posted on Apr, 15 2012 @ 01:29 PM
Very interesting thread, tough topic though. If I read right, the voids that were found were cold regions in the sky. Cold as is cold temperature in
microwaves. Which means there is little to no mass in that region. Nothing in that region giving off radiation in any form, and nothing really there
to reflect radiation or inhibit the travel of said radiation.
That makes me think of a large galaxy rather close by, with great gravity from a really massive star and massive planets around that. The void may be
explained by the force from that sun taking in most if not all of the resources and matter in that section. Thus, leading to most if not all mass
being sucked away from that region, creating a void as they say.
This picture is a 5year WMAP data map. It shows all the cold spots, hot spots, lukewarm spots based on microwave radiation, CMB is light emitted
after recombination after the Big Bang. So to say that is light released and traveling in the universe that is just now reaching our telescopes. The
WMAP map shows patterns of density and radiation. The pattern that I see, is like that of a pond. The waves that move around the surface when the
surface is disturbed, is what I imagine in space. But instead of only moving when the surface is disturbed, it's always happening, in real-time. The
matter and mass of space is constantly accelerating due to forces of those great mass structures, and also force from small mass structures. But the
greater force wins, looking at our current physics. So this map is expected, due to the way forces interact with each other. So these voids seem
fairly common in the multiverse, right? Maybe not one this massive as the lady stated, predicted and found. This void seems to me as just proof of the
particle-wave duality theory.
Maybe, just maybe, all matter moves and transverses as a wave, but is viewed on the smallest scale as a particle?
And about the parallel universe theory attached to this, what exactly did she "prove" that clearly reveals the existence of parallel universes?
Maybe I'm missing something out of what I read, I will re-read, but the only thing I can see about parallel universes is maybe another universe
existing in the whole multiverse. Or is that the whole idea? I mean we are very small in the grand scale? Whose to say OUR universe and how we
perceive it is the one and only universe in all of Space.