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Big Bang
« on: 09/08/2012 10:19:45 »
It seems to me that if there was a big bang, which I believe did happen. Then it would seem that there had to be something for the matter to "bang" into. Something had to of existed for everything to expand into ?


I propose that our universe has always existed as well matter and energy also has always existed, and that the big bang was caused by a super powerful exploding black hole, that had condensed all of the matter that it had taken in, and that it's limit to hold matter was not infinite, but finite. and that when that limit was reached it exploded out all of the matter that it had taken in. And that this happens all of the time throughout our "infinite" universe, creating patches of matter throughout the universe, and only our part is expanding due to an explosion at our start, and very far distant areas of the universe, are expanding according to there particular exploding black hole in there area, and other areas would be so called dead zones, free of most matter, except that drifting through space. This might help explain gravitational anomalies that exist, and the universe being infinite, our visible expansion may be expanding "faster" as it grows because it has been affected by the gravity of a near by matter field beyond our sight. If the universe was infinite, then for example the age of us, is only the age when our black hole exploded, or maybe something else exploded.

it might help explain - dark flow    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_flow

Dark flow: Surveys of galaxy motions have detected a mystery dark flow towards an unseen mass. Such a large mass is too large to have accumulated since the Big Bang using current models and may indicate that gravity falls off slower than inverse-squared at certain distance scales.

Is a universe that has always existed and is infinite, that creates so to speak pockets of matter throughout, mathematically possible ?
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Re: Big Bang
« Reply #1 on: 19/08/2012 09:00:07 »
lol...is it possible or not.....
 

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Re: Big Bang
« Reply #2 on: 19/08/2012 16:53:48 »
Is something possible?

Logically possible?  Is there anything internally contradictory in the proposition that system X exists?

Mathematically possible? Is it possible to construct a mathematical model of a proposed system X?
 If logically possible, then surely yes! The mathematics should be a servant -- it should be possible to construct a mathematical framework to deal with anything that is logically possible.

Physically possible? Is the proposed system X consistent with all of the information we already have about relevant parts of the world? This must surely be a tighter, narrower restriction than either of the others.

I cannot see a logical or mathematical objection to what you are proposing, though I am not an expert, and your scheme has probably not been filled out in quite enough detail. Whether or not there is a physical objection I would have no idea at all.
 

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Re: Big Bang
« Reply #3 on: 24/08/2012 08:20:18 »
Math is not my specialty, and know that there is "math" per se, for things like string theory, and for the big bang ( almost )

  I believe this theory to be true, but do not know how to test it verses mathematically possibilities..
 

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Re: Big Bang
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