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Author Topic: Why did the universe expand more rapidly right after big bang?  (Read 624 times)

Offline jerrygg38

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There are several possibilities. In my dot-wave theory everything is composed of dot-waves. The dot-waves radiate over time converting mass into dark energy which expands the universe. jccc suggests that vibrating atoms radiate gravitational waves. That seems correct. I only write the equations of the universe and slowly over time I try to understand them. At full compression of the electromagnetic magnetic field, the original hydrogen atoms were very small. this gave me the equations of gravity and the age of the universe as 13.7827billion years. The protons today contain 1.055854E45 dot-waves which combine like the skin of snake since you will not find any individual dot-waves within it.
  At big bang the number of dot-waves within the proton was at least 20 times as much since dark energy/matter estimates today are around 95 percent of total mass/energy in universe.
   After big bang the vibrations of the proton and electron were very high and they radiated much greater than today. Therefore gravity was stronger and the universe expanded very rapidly. although the photon is limited to its self motor speed of C, the universe itself is multi light speed with outer areas beyond our surface going up to light speed infinity. Thus it appears that at the beginning we moved greater than light speed and slowly moved down to a little greater than light speed. Thus the universe can expand faster than light speed while our photons can only move at light speed.
  In any event, the initial expansion was faster than the present expansion since the radiation was much larger a long time ago.


 

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