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...This detection indicates that the universe is like multi- cellular foam; so multiverse instead of universe....
Quote from: xersanozgen on 17/03/2020 21:28:32...This detection indicates that the universe is like multi- cellular foam; so multiverse instead of universe....Interesting conclusions, xersanozgen. I don't have any reason to question the multiverse concept based on your multi-cellular foam idea, but can you consider this ... a cellular foam that gives us the multiverse would still occupy space, and in my thinking, space is infinite and eternal. Therefore, multiverse or not, every finite 'member' of the multiverse is part of the infinite whole. [posted at 49713 views]
...This detection indicates that the universe is like multi- cellular foam; so multiverse instead of universe....We can think possible processes for big bang cosmology. For example, if there is a single universe and after explosion if there are rotating and rolling motions; again, we will see the present status.After getting lumpy and emitting lights; visible universe may be mentioned.If we consider that the emitting points are marked on space (or light coordinate system) we can simultaneously see a same celestial object at two or more positions and in its different ages.
If you consider the big bang, if the singularity that was to become the universe via first expanding into umpteen particles, the entropy increase will be huge. We would go from a simply state to an extremely complex state in a very short time. An increase in entropy is endothermic. In the above case, this means a very rapid entropy based cooling of the universe. It also implies that the original energy needed for the expansion, had to be huge and maybe even overkill, to account for entropy as well as continued expansion. There is another way to expand the BB, that is much less entropy intensive and therefore much less endothermic. This scenario would require less energy up front to get the expansing going, making it more likely to happen. If the primordial atom split, like a mother cell, into two daughter cells, this implies less complexity and less energy needed for entropy. All else being equal, this is more likely to happen than the current atomization theory, based on energy needs.If this type of expansion continued, with daughter cells splitting into smaller and smaller daughter cells, we still get an expansion, but the energy does need to be all at once. At the limit, which appears to be the galaxy level, the final daughter cell singularities, undergo a more traditional BB expansion. This model could leave a black hole in the middle of galaxies. In this respect, relative to the standard theory, this final BB daughter cell stage would be like multiple universes, but the size of galaxies. These have been shown to expand relative to each other, as but as separate "universes". They are connected by powerful energy wave fronts from each other; turbulence and compression.
Big crunches grow through accretion as the force of gravity attracts matter and energy to fall toward them, where added material can go into elliptical orbits, or fall directly into the main mass.
Ummm...That sounds like an ever-growing black-hole to me !.🤔
Well... I wanna believe ! 😶
That's a pretty radical viewpoint ......
That's a pretty radical viewpoint ...As a non-physicist , I cannot refute such a possibility , but am unaware of it being propounded by world-class ones .🤔?