posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 01:26 AM
Originally posted by AmatuerSkyWatcher
reply to post by phroziac
That's not what the CMBR says...
Im sorry, that was my opinion and not accepted fact and i should have said so. But, how do we know the cmbr is everywhere? We are nowhere near an
reply to post by NotAnAspie
Why was everything in existance in a singularity? Why is most of the united states completely empty, yet people in new york city are packed in like
ants and act like everyone lives that way?
How is there a vacuum in space? Why is it not filled with gas?
You do know about the cosmic speed limit? Theres stars in the sky that havent existed in thousands if not billions of years, but the light from their
destruction hasnt gotten here yet..... Theres also stars that have existed for thousands of years that we cant see yet.....the light from their
creation hasnt gotten here yet
So lets say the big bang happened now. Everything in the universe is in a 10 cubic mile cloud of plasma. But you have a way to instantly zoom to
somewhere a million light years away. But everything in the universe is only in that 10 mile cloud. The universe isnt old enough for anything to get
to where you are....
And you cant navigate through nothing anyway, try going out in the middle of lake michigan or an ocean and navigating without a compass...youll end up
driving your boat in circles.
It was a good question for you to ask though....
edit on 30-9-2012 by phroziac because: (no reason given)