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Offline Guyondacoich

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Did time begin with the Universe?
« on: 12/10/2015 02:27:40 »
I do not believe anything in the universe has ever moved.  The event of the Big Bang was simply the creation of time.  All of the universe is still in the exact state it always has been but time alteration gives the appearance of movement and interaction of energy. Sort of a bent or refracted reality based on perception.  thoughts and comments on this are welcome especially on how this would affect current creation theories
« Last Edit: 12/10/2015 07:44:55 by chris »


 

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Re: Time and the beginning of the universe
« Reply #1 on: 12/10/2015 04:45:20 »
Who is to say there was a Big Bang. The perception of the big bang is based on everything moving apart from each other, but if you are part of the sphere of matter moving away from each other, this may give the impression everything in the Universe had a single point. Yes, there is the red shift, and the fact that the expansion of, our perception, the Universe is accelerating rather than slowing down.

Matter consists of only 4% of what the Universe is made up of, but we accept the Big Bang created Dark Matter, Dark Energy without actually knowing what it is, where it fits within the boundaries of the Universe, where it fits in with the Big Bang Theory............if indeed the Big Bang (We do not have any evidence the Big Bang created Dark Energy/Dark Matter) did create Dark Energy/ Dark Matter.

The Big Bang did create matter, that we can no doubt answer. However, to answer what the 96% of what the Universe is, and to say the Big Bang created it without actually having any evidence to substantiate such a claim does beg the question, if the Big Bang did not create the 96% of the Universe, then what did? Why are we so convinced the Big Bang created Dark Energy/Dark Matter.
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Offline Guyondacoich

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Re: Time and the beginning of the universe
« Reply #2 on: 12/10/2015 04:59:31 »
Perhaps dark matter is matter unaffected by the "time particle" and is essentially raw matter. It has been theorized that matter and anti matter cannot exist together and destroy one another. Again perhaps to fill in the energy stabilizer they combine to create the "time particle"
 

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