posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 10:02 AM
The universe is not expanding, it is inflating. If the universe were expanding, more force would be be pulling it back than allowing it to continue.
You can do this with the elastic band test. Hold the elastic band between your index fingers at rest. Now exert force of expansion by pulling the
ends. See how it takes more force to expand than is in the force of the elastic band to contract. yet there is a constant increasing of force trying
to pull the elastic band back. Now, if thermodynamics is correct, then the force of expansion is equal to the force of contraction.
But since the universe is inflating, it means that at the source of this inflation, there is incoming force greater than the force of the surrounding
universe. In other words, something is emptying itself into our universe from somewhere else. Should that stop, inflation will stop but it will not
deflate. Should it flow back to where it came from, the universe would deflate. You can prove this with the balloon test. Take a ballon without air.
See how it is stable. Now begin to blow air into it and watch as it begins to inflate. When you stop blowing air into it it becomes stable. This is
My own theory on this is, that what we see as huge and awesome may be very tiny in another universe. we, that is, our universe may be an atomic
particle in some other universe.
What science needs to do is back-track to the point of time it all began and search that area for increased energy and mass. There you will find the
point where it flows into our universe.