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The point is that the Infinite Spongy Universe (ISU) model accommodates elements of both the Big Bang cosmological model, and Quantum Field Theory.
The ΛCDM (Lambda cold dark matter) or Lambda-CDM model is a parametrization of the Big Bang cosmological model in which the universe contains a cosmological constant, denoted by Lambda (Greek Λ)…
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Good man ! Tolerance & under-standing be FUNdamental to a human society , I have , however , dialed back the biting humor . No more Rodney ! P.M.
Mr. Kryptid , It would need to be done according to my magic formula . It's really a tightrope system . Don't worry though , it won't be too long , blowing people up just to irradiate them will grow old quick . P.M.
The cosmological constant is to the declining energy density of space in Big Bang Theory, what vacuum energy density in both false and true vacuums is to the various levels of vacuum mentioned in Quantum Field Theory, with theory specific differences of course.
… Continued from previous postReply #431This content will soon be edited into the previous post and into the OP/early posts as part of the on-going update process of the ISU model.The ISU is a “From-the-Bottom-Up”, step-by-step ModelThe model can be said to start with a specifying definition of nothingness:Nothingness is no space, no time, no energy, and no potential for any space, time, or energy.Using that definition as the “bottom”, the first step is to derive a conclusion from the definition of nothingness, and that conclusion is that it is impossible for something to come from nothing. From that conclusion, we derive the concept that there was no beginning, i.e., the main premise of the model is that the universe as always existed.If you object to the definition of nothingness, or have an opposing argument to the conclusion I derive from the given definition, you are encouraged to reply.
Good day Mr Smiles My only real argument with your notion, what are we considering when you say Universe? I assume you mean matter included in which I disagree. I consider an infinite space of nothingness that contains no thing, however the space can be seen as some thing, it is space. How do you derive that matter always existed ?
For the record, I have used the word “spherical” about 75 times in this thread (so far), lol.
Quote from: Bogie_smiles on 30/09/2017 16:00:39For the record, I have used the word “spherical” about 75 times in this thread (so far), lol. It is hard to represent spherical oscillations in a diagram or animation . Our ideas are very similar .