , the more we will be solving the mysteries the more will they come up, and that’s the fun!!!

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