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...The ISU is a theory/model which describes how he universe was already in existence. I think that the expansion and the rarefaction of the macro waves create the matter in this model. Unfortunately for you, I do not personally believe some of your theory but I have to say, the way you put it across is very convincing and I am sure that with a little bit of tweaking, I might be able to accept it.
I get what you are saying about the waves bit I think the universe had a beginning. ...
Hi, My first reason is that I think that God created the universe. However, he might have created the big bang as a way to create the universe.
My second reason is that everything has a starting point. For example, food will not automatically appear on your plate when you want it. You have to work to get the money to buy the food. The food is created from the source, which is the crops/animals. The crops/animals have their source too; the atoms from the big bang and from God.This is what I think but you do not have to think that. I understand.
...Lastly, do you by any chance have a personal link/ contact with the naked scientists or know anyone that does?
Maybe, God is immanent (which means actively involved in our lives and sustaining the universe). This does fit into the context. Also, I like how you presented it and switched it around. Good choice of words.
The keys to understanding the ISU model are to be sure you really think about what "infinite and eternal" mean when it comes to the universe.
...That answer is that there was no beginning; the universe has always existed.QuoteSupposing that is true, would it make any difference?I think so, because in an infinite and eternal universe, big bangs would be normal events, resulting in expanding Big Bang arenas that would converge and interact. (Look out for incoming, Lol)72613,72705,72767,72884,72927,72933,72951,73131,73207,
Supposing that is true, would it make any difference?I think so, because in an infinite and eternal universe, big bangs would be normal events, resulting in expanding Big Bang arenas that would converge and interact. (Look out for incoming, Lol)72613,72705,72767,72884,72927,72933,72951,73131,73207,
No one seems to doubt that infinite and eternal are two logical characteristics of the universe.