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Originally posted by CyberGhost
nobody knows! those scientists are HUMAN! maybe they are more clever than you and me(no actually it's only you) but they cannot know it! there is absolutely NO WAY they can know it, nor they know how old is our universe or planet and how did it all start, the big bang is like peter pan, a tale!
The universe evolves to zero, the body of all states, in reference to the present, moves from the future to the past. Although zero has not previously played a major role in cosmological theories, it is commonly known that absolute zero is a boundary in physics and for the future of an expanding and cooling universe.
In the past there is a place where the universe would condense into a singularity, a point of unimaginable density, which many scientists consider to be the most ordered state possible in nature. Sometimes referred to as the Alpha State, this initial state of the universe is also a boundary in the realm of possible universes.
If we imagine both the alpha state and the omega state existing timelessly, we can imagine them like the front and back cover of a book, a book of all times, which tells the story of the universe. We can also imagine alpha and omega like the north pole and south pole of reality. Together alpha and omega are boundaries that we can visualize when we imagine all possibilities.
Originally posted by chimpchimp
wow thats an interestin way of putting it and it makes sence but i wonder if it does end/begin at one point do u think that that point would be the center of the universe or would it be the beggining of the universe??
New Theory: Universe Born in a Black Hole
By Robert Roy Britt
Senior Science Writer
posted: 09:45 am ET
17 September 2003
If black holes and the Big Bang befuddle you, try wrapping your brain around this one: The entire universe may have been created in an explosion inside a black hole. The standard model holds that the universe began about 13.7 billion years ago. The Big Bang is described not as an explosion so much as a rapid outflow of material from a point of nearly infinite density. In the proposed modification to the standard model, the Big Bang is an actual explosion, Temple explained today in a statement, and it occurs within a black hole in an existing space. The shock wave of the explosion is expanding into an infinite space. Temple also describes the whole scenario as a white hole, the theoretical opposite of a black hole because it tosses matter outward instead of pulling it in.
Full Article here:
Harvard M.D.Challenges Big Bang Theory
By Erik Baard
Special to SPACE.com
posted: 04:13 pm ET
23 May 2000
Banging on the Big Bang
Hydrinos also play a central role in Mills' alternative theory to the Big Bang, which he dismisses as "an academic fiction."
He instead characterizes the universe as endlessly oscillating between matter and energy over thousand-billion-year cycles, with finite set points. At only 13 billion or so years into the current cycle, "We're just at the beginning. The universe doesn't get much smaller than this," he said.
The conversion of matter into energy is the engine of space-time expansion, he posits.
Albert Einstein and others have shown that a mass creates a dimple in space-time. As that mass burns itself out, throwing off energy, that dimple formed by gravity is smoothed, causing the universe to expand, Mills explained.
"Matter, energy and space-time are conserved. They're interchangeable," Mills said.