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Hi guys, am I correct in saying that our universe is expanding outwards rather than inwards ?And if so, is it expanding in any particular direction ? I'm thinking that if it was then could we determine exactly where the event known as the big bang originated ?thanks, DERYN
Forget the balloon analogy, as its not even a correct analogy. Most likely the universe doesn't even have a spherical shape at all, but has some geometry to it like a saddle, for a quick instance.
It seems quite conclusive. I see myself arguing with a lot of people here on this subject now.With data being processed, all evidence seems to show our universe is almost flat. Now with the observable universe expanding faster than light, things truely are being panned out like flatbread. If also we are to believe we had an inflationary phase to the universe, this surely would have also flattened our early universe considerably.
Quantum Clue, you say the universe is expanding 'faster than light'. That relates to the rest of my question. Can in fact anything travel faster than light ?Deryn
Can in fact anything travel faster than light?
I forgot to mention, tachyon condensate exists