posted on Feb, 22 2009 @ 07:02 PM
reply to post by DarkSide
Why is this not possible?
The universe is said to be expanding due to the level light given off by the explosion of certain white dwarf stars that have taken a certain amount
of gas from a dying red giant, which are locked into orbit with each other. The level of light from all these explosions are exactly the same due to
the 1.44 tipping point, therefore the dimmer the light the further away it has traveled.
This only suggests that it is moving away from us, like our own moon is moving away from us.
If our own moon is moving further out of orbit with the earth couldn't these stars be moving further away from their original orbit within their own
galaxy which orbits around the super massive black hole at it's center. Making the theory of many universes being in an orbit with something unknown
to us possible.
I am only a mere Articulated Truck driver so I'm probably wrong but it is something i have considered myself and as yet any theory is possible. Take
Black Holes for example, fiction which is now fact!