How can you create a universe from nothing?- Michio Kaku

Well if you determine the entire matter of the cosmos it is positive. If you estimate the overall energy of the cosmos it is negative because of gravity. Gravity as we know it has negative energy. When you sum these two together what do you get? Zero, so it requires no energy to generate a universe.




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  1. Well logistically you need an unlimited supply of hydrogen atoms and a process to manufacture them on demand and in time for the construction of 100or 200 billion galaxies and the 400 billion stars they contain, all those atoms could not have possibly been made just after the big bang, to build this colossal construction of stars its mechanically impossible to build with a limited supply of hydrogen atoms ,when the are the core for making the other atoms in stars thru compression and pressure and heat, and those being deconstructed by black holes , logistics in any construction project

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    1. In the nicest possible way, David, I don't think you've understood the physics involved.

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  2. It's easy to create your own universe. One only has to look at the physics of a hot air popcorn maker to realize this is possible. It's the physics of hot air. grin

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