« on: 04/03/2022 15:25:35 »
And after the Big Bang, there are scenarios that explain the expanding observable universe, a universe that seems to have no center because the expansion seems to be accelerating in all directions. But then, an infinite and eternal universe would have no center, would it.
The observation of the universe expanding relative to the galaxies, could be explained as a simple action and reaction. The galaxies are lowering gravitational potential, as stars form and atoms are created. This lowering of gravitational potential is exothermic; energy output. a reflected reaction to this action would mean the opposite should happen; absorbing energy and gravitational potential increasing; expansion, relative to all the big sources of action; galaxies.
I could never figure out why the traditions blindly assumes space-time can expand. lead, and be the source of action, that then lead matter as the reaction. It is far easier to have matter leading space-time through action and reaction in the lab; add to take away mass or increase density. Has anyone ever got space-time to expand first, in the lab, without using any form of matter? Has anyone ever seen dark energy in the lab, to see if this works in the lab?
If you look at rotations, such as in spiral galaxies, a rotation will create a centrifugal force, the force vector of which is in the opposite the direction of the galactic center of gravity. Rotation of spiral galaxies add up to part of the gravitational action and reaction of spiral galaxies. The galaxies are lowering gravitation potential, with more turns of the spiral; more centrifugal force vector, means faster internal action over time.
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