posted on Aug, 24 2007 @ 03:41 AM
Originally posted by UM_Gazz
Wouldn't it be interesting if it was found to be growing at an exponential rate?
Eventually consuming all matter in the universe, compressing it and reaching critical in time exploding into the birth of a new universe?
The repeating big bang, maybe we have been here before millions of times already.
Interesting submission Quantum_Squirrel.
The Earth is trully going to end soon.... i agree with Gazz!!!...
Yes, it is only naive of men to think there is only one beginning and one end.
The Universe/muiltiverses have been envisioned by many as eternal, always changing from one form to another. One cycle begins right after another
cycle has ended, and a new cycle begins.
When it comes to this imo Hannes Alfven was right, alongside some other scientists.
"There is no rational reason to doubt that the universe has existed indefinitely, for an infinite time," Alfven explained. "It is only myth
that attempts to say how the universe came to be, either four thousand or twenty billion years ago."
Anyways, as to what this is, who knows, we might never know.
Our preconceptions of the Universe/multiverse has been changing as the Universe/multiverse has been showing us events "which were not supposed to
Not many years ago scientists didn't believe that a star could be a rogue and be travelling at unimaginable speeds which allows them to escape
gallaxies. These stars are known as 'Runaway stars" or "Hypervelocity stars".
Our knowledge of the Universe/Multiverse will probably continue to change, and we might even find out much of what we thought of science that was
thought to be written down in stone, could very well be shown to be wrong in the future.
It is only naive of mankind to think to know everything there is to know about the universe/multiverse, we barely understand the processes which
control our own planet, and much of Earth has not even been explored.
[edit on 24-8-2007 by Muaddib]