reply to post by SplitInfinity
Hubble can only see out to 13.4 Billion Light Years. At this point of distance is what is known as the WMAP OR BACK GROUND RADIATION MAP. It is
a Wall of Microwave Radiation that is only 379,000 Light Years from the point of the Big Bang.
Basically...Beyond this point is an OCEAN of SUPER HEATED PLASMA that blocks all Light's progress. We cannot see beyond this. Split
Ty for that reply. That is quite compelling. May I ask, how big is that "ocean" of plasma? Surely it does not fill the sky? And if not, then it has
an edge, and therefore we can see to the left or right (past) the "ocean"?
I am not decrying the idea of a huge bang, but try not to put all my eggs in one basket. There may be many such with their own nuclei further than we
can currently see. Spread out as it were, where other singularities have blossomed and died, all out there beyond our own. In my minds eye that is the
next size of object in the chain. Whats bigger than a galaxy? A universe, right? And bigger than that is a universe filled with universes? Dunno any
more than everyone else.
Otherwise (and this is where my mind derails of the theory track) you have just one immensely big object in all that infinite space which surrounds
it. And since we can't see it from within it, how can we say with any certainty that this is all there is? Like trying to describe your house from
inside one of its rooms. And then nothing around your house? What about all the other houses down the street, in your town... the nation?
Still got that boundary in my mind: