a reply to: nugget1
I have my answers for those already.
What do you think the universe looks like when you leave it?
I think it looks a bit like a galaxy, or a black hole. But it has fields of particles circling it and a small gap of nothing between it and the other
What do you think the structure is?
That of a infinite wheel (like Ezekiel's wheel but energy)
How do you think it was formed ?
I don't believe in the big bang theory. Not until they figure out how two particles came to be inside infinite nothingness.
I suppose our universe (not the first universe) came to be as a result of the death of another (like a supernova) which then collided with other
particles (from another universe). The two were antimatter and positive matter universes, when they would cancel eachother out and create more energy.
That would be the only time there would be enough energy to make another. Energy relies on energy to exist, so there had to already be something for
us to be. Perhaps dark matter interacting with antimatter.
Do you think it was created by a intelligent being.
No but i believe it to be a intelligent being.
Do you think there are other universes?
Yes, there has to be, or there would be no energy for us to exist. (But, There doesn't have to be a universe, but there has to be some other pool of
If so do they affect eachother in anyway?
I believe they can. But i think they would have to collide with eachother to do so, or emit particles from the inside to the out. (like a cell can) I
think they can cause great alteration to occur, such as whole areas of the universe being wiped out. But, when that occurs something would take its
place. (due to energy transfer) But it would occur so slow (or so fast) that we would never realize it ever happened anyway.
I just wanted to know what everybody else thought