Everything Forever

May 27th, 2003 | Posted by paul in Uncategorized

I’m not sure how I missed these sister sites, but they’re called Everything Forever and Macroscopic Symmetry: Modeling the Macrocosmic Structure of All Possible Universes. Both act as web resources for the radical implications of a flat universe as revealed by NASA’s observations, and colorfully expounded on by Max Tegmark in his Parallel Universes article.

From the site’s introduction:

Is there an end to time? Will the universe ever not exist? Finally, after twelve years of exploring the science of modeling aggregate state space, which predicts that time does end, I can say honestly that the material in this website has became relevant to the most advanced discoveries and theory now developing at the leading edge of cosmology and astro-physics.

One aim of this website is to promote the ever deepening knowledge in science, astro-physics, and philosophy, revealing that the greater universe is infinite. It is my hope to advance such beliefs through education and awareness, with the continuing goal of contributing to modern science and cosmology.


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