posted on May, 31 2014 @ 09:19 AM
Very interesting. But even this is just a theory, we cannot really know what we are seeing from this tiny dot in space. I suppose it doesn't hurt
to believe in something, after all most people believe in god.
Now, I look into the sky at night and just see something miraculous. I don't care if it is expanding, it is beautiful. It doesn't matter to me
what theories people make of it to enjoy the view. I learned many constalations when I was young and look for them. I like the big dipper, a
combination of stars that look like a pot. They don't really look like a pot, we associate the combination with something we are familiar with...a
pot. It doesn't matter, from our point of perspective we like seeing things we know so create this sequence in our head because we are told what it
looks like. You can see what you want, I can see what I want. Either way we only see what we think is real, we cannot comprehend what really is
anyways. The universe could be just growing somehow, it does not have to have been caused by an explosion. Everything is connected by energy bonds,
as the bonds weaken we move farther apart, if the strengthen we then move closer. Too strong and a black hole is created, this may form some
I prefer to just enjoy the view instead of making up theories...even though I just did. My theories are not accepted by most people though, they want
to believe science can actually figure everything out. Although what science has discovered is great, they will never be able to figure out the
universe correctly unless they luck out.