posted on Feb, 15 2013 @ 01:56 AM
Originally posted by Wang Tang
I like the idea. I've always wondered the same thing.
But then how do we explain the supposed accelerating expansion of our universe?
What if prior to the Big Bang when everything was tightly packed together in one extremely dense and hot bunch, there were actually many of these
bunches all around each other that made up the atoms of a star in a different dimension (one scale up from us) and when the star hit supernova and
exploded, so did all those bunches (atoms) and everything went flying. So perhaps the expansion (movement) is taking place both in our universe, and
in the dimension one scale up from us...
And once the Big Bang and supernova occurred (which was simultaneous) things started to expand and cool off in both dimensions. Then planets began to
form with water, ice, and other cool elements, since perhaps our universe is now an atom moving in space in the dimension one scale up from us and so
on and so on... kind of like a "as above so below" type deal...
While we expand, so does the dimension one scale up from us. Both the star and the bunch prior to the Big Bang were stationary, and now there is
expansion in both dimensions...
Just a different way of looking at things...