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quote:Originally posted by dont_panicIf the universe is indeed still expanding [i feel proven by red shift] then what happens when it starts to fall back in on its self? How long will it take to collapse back in on its self? will it reach a terminal velocity on its collapse or just keep accelerating?
quote:Originally posted by ukmickyRather than create a new topic i thought i would bung this in here As the big bang was supposed to of happened at all points of space of an already infinite universe at the same time rather than in one location, where's all the visible light that must of been created gone, shouldn't some of it still be travelling towards us . we can detect the radition from the big bang st by turning on our televisions but why cant we see the visible light that must have been created at the same timeMichael