Author: cheok hong chuan
Date: 05-01-12 16:27
I was rethinking and came to the conclusion that I might not have phrased my query properly.
I was saying 'MASS' when maybe I should be saying 'ENERGY'. This is because speaking of matter and space is confusing because it implies of things we can see or cannot see. This may be OK if we all have X-RAY eyes, but we do not! What we see as space may in fact be dark matter that we cannot see?
Also is 'warping' the right expression when we deal with multi-dimensions and asportation?
In Buddhism we say that Space is Matter and Matter is Space in yin-yang terms. In equilibrium of harmony and balance yin must equal yang and accordingly space must equal matter?
It is like looking at a kaleidoscope, no matter how the pattern changes, the entire body of ENERGY which I misrepresented as MASS remain constant. This total ENERGY must be equal to YIN and also equal to YANG, as negative and positive energy.
The amount of void of space of negative energy must be equal to the mass of matter of positive energy! So some matter must be very dense with energy and some not so dense with energy even though they appear to total less than space in width and breath.
So, the actual mass of matter cannot 'warp' but surely energy itself may warp? For it does not matter how the space relates to the matter but the actual symbiosis like the magnetic field of the 'attraction or repulsion can warp and twist like the DNA helix?