No Big Bang?

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No Big Bang?
« on: 14/12/2014 10:57:08 »
I'm new around here so first of all let me say "hello" to all the bright minds on this forum. I appreciate all your efforts for science.
The reason I'm here is because I need your help to build a theory around my ideas. I'll make a brief introduction, please apologise my mistakes and ignorance.
My idea comes to say "no" to the Big Bang. I believe everything starts in a singularity, a special particle in her own special world. Expansion, explosion and other similar events are meaningless in this world since there's no "outside". But our world is the result of her "internal" vibrations. The key is our little dot's time. I believe it is a 3 dimmensional time and we percieve her time as our space. This way, when we see 2 different particles in our world it is actually the same one in different moments of her time.
Interesting about this model is that in our world space is an internal property of objects (like electrical charge, but comes in 3 flavours since we percieve a 3 dimmensional space). The space we percieve is like the difference of potential. We might find a way to transform space in energy for instance, then we'll have a spaceship that heats up/lights up and moves, without the help of Newton's third law.
I created a new blog about this ideea ( newbielink: [nonactive]) you can find more details there. I'll try to keep it up to date with my progress.