Originally posted by jiggerj
Did a quick search, couldn't find it.
Now a quick question: If space and time was created at the moment of the Big Bang, what space did the expanding universe expand into?
Now, this is just for chat. I don't wanna see comments of go to school, click all these links, blah blah blah.
I'd like to read what you know, and if you don't know, then your opinion is still welcome.
all the energy of the big bang was expanded occupying nearly all the infinite space then it stop it's hot flash
growing to occupy near infinity with the space almost fully used up
At a point it reversed this inflation
seperating and dividing as the energy that once fueled its growth now began to drain the energy that allowed it to acheave such size and use of space
This drain which pulls the energy that composes all matters down or inwardly of itself
This is gravity and it is the defining force that drives time for each relative object coalescing the random assortment of matter into specific points
Gravity is a constant force on all matter the 3 other forces do not work with gravity but fight against it.
Electromagnetism weak and strong nuclear forces work to conserve the draining of energy from the universe we observe making every moment last as long as possible
The big bang's starting point is the every point since it was the largest point ever to exist in the universe