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Yes, when I say infinite space, I'm referring to the fabric of space/time……..But beyond the limits of the finite universe there is nothing….
The only thing I know is that the finite universe Is a sphere which exists in the infinite universe, I can only assume that Both aspects of the universe are infinite (in time) while only one aspect is (infinite in size) time and gravity are not direct properties of the fabric of space, it's the result of the interaction between the finite universe and the infinite universe.
This thread seems to be veering way off the mainstream physics track and into new theories. If you guys want to keep going on non-mainstream ideas regarding the fundamental forces and nature of the universe, I can move it to New Theories. If if you'd rather keep it here, I'd just ask that you keep it to mainstream ideas.Thanks!
JefferyHI said nothing about Isotopes, I simply said that the stars destroy protons in the process of fusion. The protons are turned into energy (that's were the huge amount of energy is released from) the stars eject those electrons via solar winds, If the big bang created equal amounts of protons and electrons in the beginning then just one fusion reaction would create an imbalance.overtime more fusion reactions occurred creating more of an imbalance. until the imbalance reaches what we have today. Individual atoms will become - charged thus the attraction force of those atoms is greatly increased because of electric attraction to neutral atoms. But the charged atoms repel each-other keeping those atoms from getting too close. But a majority of the - charge will remain as free electrons because there isn't enough atoms to go around. so those free electrons hang around galaxies waiting to charge an atom.alan hessI see were your logic comes from but I think you miss understand were the gravity waves come from. the gravity waves came from "the super universe sized black hole before the big bang" what scientists call the singularity, The big bang didn't "create" everything because that would violate the first law of thermodynamics. all the matter and light in the universe was contained inside this big o black hole, it's gravity was more powerful then every black hole and star in the universe combined. when it was all converted into energy in an instant (when the big bang occurred) that huge gravity field just disappeared warping space like ripples in a pond. That's were the gravity waves came from.as for you saying there was more dark matter then dark energy a long time ago you are mistaken in the way you worded it. There was more "matter" in the universe at that time the imbalance had-dent really effected much so there was not that much dark matter/imbalance but as the universe lost mass from fusion then dark energy/gravity waves were more effective because there was less mass plus thing were more spread out allowing for the entire gravity wave to effect matter.. you must also realize that these gravity waves are huge, billions of light years across and as you ride the wave it's intensity changes depending on what part of the wave your riding. we are probably near the bottom of a wave were space is most spread out.