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originally posted by: deadlyhope
Firstly, while this thread is not about how gravity works, I want to mention how I believe it works. Basically I believe gravity is a form of magnetism, that the circular motion within atoms cause the generation of an electro-magnetic field, a field that expands/becomes stronger the more atoms that are in an area - Thus meaning things with greater mass/density ( more atoms ) have a stronger gravitational pull.
Ignore the theory about gravity or don't, either way...
I believe the reason our universe is expanding faster is because it's getting closer to other universes - It's naive to think that space is infinite, and this tiny universe ( tiny compared to infinity ) we live in is the only one that exists. Therefore, I believe that as our universe expands more, it is pulled by these other universes more. Within this theory is the theory that our universe doesn't just comprise of "original material " so to speak, but rather also contains material from other universes that expanded and got sucked in by our own, thus the material of a universe never is only made up of one, but rather many others.
Our universe could very well be having the same effect on another Universe - I mean, imagine how much of a magnetic pull billions of lightyears of material would generate - Imagining that there could be a black hole at the center of our universe, but that instead of just our own universe sinking into it, others are - and when it contains more than it can hold, and becomes unstable, BOOM. Something like the Big Bang happens - Possibly simultaneously sending previous remnants of our universe flying outward, and creating a new universe.
Food for thought, at least. Tell me what you think!
originally posted by: malmanomar
a reply to: deadlyhope
Perhaps you'll find this two part TV mini-series interesting:
New to ATS. I find some parts a bit too 'clever'. Like now, I pressed the insert YouTube-button, and I was asked to insert the YouTube-video nuber. What's that??
So I insert the links below as well if I did something wrong above by just adding the adresses. A very interesting documentary, I think.