I know I'm jumping in late on these, but...
Originally Posted by litlbunny
Do each of you agree that there is at least one cubic centimeter of space within the universe?
Do each of you agree that there is at least one atom that exists within the universe?
Yes to both of these.

Do each of you agree that speed, (at least in today’s terms) is determined by distance/time?
Yes, but without the "(at least in today’s terms)" qualifier. Speed is, by definition, distance travelled per unit time.

Do each of you agree that if you are suspended in mid-air, the directions you could choose to go in are endless or spherical?
Even if not suspended in mid-air, the directions I could choose to go in are endless (not spherical, that is a meaningless description for "direction")... but actually going in most of them would involve tunnelling or fighting gravity.

Do each of you agree in every mile or in every 1.609344 kilometers, exists 63,360 inches, 5,280 feet, 160,934.4 centimeters and 1,609,344 millimeters?
I disagree. Miles, feet, inches, km, cm and mm are different units describing the same concept, linear distance. The distance described by a mile can also be described as a certain number of inches, but inches do not "exist within" a mile, any more than volts or ohms "exist within" an electrical conductor.

Do you agree that everything in the universe can be described within a mathematical equation?
Barring further clarification, I disagree. "Everything", being all-inclusive, is meaningless.