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Hi Nick,Where do I find your hypothesis?Bengt
However, it is interesting that in proper Qabbalism (not that deranged nonsense proselytised by such as Madonna) Ein Soph Aur equates rather nicely to quantum foam. It is the "Great Nothingness" from which everything ultimately emerges.
The big bang theory is just what it is, a theory.
After all, with a bang that big which supposedly created the universe, nothing could have lived.
And calculating the earth's age as billions of years old is really kind of far fetched (sorry Math is not my strong suite).
With the big bang theory I'm sure evolution would follow and then mutation.
Albeit mutation is true, but evolution and mutation are two different things.
Now back to the big bang. There is no big bang, if there was, we would be on our way to a singular linear path to the outer of whatever is beyond space.
No explosion could produce something that would make a planet or moon, to revolve another body.If someone could simulate, lets say a an explosion, no matter how big or small and make a pebble revolve around a rock, and stay that way for even an hour. I would be a firm believer of the big bang.
For as far as I know, explosions or bangs throws thing away from the center of the explosion, instead of making them revolve around other things.
It may be easier not to think of it as an explosion.
I think the name "big bang" can be very confusing for this reason.
the voting system has been corrupted..
Quote from: Dr. Junix on 29/06/2011 01:19:12the voting system has been corrupted..Could you please expand on that Dr J?
But regarding the expanding part of the big bang theory, why is it that instead of continually expanding outwards, some parts of the universe are actually collapsing inward, or imploding in other words.
or, say I have this other example. What if the universe is like a balloon. Constantly expanding, you may imagine the rubber is the edge yet it is invisible since we are tiny particle of air in the balloon. but it could be observable due to the fact that some particles bounce back inside that balloon when they hit the rubber (boundary). You can calculate the focal or center point by calculating the distance from one point of the balloon to the other.
But here's another theory here, the particles of air that make the balloon expand is not actually from the focal or center point but from somewhere, lets say from the hole in the balloon where someone is blowing. It is also detectable.