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  1. #1 Big Bang theory 
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    It may be possible that the big bang's hair due to the collapse of the universe. means that the present universe may start to contract and if the whole universe at one point (together) can cause a chemical reaction to the next big bang. This would re-created universe.

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    This idea has been suggested. However, the evidence suggests that the universe will continue to expand, ever faster, and so it will never be able to collapse.


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    It is possible that the expansion stops at some point. Studies that can not be estimated
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    Well one theory is that Dark energy creates negative energy density, which would in turn cause the universes expansion to accelerate. but when all of the negative energy density is used up the expansion will stop, gravity will be the dominating force and we will be pulled back together at an accelerating rate until we collapse into a sphere of energy....and voila! another big bang.
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    hmm i dont know if the big bang theory is correct i think something simialar to it could of happened just i think that there is so much more to learn about the subject! I think in the next 100 years or so a theory with no unanswered question's could appear? I mean theres no reason to get hard headed on one idea when we still have a lot of thinking things out to do :-D
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    Well the atom collider in switzerland is finally getting fired up to its full potential and that's bound to give us something. they're recreating post big bang circumstances. or at least some large event that caused the universe to be how it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by An inconvenient lie
    I think in the next 100 years or so a theory with no unanswered question's could appear?
    TO my knowledge this has never happened before at any time in mankind's history. What makes you think it will happen ever?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ophiolite
    Quote Originally Posted by An inconvenient lie
    I think in the next 100 years or so a theory with no unanswered question's could appear?
    TO my knowledge this has never happened before at any time in mankind's history. What makes you think it will happen ever?
    He may be talking about God.
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    Also it wouldn't be a theory if there were no unanswered questions, would it?
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    Probably the hardest part of the Big Bang for me is that itís supposedly the only uniqueness in the entire universe and for all of eternity. Nothing like it has ever happened before, nor will it ever happen again, and no counterpart exists (such as the Big Crunch).

    We have only a few centuries of modern scientific knowledge, and we donít know all of whatís out there (ie, dark matter, dark energy, black holes, etc) (and we don't even know what's at the earth's core), and with that, we're supposed to know what happened 14 billion years ago during almost infinitely short periods of time, and to know what will happen for time immemorial (ie, it wonít collapse, dissipate, etc).

    To me, itís fun to speculate, but ultimately, as with almost all astronomical science, my knowledge or ignorance of what may have happened billions of years ago does not impact my life one iota (except as being labeled a conformist or an outcast), and no one has any sort of control over any events predicted into the future on such an infinitely large scale.
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    Personally, I gravitate (pun intended) toward the idea that a black hole's increasing density ruptures into another, alternate universe. These ideas are what make studying the universe so fascinating.
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