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  1. #1 Theory About Possible Beggining Of The Universe 
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    I have been doing research recently, and I think I may have come up with a semi-plausible theory that explains some of the shortcomings of the Big Bang, most notably problems with the singularity. Please note in advance that I do not have the ability to mathmatically calculate this theory at all, and this is an idea that I do not expect to be perfect, or even close; it's just an idea.

    If we accept M-theory (and therefore string theory) to be correct, and that it is possible for the membranes of m-theory have different physics from one another, my theory states that if we had an incredibly small and dense object such as a singularity, it would be possible that if two different membranes with different physics hit each other with the singularity in the center, the physics that the singularity goes through is made up of two different physics crashing together. This would cause a period of physics that are screwed up beyond anything we could imagine, and would also produce a whole lot of energy, enough to possibly cause the singularity to expand into our universe. My theory would also explain why General Relativity seems to break down when we go back to the time before the big bang, and the faster-than-light travel that theoretically took place during cosmic expantion (as this is obviously violating Gereral Relativity). Of course, after this breif period, the physics of our universe normalize, resulting in the physics we know today.

    Any thoughts, comments, criticism would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks 8)


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    If you accept BBT, you are saying, something very small at one time about 14-15 Billion years ago existed and for all practical purposes was the current universe in another form and under a different set of any physics or laws of science...For some reason that this thing, began to expand, changing its character while cooling. If nothing existed outside this thing, space was created by the expansion, where could anything else have existed.

    *Q* has argued your point to some extent, or indicated an outside force could be responsible for expansion and have brought up an older post for you to check out (Another attack)...

    My personal OPINION, is that the Universe has always existed. Infinite in time and an infinite future will happen. All that makes up what we see or know as matter has also always been, probably much in the same way it does today or in a 1000 billion years, but this is not material to existence. Space did not come from anything and is as it is in our universe, to the limits of an imagination. As you approach the limits of our universe matter thins, to the point of an atom per per square mile or less. There may or may not have other concentrations of matter (multi-verse) tho this has nothing to do with our existence.


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    I suppose I should have explained myself a bit more. I believe that space is infinite, and our universe is only a small cluster of matter in it, which is one area that I strongly dissagree with the Big Bang. With that in mind, there is no problem with outside forces affecting the singularity. Whether or not space always existed is purley speculation at this point in time, but I do not think that our universe always existed, at least in it's current state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackson33
    As you approach the limits of our universe matter thins, to the point of an atom per per square mile or less.
    cubic mile? :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by overlordbob
    I suppose I should have explained myself a bit more. I believe that space is infinite, and our universe is only a small cluster of matter in it, which is one area that I strongly dissagree with the Big Bang. With that in mind, there is no problem with outside forces affecting the singularity. Whether or not space always existed is purley speculation at this point in time, but I do not think that our universe always existed, at least in it's current state.
    BBT predicted the existence of the CMBR, and did so with spectacular accuracy - there is no other current explanation for the CMBR other than universal cooling around 13-15 billion years ago (because the CMBR comes to earth from every point in space, and the fact that the light is microwaves tells us the time) past a point where electrons stop moving freely and start orbiting atoms - this is at a very high temperature, and these results are at odds with a "small cluster" in an infinite universe.
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    I don't really see why CMB would be at odds with my theory. I agree that the matter and energy in our universe expanded originally at extremley high tempuratures, and that our universe eventually cooled. It would be expected that an expansion of our universe combined with the energy released by two membranes crashing together would create a lot of heat, and the cooling that would logically take place after this would cause the creation of CMB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pianoforte
    Quote Originally Posted by overlordbob
    I suppose I should have explained myself a bit more. I believe that space is infinite, and our universe is only a small cluster of matter in it, which is one area that I strongly dissagree with the Big Bang. With that in mind, there is no problem with outside forces affecting the singularity. Whether or not space always existed is purley speculation at this point in time, but I do not think that our universe always existed, at least in it's current state.
    BBT predicted the existence of the CMBR, and did so with spectacular accuracy - there is no other current explanation for the CMBR other than universal cooling around 13-15 billion years ago (because the CMBR comes to earth from every point in space, and the fact that the light is microwaves tells us the time) past a point where electrons stop moving freely and start orbiting atoms - this is at a very high temperature, and these results are at odds with a "small cluster" in an infinite universe.
    I don't think your getting the point of his post. I believe that what he is trying to say is that a collision of two or more "branes", that would have been created due to the addition of the 11th dimension in m-theory, would have started the big bang. From this collision came our universe.
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