The Asymptotic Box

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Scientific Paper
Title The Asymptotic Box
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Author(s) Robert J Heaston
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Published 2003
Journal Journal of New Energy
Volume 7
Number 3
No. of pages 8
Pages 32-37

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Abstract

An asymptote is a goal that can probably never be reached, and if reached, cannot be crossed. If crossed, there may be no return. There are at least six asymptotes that apply to our universe. A box has six sides. Consequently, we can use the metaphor that our universe is an asymptotic box. The six asymptotes of the natural world that apply to our universe are birth, death, the speed of light, absolute zero, gravitational collapse limit, and the superforce. There is also an asymptotic box of scientific reasoning. The paper will define the asymptotes and then discuss various consequences.