little questions about existance

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fbiaacl
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little questions about existance

Post by fbiaacl » Thu Feb 23, 2023 8:32 pm

Could space be sucked by matter, creating the effect of gravity?
Could energy creates space, creating the effect of magnetism?
Could matter be "opposite" to energy?
Could matter, space and energy be related in this way?
Would it makes sense that energy dissipates into space, anywhere there is no space or energy, and, wherever space or energy is missing too much, matter is created, like if matter is a depression, like opposed to energy?
Could a blackhole "dissapear" if we "dropped in" equal the energy it is made of?
what happens when you have alot of energy in one point, is matter attracted?
what happens when you have alot of matter in one point, is energy attrated?
Could magnetism be the anti-gravity?

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Re: little questions about existance

Post by bystander » Thu Mar 02, 2023 6:14 pm

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Re: little questions about existance

Post by lilyan12 » Thu Mar 09, 2023 8:02 am

No, magnetism cannot be considered as anti-gravity. Magnetism is a fundamental force of nature that arises due to the motion of charged particles. It is a force that acts between magnets, magnetic materials, and moving charged particles.