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The simple Big Bang they modeled produced two universes, one a mirror of the other.
originally posted by: UncleTomahawk
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: LookingAtMars
Funny you should mention that. I spent yesterday working on getting a frozen bolt out of my outboard motor. Torch worked wonders but nothing exploded.
ever heard the term thermal expansion
An explosion starts somewhere, not everywhere.
An explosion expands into something.
Pretty brave using a torch on aluminum to remove stainless steel bolt. It takes a fine touch to do that. Let's hope you did not create some tiny stress fractures that you will only find at the wrong time.
originally posted by: LookingAtMars
The expansion after the simulated Big Bang didn’t just happen in one direction, but two. The simple Big Bang they modeled produced two universes, one a mirror of the other. In one universe, time appears to run forwards. In the other, time runs backwards, at least from our perspective.
Big Bang May Have Created a Mirror Universe Where Time Runs Backwards
I don't think there was a big bang, but if there was I don't see how this would work. How do you run backwards right after the big bang happened?
Was the mirror universe created at the point where our universe ends and then runs backward to the big bang happening? That doesn't make much sense. I think their simulation is flawed.