« on: 08/03/2018 12:51:43 »
Einstein based SR and GR on a finite universe.
Somewhere alone the line with calculations that was disproven.
You're suggesting the BB happened initially at light speed, and then "spacetime" didn't speed up and leave light behind?
SR and GR in its perfect form was not BB adjusted. The BB came through marrying the CMBR with the red shift effect.
Talking about matter being observed to condense into nothing when it still exists is nonsene. Why not say we live in a world of apparition in the stars?
What I said is the observed faster than the speed of light expansion is a result of something more fundamental.
For example, say we could travel in a rocket at the speed of light; hypothetically. This is not allowed by SR, but this is hypothetical.If we look out the window we will see the entire universe appeared to be contained on a point-instant.
We then put on the brakes and decelerate to earth speed in 1 second. If you looked out the window, during this deceleration, the universe would appear to expand faster than the speed of light. The universe is not doing anything, per se, but this is what we will see, because the rocket ship is decelerating. You could place a camera in the window and record this visual, but it is not real in the sense of happening to the universe.
What I said is if this initial deceleration from C to inertial was preserved in the universe, secondary affects will appear. You will see relative reference affects from time=0+ than have been preserved in space-time.
Relative to the rocket decelerating, we can see the universe expand only from its windows for a 1 second time interval. Beyond that we will not see anything. From the preserved traces of the original expansion in reference; analogous to a slow down from C, we can look out all the windows of the universe and see the same thing. The trace evidence is everywhere, preserved by time and energy.