0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
like moon gravitationally bound to earth, earth to sun,sun to milky way ,milkyway to andromeda....likewise i think all matter in universe would be connected to eachother if we could get get to see the bigger picture of universe ?
We can't prove that Newton's law of gravity is perfect at all distances.
I believe the foamy texture of galaxy clusters, shown in your attached image, minimizes gravitational potential energy on the scale of about 10^24 m. Beyond that, there don't seem to be any gravitationally bound structures. I don't think the answer to your question is knowable, but I suspect the answer might be NO. Proponents of big bang theory may disagree with me. They refuse to admit the long list of things they're assuming.
i think the proponents of big bang agree with you because it says in big bang theory that 'space itself expands' only between unbound structures ...
I think the proponents of big bang agree with you because it says in big bang theory that 'space itself expands' only between unbound structures....
... that is why i specifically asked this question if all matter in the universe is bounded farther galaxies doesn't recede faster than speed of light as proposed by big bang cosmology.