Still doesn't make sense.... The energy in the universe is constant and always will be, it just changes form as Andrew said. Also, stars technically won't "fall" since they are light years away from Earth. I am assuming they will just burn out, explode, or collapse if the Rapture even occurs. I am Catholic and believe in God, but I also follow reason and science. If God were to eliminate us for whatever reason he would do it through so natural way. A super volcano, a disease, etc. But personally I don't think God would do anything, He would just let ourselves kill each other.
It's not supposed to make sense. It's a couple of religulous (yes I spelt it like that its a movie) morons trying to have a conversation about shit they have no idea about. 90% of the HARDCORE religious people I've ever met are really just mindless puppets that follow without knowing why. They choose ignorance over knowledge and I think that's what this post is about.
That's Kinetic Energy, there are differences, when you lift something up and leave it it has potential that can change to kinetic, just like fuels, they have potential energy that could be exposed if it reacts with oxygen to create heat. The list goes on.
Can any of these people spell or form a proper sentence?
"I looked it up and what you written..."
Those =/= thoughs.
weres =/= where's.
Master remedial English then we'll move onto Advanced Theoretical Physics in Divine Application. Please see your guidance counselor or guardian angel for course requirements. A course syllabus will be available from the teaching assistant fairy on the first day of class.
Parking permit applications are due to the demon-lord of campus transportation before the breaking of the fifth seal.
well; the big bang mathematically may have occurred due to strings. because they appear without the need of space-time, immediately thereafter exponential expansion occurred, cooling, first protons(giving mass), gravity due to mass, gravity = planet formation, first starts, stars fuse and fission new elements, eventually making iron, sun supernova, star dust creates planets, eventually one of two things will end the universe, big crunch or the decay of proton orbit. it always annoys me when people talk about god making this universe, (not to say i don't believe in a higher being).
The concept of conservation of energy goes against einstein's theory of general relativity. However one describes gravity, it is an infinite source that will never "run out" ... While energy does regularly change forms, gravity is constantly providing new energy.