QUOTE(AirRabbit @ Jun 24 2009, 11:47 PM) [snapback]130977[/snapback]
Ok, Have I got the answer. . .? [ Is the Pope Italian ] - No, I have not, why not?
Where is the answer?
Probably in a careful study of particle physics. Why particle physics? Well maybe we will find the answer in the study of matter and anti matter. Here is a slightly unrelated accidental find. . . . . . http://www.isss.org/projects/teleonics_-_i...?rev=1181509915
Also, and this seems important (to me anyway) we are going to have to combine theories if we are going to get anywhere, with this.
Just like flying needs a combined knowledge of Air Law, Navigation, Aero Technical, Aero medical and all the other stuff we all study, then I reckon the same applies to our universal question.
But, if we apply the mentality of a particle physicist, with the theory of anti-matter, THEN apply my own personal theory of ENERGY then I believe we are getting real close. In a nutshell (excuse the pun) if, as I truly believe, before anything there was nothing. AND, (its almost like a bible basher reading) imagine a whole empty space full of nothing, just blackness and no material matter (to speak of) so what have we got. . . ? A MASSIVE nothingness - which is in itself an entity - no not the medium of space - as I believe that space is NOT a medium, easy to believe.
The massiveness of this nuetral or negative entity had such an attraction to anything +ive or, put another way, if you have the absolute and total purity en-masse of NOTHING or less than nothing then this would either
a/ create a force of the opposite entity. or
b/ the equivelant of a gravitational lens has cause a tertiary effect which has cau (this is all ENERGY right?) . . .a tertiary effect which formulates either sub matter (thats still SOMETHING baby)
So now we have energy which cayses the OPPOSITE of the opposing FORCE. This energy activity or combinations, or oppositions create a third result being paticle matter albeit sub atomic or not.
The result of this is an interaction which cause reactions and miniscule resultant mineral deposits enough to create a series of material creations.
Once matter (many different variations of (albeit sub atomic) exists as matter (and you have all the time in the world) (which they did/do then all you need is this stuff to mix together and inter-react and along with chemical reaction and mineral reation and deposit, it is only a few billion years the material can be formed and then co-elesce and congeal and become the smallest of solid masses for it to have itstheir own gravity(ies) condence and compress an ever growing . . . particle and it will attract more and more matter - we now have a situation where the entity will get bigger and more and more dense.
To summarise: If you take absolute Jack Diddly it will have an opposing entity.
The rest you know.
However, there is one concept that studious Man cannot seem to grasp, which is that the universe is part of a continuum - i.e., is has always been. To put this into perspective: Lets take a look at the end of Universe, which is so far into the future it will not affect anyone of us now living as it is billions and billions of years away. Taking one billion to equal a thousand million british millions ans a million million in other calcs - not too sure which. So, here we are then beyond the end of the universe - so what have we got? Well, all the matter in the universe has been sucked up by Black Holes. These Black Holes are the only things that exist in the universe apart from the odd few nutinos that have managed to escape the Black Holes. The distance between the black Holes will be about one universe apart according to today`s size/distance of the universe. Thats seems to be that, except for the fact that we now have (and this will truly be the case in the far far future) large entities with MASSIVE gravitational pull(s). So, with absolutely no other affects - the Black Holes of this time will either gravitate toward each other, as there is no other entity to affct in the space of the universe, or, swanning around in the vast wide emptiness of space two of them mange to collide. Prior to the collision there will be the gravitational attraction, plus all the other stuff happening due to the fact that to massive highly graviational entities are approaching each other. When if the y manage to actually collide the the resultant impact would be anything from a bump to a huge explosion, which, if all the right particles and other "stuff" is there could easily cause the cause of the Big Bang, or, preferably, this is it. The whole impact goes boom and the cycle start all over again. We can see other cycles in nature from a tree in bud, then flower then in the Fall (Autumn) the leaves fall off and the whole tree looks pretty dead. then along comes an increase in light and Temp and the whole sha-booble starts off again. So cyclic happenings are definatel a rule of nature in a lot of cases.
We now have a condition which we recognise as the Big Bang, which also probably happend loads of time before and before that over and over again. In this case - there is always an end, alaways a beginning, but - that there has never been a nothing, ever. If we could shake of the concept that there always, has to be something to start somethingelse and accept the fact that mother nature is in fact a continuum of the great Continuum, then we could quit worrying about a
non-existent beginning - ne` est pas? So, maybe Black Holes rule. Maybe the existence of Black Holes is the ever greater depth of absolute and worldly knowledge and, that they always have been around and always will be.
If, if this were the case, then, we would still be here now trying to find the cause or person of the creation of the universe, which we are indeed doing.
As Mankind has created and devised incredible technical innovations - it could be argued that if the Universe was thus created from `x` or `dot` (prior to the Big Poom) then he would have found the solution by now. Although imperfect, he can, given time find the solution to most insoluables. Therefore, perhaps the Big Poom was one of millions of Big `Uns that have been going on time after time after time. Growing, and then slowly dying in a sea of infinite time - into gigantic Black Holes which float around outer space - Universes apart - only to collide once in a lifetime - and the whole thing starts off again, and again and again and again - and each time round, a life form intelligent enough to query its own existence wonders how it got there. Just theory, based on one or two facts.
Large Gin and Tonic, please.