posted on Apr, 6 2013 @ 06:27 AM
Originally posted by charles1952
Foolish question. I thought in space, with no air molecules, you couldn't hear anything. And if you were inside the Big Bang, anything resembling a
listening device would be destroyed. Help me out?
Not a foolish question at all. I believe the sound would be emitted at the instant that the big bang was created and shortly after, releasing all
matter and energy through space. Think of the white hole that started the big bang as a bell, and when the bell is rung (when the white hole releases
all its energy) the matter emitted creates a pendulum like effect, sound is emitted by matter colliding back and forth as it expands from the event
horizon. The waves/matter released from the big bang would be so quick, if you blinked you would miss it. If you could somehow be observing.
Yes anything resembling a listening device would be sub-atomic particles or smaller inside a black hole. Your listening to the big bang as it happens
not right before. I hope that answers your question.
Debate continues over the fact that white holes even exist. I think there must be some duality to the fact of white holes and black holes. Such a
magnificent display of power from a white hole must give some the idea that a greater being than ourselves is at work.
edit on 6-4-2013 by
IronVelvet because: (no reason given)