posted on Jul, 4 2003 @ 08:24 PM
Ugh no...the Big Bang did not come from a Singularity.
Not the way you describe it anyways, please do not link "Black holes" to white holes, white holes do not exist, there are no such things.
Anyways...the idea of the Universe forming from a singularity is preposturous, as before the Big Bang there were no dimensions of space.
Therefore a universe could not have been created in any "place"...any time is debatable, but it could be assumed that there is no "time" either
before the big bang.
So before the big bang there is literally nothing.
(Think of being born, your mother dying in child-birth, and you being raised by trees...finally at the age of 40 being alone with just trees and rocks
and dirt, you ask yourself..."Where the hell did I come from?")
The best theory, but also the most confusing I've heard of, is the "Braine" theory...named after the man who came up with it.
I think it is in some way tied to string theory.
But he basically says that two "braines" a fabric of space if you will...collided and the energies of the collision (opposite equal reactions) would
send them apart in the opposite directions, the universe being formed in between the two braines.
Last I read it was being wondered whether it would be oscillating or not.
Frankly, I don't believe the universe is "expanding".
Because the universe is not created in any point in space, it IS space, we can't comprehend with the mind what's beyond space//time. So technically
we aren't "expanding", but rather the volume as we know it is increasing.
Does this mean an expansion?
If our speed is proportional to time, then the radius of the universe is not a distance but a time...15 billion years.
The volume coicides with the velocity x time, not a physical distance.
We are no larger now than we were before, though we can say that in the first trillionth of a second I think it was, the universe was the size of a
Grape fruit of now...
However, this isn't a "physical" way of looking at it but a conceptual way.
A way to look at it to remove the idea of "expansion and space".
Because you can't expand into nothingness, a vaccum is not nothing, it has dimensions and time...
We won't be any further from the point we're at now...but objects will be farther from us. In the future.
Like-wise they won't be any further from their current location, but we'll be farther from them.
Because of TIME.
It is this "physical" necessity of space, that makes us think we are expanding distantly.
But we are really just expanding Temporally...the distance is all apart of the math that governs our universe.
In fact what would be an equation to determine the distance between 2 objects based on time.
Either way, all I'm saying is remove yourselves from the idea of space and distances, and start thinking on the scale of time and speeds.
Speed being a constant expression of energy used in a certain amount of time.
So technically, nothing is moving...it is all energy used in a given amount of time.
I want to hear some comments on this before I write more about it...the theory is bubbling in my mind but I'll just go in circles without outside
inputs, questions, and debates on what has been brought up already.