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**New Theories / Re: If there was one Big Bang event, why not multiple big bangs?**

« **on:**23/07/2018 21:10:34 »

The conversation looks pretty good. The total universe in all dimensions always existed in one form or another. The problem is the statement that we have Invarient Natural Laws. This is only partially true and eliminates an infinite number of natural laws that can occur in the total universe. It is true that many configurations of universes can occur that you would not recognize.

Even in our universe for constant light speeds, all the other constants can and will vary. Thus in my analysis, the gravitational constant approaches zero at big bang and infinity as the universe stretches outward toward maximum radius. Today we live in a very linear portion of space time. You cannot readily write the laws of non-linear space time. If you include everything, then fine. The total universe of all possible light speeds and dimension always existed and always will exist.

Even in our universe for constant light speeds, all the other constants can and will vary. Thus in my analysis, the gravitational constant approaches zero at big bang and infinity as the universe stretches outward toward maximum radius. Today we live in a very linear portion of space time. You cannot readily write the laws of non-linear space time. If you include everything, then fine. The total universe of all possible light speeds and dimension always existed and always will exist.