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# Thread: When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object...

1. ## When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object...

Assuming both of these are possible, we must also assume that the universe is infinite,
and we must assume the unstoppable force has infinite kinetic energy and the immovable
object has infinite mass.
If the force is unstoppable we must conclude that there is no
possible way for it to change vectors or speed, and therefore a transferrance of energy
is impossible and the law of conservation of momentum is meaningless. If the object has
infinite mass then it must be infinitely large, and in an infinite universe the object
would be the universe itself, because the idea of movement outside the universe is
meaningless this would make absolute sense considering the object is immovable.
Normally,
it would only be logical to assume that if one of these force/objects exists, the other
cannot exist because it would cancel the first out, but if we assume that they both exist
we must eventually ask ourselves what would happen if these two collided?
If the immovable object is an entire universe we have to conclude that the unstoppable force does not exist
in the same universe, so where does it exist?
According to the string theory, there are multiple universes all connected by worm holes and are all intertwined like a cloth made of
string where the strings represent wormholes connecting every universe and dimention.
This tells us that the unstoppable force and the immovable object must exist in two different
dimentions from each other, making it impossible for them to collide unless the unstoppable
force enters a worm hole to the dimention of the immovable object.
If the object does take up an entire universe and is in fact immovable, there is no possible way for the unstoppable
force to enter the universe unless it is finite and stoppable, and since it is infinite,
the only explanation is that the unstoppable force leaves one dimention into a worm hole
and tries to enter the dimention of the immovable object and is ejected through another
worm hole into a dimention exactly opposite of the immovable object, thus retaining its
infinite kinetic energy and vector, while the immovable object retains its status as having
infinite mass and size.
Conclusion: if the unstoppable force was to hit the immovable object, this would result
in the end of all universes and dimentions as we know it, because
if contact was possible the force would lose its infinite energy and thus it would become
finite, and a finite energy cannot exist in an infinite universe but the unstoppable force
would have to keep traveling, therefore all universes that the force could possibly travel
to (all of them) would become obsolete and disappear, resulting in the apocalypse.

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2. ## Re: When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object...

yes and no...i will comment back in a few  Reply With Quote

3. ## Re: When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object...

Assuming both of these are possible, we must also assume that the universe is infinite,
and we must assume the unstoppable force has infinite kinetic energy and the immovable
object has infinite mass.
If the force is unstoppable we must conclude that there is no
possible way for it to change vectors or speed, and therefore a transferrance of energy
is impossible and the law of conservation of momentum is meaningless. If the object has
infinite mass then it must be infinitely large, and in an infinite universe the object
would be the universe itself, because the idea of movement outside the universe is
meaningless this would make absolute sense considering the object is immovable.
Normally,
it would only be logical to assume that if one of these force/objects exists, the other
cannot exist because it would cancel the first out, but if we assume that they both exist
we must eventually ask ourselves what would happen if these two collided?
If the immovable object is an entire universe we have to conclude that the unstoppable force does not exist
in the same universe, so where does it exist?
According to the string theory, there are multiple universes all connected by worm holes and are all intertwined like a cloth made of
string where the strings represent wormholes connecting every universe and dimension.

This tells us that the unstoppable force and the immovable object must exist in two different
dimensionsfrom each other, making it impossible for them to collide unless the unstoppable
force enters a worm hole to the dimension of the immovable object.
If the object does take up an entire universe and is in fact immovable, there is no possible way for the unstoppable
force to enter the universe unless it is finite and stoppable, and since it is infinite,
the only explanation is that the unstoppable force leaves one dimension into a worm hole
and tries to enter the dimension of the immovable object and is ejected through another
worm hole into a dimension exactly opposite of the immovable object, thus retaining its
infinite kinetic energy and vector, while the immovable object retains its status as having
infinite mass and size.

Conclusion: if the unstoppable force was to hit the immovable object, this would result
in the end of all universes and dimensions as we know it, because
if contact was possible the force would lose its infinite energy and thus it would become
finite, and a finite energy cannot exist in an infinite universe but the unstoppable force
would have to keep traveling, therefore all universes that the force could possibly travel
to (all of them) would become obsolete and disappear, resulting in the apocalypse.  Reply With Quote

4. ## Re: When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object...

Assuming both of these are possible, we must also assume that the universe is infinite,
and we must assume the unstoppable force has infinite kinetic energy and the immovable
object has infinite mass.
If the force is unstoppable we must conclude that there is no
possible way for it to change vectors or speed, and therefore a transferrance of energy
is impossible and the law of conservation of momentum is meaningless. If

Nice but impossilbe as you have allready stated the law of consevation is broken here and that isnt possible (for all of you who dont know the law of energy consevation is that energy cannot be created or destroyed but changed into a a less usful form for example a battery runs electrical energy it is running 100 jouls of energy about 3% is used for light the rest is transferd into wast such as heat) You cant just be creating energy out of nothing and yes i no you said asume the universe is infinate but it isnt its eather using a chain reactions of big bangs meaing there is allready gas and such out there or its eroding away at its inside like a big dognut.

also the defination of unstoppable is ... just i cannot stop it dosnt refer to speed meaing that energy tranfer is possible

Also im pritty sure you cant have a unstopable force anyhow theres like about 5 rules aginst it (also no perpetual motion)  Reply With Quote

5. ## Re: When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object...

she is referring to quantium mechanics and temperal physics...here is the answer

the infinite object moving at infinite speed is moving so fast it is not moving at all there for it would be the infinite object that is standing at an infinite stillness...in order to have both you would actually have neither...in the end remember your high school math teacher if you times or divide any probable number by an inprobable # (such as infinite) you are left with 0.

hence
"it is known that there is an infinite number of worlds, simply because there
is an infinite amount of space for them to be in. However, not every one of
them is inhabited. Therefore, there must be a finite number of inhabited
worlds. Any finite number divided by infinity is as near to nothing as makes
no odds, so the average population of all the planets in the universe can be
said to be zero. From this it follows that the population of the universe is
also zero, and that any people you may meet from time to time are merely
the product of a deranged imagination." -Douglas Adams  Reply With Quote