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I wonder if the misunderstood dark energy is part of PAST recycled materials?
Originally posted by Rocketman7
You see the arrow of time is outward in the direction of the expansion of the universe,
Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul
Fairly old news - the theory published in november 2010 - even that Daily Mail published it back then - so I don't know why they are recycling it 18 months later??
There have been a number of interesting articles published on the theory since - wired scienceedit on 11-6-2012 by Aloysius the Gaul because: (no reason given)
our case we found that the rings are in all the simulations, so they’re just a feature of the standard model,” Wehus said. “It’s not a signature of new physics.”
Originally posted by Sinny
I don't like to think of how the universe came to be. It makes my head hurt
Like, what created the very first thing.. Ever? And what created that? And so on lol
The physical universe began not with a primordial Big Bang but with a monumental collision with another universe, a bold new theory suggests. And unlike the older Big Bang cosmological model, the Big Collision surmises that time and space existed long before our universe exploded into physical reality. According to the scientists, the universe began as a three-dimensional void in a higher-dimensional space. Attracted to another such universe, the two lined up and bumped into each other along their surfaces.
Originally posted by Infi8nity
I think its crazy, at this point of time to say that you know how the universe started. There are so many different frequency spectrum that our 5 senses and equipment cannot pick on.
Originally posted by 3NL1GHT3N3D1
My thought has always been that everything in the universe has an opposite. A yin always has a yang so to say. If there are black holes, there must be an opposite form, or a white hole. If a black hole sucks all light into it, then a white whole would have to do the exact opposite, or emit light. What if stars are the counterpart to black holes within the universe, and maybe whenever a supernova occurs and creates a black hole, somewhere else in the universe a star is born? I may be a long ways off, but food for thought.