Consider zero = 0.
Then replace it with zero = (1 – 1), which remains true.
Next move the ones apart so (+1) is near and (–1) is far away, do this by inserting nothing between them.
We get zero = (+1 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 +0 –1), again true.
This is an uneven distribution but still with a sum of zero.
Although the sum is still zero, locally it can be +1 or –1 during evaluation.
Now imagine replacing 1 throughout the previous process with E (for energy).
We then have +E for energy and –E for anti-energy. It remains true.
Now we can have mass +M and –M for matter and antimatter.
Other things like charge can appear in the same way.
See also: http://www.astrosociety.org/pubs/mercur ... thing.html
No we don't. You should reason instead with “I assume that ...”, “Let us assume that...” or “If we assume that...”. By insisting on space-time being more fundamental, than say energy, you are restricting your reasoning to only a subset of all the possible models. It may well be that your subset does not include models consistent with our universe.Albert wrote:We have to assume that in the beginning; only space-time existed
That might explain why you are perpetually going round in squares.