« on: 08/05/2017 22:47:56 »
For several reason, one of which is honestly due to personal preference. But the better case for this position, revolves around the significant possibility that space/time is indeed flat and that position lends support to the infinite model. If that be the case, then it demands no special need for a singular big bang. The lesser case has do with my position on determinism, and as many have questioned, "What was before so what caused the Big Bang"? I prefer to take the position that in an infinite universe, there is no need for a beginning. Infinite in time, infinite in scope, and infinite in possibilities. Besides, with the choices we have, the best two are "The Big Bang" and "The Infinite Model" and I just prefer the latter.I question the Big Bang and prefer a universe which is infinite and filled with an infinity of lesser such bangs rendering a homogenous CMBR that only appears to have been created by a single eventWhy?