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Well i think i was wrong about the torus, it would be like an expanding onion layer, with a gap too the next layer, but all expanding out due to the cushion of dark matter and other bits we cant see. Perhaps the big bang wasnt a bang it was just a constant pulse, dark matter when inverse wave and our viable matter on the up wave.
Originally posted by yourmaker
our entire universe could be the size of an atom for all we know. it works both ways.
size is relative. from our perspective it is infinite, but universally it could be atomic in nature.edit on 15-4-2012 by yourmaker because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by EmperorXyn
Ok, from my understanding from HS, there was only one big bang. What if space is even bigger than that one big bang, and a unlimited number of them happen throughout the universe. Of course it would easily be beyond anything we may ever see, but what do you all think? Seems like space keeps getting bigger and bigger the more we find out, I don't think this would be out of the realm of possibilities.
Originally posted by truthinfact
we simply cannot ponder such questions. Unless you are looking for more questions.