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Obviously your original dot has expanded, but has it spread across the balloon?
QuoteObviously your original dot has expanded, but has it spread across the balloon?Modern Big Bang theories include a period of "...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
REGISTER or LOGIN", where the universe expanded from a size much less than the size of a proton to the size of a grapefruit.Assuming you cannot draw a dot smaller than an atom, then your initial dot would cover the entire universe.
Since sound doesn't travel through space there could not have been a big bang
I don't get this "no center of the center of the universe" thing.If I take an elastic band ….
Since sound doesn't travel through space there could not have been a big bang 
I think the problem arises when mathematicians try to define a model and if there is no maths to calculate where the center is, then by default the theoretical model is going to conflict with our intuitive ideas of a center.