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  1. #1 Big Bang - What do you think? 
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    The energy expelled from a black hole creates a shell of energy that is supported by black energy (the opposite of gravity). Each black hole establishes their own shell and black energy supports the shell from closing back onto itself. Larger black holes will swallow smaller ones until there is only one gigantic black hole. When the universe cools to a critical temperature and dark matter can no longer support the largest shell of expelled energy it will break and fall back onto itself. When this largest shell breaks it will represent the point of sigularity as the velocity of implosion will warp time and all matter. The reconstitution of all energy and matter by this gigantic collapse. The meeting of gravity and anit-gravity will create the spark for another big bang and we start all over again.
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    first of all, we've never observed "black energy" and if we had it would be an enourmous breakthrough, we could get off of earth using plates made of matter with those properties and not have to use any energy.

    additionally, if this "black energy" isn't attracted by black holes, and actually repels matter then it would never fall into a black hole because it is highly concentrated mater that in turn forms a pure well of gravity.

    so, not only does the stuff not exist (falsifying your present theory) if it did exist it wouldn't behave in the way you describe (falsifying the very basis of the theory)


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    NASA tell us that, "more is unknown than is known. We know how much dark energy there is because we know how it affects the Universe's expansion. Other than that, it is a complete mystery. But it is an important mystery. It turns out that roughly 70% of the Universe is dark energy. Dark matter makes up about 25%. The rest - everything on Earth, everything ever observed with all of our instruments, all normal matter - adds up to less than 5% of the Universe. Come to think of it, maybe it shouldn't be called "normal" matter at all, since it is such a small fraction of the Universe. " There is matter and antimatter and I believe that gravity has it's opposite and I believe it is dark energy. The univers will cool and die but matter cannot be created or destroyed and will collapse at warping speeds faster than the speed of light, upon itself and another big bang will happen. I think it's possible.
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    Beliefs are good, but they have little place in science. While, as NASA says, there is much that we do not know, there is also much that we do know. What we do know makes your suggestion implausible. Moreover the matter of dark energy is not clearly established. It is a convenient explanation for certain observations, but it is certainly not 'proven' even in the scientific sense.
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    “Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods.” Einstein


    Dark Energy Explained? Maybe If Universe Is Like a Black Hole…

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    New Scientist reports on an intriguing suggestion by South Korean physicist Jae-Weon Lee: Maybe the mysterious dark energy that seems to be forcing the universe to accelerate its expansion stems from the universe’s own resemblance to a black hole.

    Quantum physics predicts that empty space is in fact full of a froth of so-called virtual particle pairs, winking into existence for a moment before being annihilated by their virtual antiparticle. But say these particles were to appear one on either side of a black hole’s event horizon – the radius at which gravity is so strong that not even light can escape. Then they would essentially be stuck in the real universe, unable to meet and destroy each other, with the outer twin radiating away from the black hole in a phenomenon known as Hawking radiation.



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    Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia comments, 'In 1998, observations of type Ia supernovae ("one-A") by the Supernova Cosmology Project at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the High-z Supernova Search Team suggested that the expansion of the universe is accelerating'. this acceleration is attributed to the presence of 'dark energy'. However, Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia further comments, 'The simplest explanation for dark energy is that it is simply the "cost of having space": that is, a volume of space has some intrinsic, fundamental energy. This is the cosmological constant, sometimes called Lambda (hence Lambda-CDM model) after the Greek letter λ, the symbol used to mathematically represent this quantity. Since energy and mass are related by E = mc², Einstein's theory of general relativity predicts that it will have a gravitational effect. It is sometimes called a vacuum energy because it is the energy density of empty vacuum.....The cosmological constant has negative pressure equal to its energy density and so causes the expansion of the universe to accelerate.'


    "It's not that I'm so smart , it's just that I stay with problems longer .” Einstein

    Maybe you two need to stay with this problem a little longer
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    Big Crunch
    we appaer to come from nothing
    because the big bang is happening all around us all the itme
    through some paradime of time and space, the universe is constantly sending a shadow copy of itself back in time
    all the matter of the universe at teh big bang
    Came from today
    tomorrow
    yesterday
    and beyond

    just a thought

    The big Crunch
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