posted on Apr, 24 2014 @ 12:32 PM
originally posted by: brazenalderpadrescorpio
a reply to: minkmouse
I agree. I think that the OP should reconsider the difference in circumstances of the big bang and a nuclear explosion. Star and...star?
And this brings us to yet another question: what was the universe exploding out INTO during the big bang? Vacuum? A state of non-existence on a higher
degree than simply "vacuum"?
Supposedly it would not have been a "bang" as it would have been soundless for more than one reason, first being that no air was present for sound
to travel through and also, during the big bang matter supposedly traveled faster than not only sound, but light itself.
Is it even possible to IMAGINE being an Outside Observer of the big bang? Do we even know enough science to know what it would have looked like let
alone if such a perspective existed to allow one to view it taking place and even if it were possible to imagine it, would our imagination even come
close? In many simukations, it appears that we are allowed to see objects, before the light could reach your eyes from where they have "you"
situated in relation to "the universe, banging"
That's forgiveable. How else can they show us what it looks like right? But what if there are other errors in the way something would be viewed
across such a strange medium? And without knowing how physics work in this strange state of universe and how it reacts to "non-universe" as it
expands ever outward, there is not much to grasp as far as what shape it would create.
It would be cool to know all that stuff and it is both fun and useful to try to imagine it, and I thought the mushroom idea was kinda cool!