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quote: I would guess that if you added up all the "spin" in our universe it would sum to zero somehow
quote:But if it was, could the spin account for the expansion of the universe rather than dark matter
Could all that interior motion cause the universe to spin or maybe it could of started to spin due to the effects of the big bang when it was created?. I have no idea how they would be able to tell as i presume you would need an outside reference point to determine if i were. But if it was, could the spin account for the expansion of the universe rather than dark matter
Only by accepting that our Universe is one of many which are of course unobservable can the concept of spin have any meaning.Spin can only be relative to something else as by the common definition that the Universe is all there is there can be no spin.
If Machs principle is indeed being violated does it mean that we are one universe in a multiverse and the other universes although unobservable are still exerting an influence on us.