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Quote from: Dave Lev on 22/04/2022 15:49:46As the big bang can't clearly cover the infinite universe in aSINGE bang,It can, but you don't understand it. I don't know if that's a fundamental problem, or just because you refuse to pay attention.
As the big bang can't clearly cover the infinite universe in aSINGE bang,
You forget the context above, which is about a cyclic model where all the universe crunches back down to a singularity again, at which point it has the same energy as it started since it has nowhere else to go. Explaining entropy on the other hand isn't so easy.
Please remember:1. The infinite universe was there long before the last bang that took place 13.8 by ago2. There is no way to bring new energy from outside of that infinite universe.3. In order to set a bang there is a need to crunch back the matter/energy to singularity -
Would that count as derailment here?
It looks like Dave is turning this into a duplicate topic of his Big Bang threads. Would that count as derailment here?
,,, but I think the mean position is "orderly, waiting for chaos", .130381,130425,
Would you mind posting a few words from your thoughts
about how unique life is in the universe, given an infinity of time and space.
For the most part, you seem to have gotten completely off track. None of your recent posts have been about multiple bangs or related theory. To be honest, I have little idea what you're currently proposing. You're just blogging random and mostly unrelated thoughts.
I'm going with the idea that there is only one universe, and Big Bang type events occur now and then, here and there, within that one infinite and eternal universe