• christian2017
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    I've read "A brief history of time" and i passed Newtonian Physics 3 times in college with a D.

    An object in motion will stay in motion unless.... But micro collisions probably have always occurred

    An object will stay at rest unless acted on it by an outside force

    Gravity has always existed.

    If you roll a trillion sided die a trillion times it will most likely roll a particular number (over X time)

    Some say if the particles align themselves right in a black hole then the black hole in that unlikely event can expand.

    Perhaps micro collisions have always occurred and the universe has no beginning and just continues forever. Perhaps over X time, future creatures will be saying our universe was astronomically small back in these days.

    Why creatures feel and why the universe has feelings in its subsets (rather than set) is another question.
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