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From: Kocak, Gokhan
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 6:11 PM
Cc: Kocak, Gokhan
Subject: The Act of Being May Be Creating the Spacetime
Dear Mr. Hawking,
We’ve always thought that we are “in” spacetime.
What about thinking the other way around?
We, our act of being, may be creating our own spacetime.
I think this idea is consistent with the Special Theory of Relativity.
Light has the maximum intensity of act of being, whereas the other beings have relatively lower intensities of act of being.
As the intensity of act of being increases, the mass decreases.
Light has the maximum intensity of act of being, because the photons have no mass.
Black holes have the minimum intensity of act of being, because they have a huge mass.
Since the act of being creates its own spacetime, all existents have their own spacetime, relative to each other.
The universe is expanding. What is there outside the universe?
There is nothing because nothing has come to existence outside the universe; since they do not exist, there is no spacetime created outside the universe.
Indeed, outside the universe has no meaning at all; because there is no spacetime there.
As the universe it expanding, it is creating new spacetimes.
Actually, the photons at the “edge” of the universe are creating new spacetimes; because the light has the highest possible speed.
// Gökhan Koçak
From: S.W.Hawking@damtp.cam.ac.uk [mailto:S.W.Hawking@damtp.cam.ac.uk]
Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 6:12 PM
To: Kocak, Gokhan
Subject: Your recent email to Professor Hawking
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