posted on May, 11 2014 @ 07:17 PM
It is possible that you could be right. You have to remember, we are looking at things from the inside out. Our solar system could be a big atom
like complex. The galaxy could be a complex molecule. If we imagine it from being so tiny, it appears to be sheetlike. Could also be a leaf or just
a crystaline structure growing in a sheet. From where we are in this universe it would almost be impossible to know for sure.
The big bang theory....I don't think it is right, if there was a big bang, the explosion would blow things in all directions, not a plane. If there
is a magnetic field holding it together, what is structuring this field, where are the poles. If it is thermal, then why are there differences to
form the thermal. It just does not sound right without a reason for the formation. Things form in reoccurant patterns based on their molecular
makeup. What structures this, it isn't random. The universe is not random, it is structured.
Putting out possibilities keeps our minds going, but face it, we could never comprehend something this big. It is probably structured like something
we see in this world. We just can't see it all from outside.
S&F for trying to think on your own. By the way, don't mention your theory in the real world, most people believe in the big bang theory nowadays,
they will think you are crazy for trying to think outside the box.
edit on 11-5-2014 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)