posted on May, 26 2009 @ 07:12 PM
Originally posted by DaMod
reply to post by SugarCube
Time would not be the only thing that takes a beating. Gravity bends space. You cannot conclude that gravity would play no part especially in
association of matter at that scale and that theoretical density. Space time would bend alright.
You cannot say gravity did not play a role because you just do not know these things. However we do know that gravity associates itself with matter.
If a supermassive star can create a black hole, why couldn't a super massive mass of subatomic particles pressed together under the immenseness of
all the matter contained in the universe?
Why is everybody always picking on me.
[edit on 22-5-2009 by DaMod]
id like to say i enjoy the thread and have been reading it off andf on for a couple days. . . . id just like to adress this statement
in the singularity before the big bang there was no space time to distort space time is a result of teh big bang. . . . so unlike a black hole
cingularity that bends space time a big bang singularity is not a black hole doesnt have an event horizon and contains all of space time within itself
therefore there is no gravity distortion of space time because there is no space time to distort
the big bang would have not only all space time in the singularity but also all the fundemental forces would become one super force so there would be
no chemical reactions as each element would all become one unified element
this is often reffered to in physics as the "primordial atom" instead of the singularity. . . . upon the expansion of the primordial atom the super
force became the 4 fundemental forces of gravity, the weak and strong nuclear forces, and the electromagnetic forces we observe today..
and until the forces were divided it was impossible for sub atomic particles to take on all these forces seperately and begin to form atoms and the
matter we see i the universe
hope that was fairly clear. . .
[edit on 27-5-2009 by constantwonder]