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18 Oct 2011   #171
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The fundamental concept is that space and time are one and the same thing, which is often why its referred to as spacetime. Its a physical entity comprsing of the basic forces of nature, gravity, eletromagnetic forces, nuclear forces and dark energy/matter. Galaxies are material objects made of the same elements that you and I are.

Universes that are moving apart from one another display red-shifting of the electromagnetic spectrum. Since the universes are located in different regions of spacetime, then space itself must be inflating - see the example above demonstrated with the dots on the baloon : the dots represent the universes, and the rubber skin of the baloon represents spacetime. If universes/galaxies move away from one another, then its because the space they are in are also moving away from one another.

Sound waves travel at considerably slower speeds than light, which is why the example is easily illustrated using a stationary observer and a passing car. If you were travelling along the side of the road at a speed only slightly lower than the passing car, then the Doppler effect is not as strong. Of course, if you were travelling faster than the car you would never experience the Doppler effect : remember its about your position relative to the observation.

If you are after some bedtime reading, I recommend:

Metric expansion of space - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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18 Oct 2011   #172
seekermeister

W7x64 Pro, SuSe 12.1/** W7 x64 Pro, XP MCE
 
 

I hate being monotonous, but despite sci-fi concepts, there is only one universe...of course there are multiple galaxies, stars, etc. On the other hand, I do believe that there are multiple dimensions, because even the Scriptures speak of multiple heavens. These should not be confused with universes, because dimensions all occupy the same space, and are not what comprises distant celestial bodies.

An expanding universe, if it is actually expanding, only references the celestial bodies, not the space itself. Whether finite or expanding, it is difficult to imagine what would lie beyond the limits of the celestial bodies. I think that is why Einstein concocted his curved space theory, because it was the only thing that he could wrap his mind around.
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18 Oct 2011   #173
bigmck

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by seekermeister View Post
I hate being monotonous, but despite sci-fi concepts, there is only one universe...of course there are multiple galaxies, stars, etc. On the other hand, I do believe that there are multiple dimensions......
Could you expand on what you mean by "multiple dimensions"? Are you referring to a world with a 4-D or 5-D measurements or a parallel universe?
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18 Oct 2011   #174
seekermeister

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Parallel universes are the constituent components of the multiverse. I suppose this theory comes as close to what I'm talking about as any theory that I know of, but instead of duplicates of each individual, as is conceived in sci-fi, each parallel universe, or dimension are discreet realities. To put it into Scriptural terms, there are as many as 7 dimensions, but I'm only familiar with 3 of them...reality as we know it, the dimension in which those that are dead are in, which is the dimension sometimes referred to as Hell, which should not be confused with with a fiery furnace, as popularized by Dante. The third dimension is the one in which God, and those who have been redeemed, exist in.

I spoke of universes, but in reality, all three of those dimensions are here on Earth, just out of phase with each other. Whether those dimensions actually extend into space is beyond the information available in Scripture.
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18 Oct 2011   #175
Everlong

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
I forget where it was that I read it, but it claimed the Big Bang being only partially correct.
That it didnt just happen and form all we know today, but rather happens often and regularly.

According to the source (I forget what it was now) Was that the Big bang did occur, but that it isnt the first time.
Essentially, the Universe expands to a certain point, then collapses in on itself.
Then, the big bang happens and it starts expanding again.
Like a hearbeat that billions and billions of years between beats.

The cycle repeats over and over.


They know the universe is expanding, but not sure how this idea was brought about.
they say theres evedince to prove it, but not sure what.
Intersting theory though.
That's a theory that I'd like to follow as well, that the big bang has been a series of events that has happened previously. "Evidence" was found in the WMAP image of activity before the big bang supposedly happened, but at the same time the Professor who published these findings also refutes the claim that the Universe inflates rapidly after the big bang as inflation can't account for the low entropy state the universe was in when it was created.

Though there's also the shape of the universe to consider as well as theory says depending on the shape of it depends on if the universe is actually expanding, or not.
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18 Oct 2011   #176
n0th1n9

Vista HP, Vista Ultimate, XP Pro, Seven Ultimate x2
 
 

Why do we assume that all thing are in a fixed position relative to the fabric of space time? So what is required to creat movement is simply to stretch this fabric in any givin direction to create the appearance of traveling through space, rather than moving freely in our universe.
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18 Oct 2011   #177
seekermeister

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The problem with the logic of that concept is that since it creates finite limits for the boundary of the universe, it make it necessary that "something" exists outside of it. That is not difficult to conceive as far as the celestial bodies themselves, but it would also require that something exists outside, that is not comprised of either celestial matter or space.

I have less problems with accepting the unknown than most people who profess a faith in science, so it puzzles me that they can skip over this aspect of their doctrines.
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18 Oct 2011   #178
Thorsen

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Well here is an explanation of the basics of the expanding universe:

The Big Bang and the Expansion of the Universe

http://www.lbl.gov/supernova/

And here is an example or explanation of the infinite universe:

3quarksdaily: Doughnut-shaped Universe bites back

I do agree with Wishmaster in that the big bang could be a repeatable event that in an external POV would be infinitely expanding and contracting. I like this theory.

Also this:

Colliding Universes: Time: Can time flow backwards in quantum physics?

And this:

How is Antimatter Made?

Also this:

Antihydrogen Trapped For 1000 Seconds* - Technology Review

(this should give you guys plenty to talk about )
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18 Oct 2011   #179
Thorsen

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also some other geeky things:

Who is Max Planck?

How To Test for an 11-Dimension Universe? Stay Tuned… | Wired Science | Wired.com

Quantum electrodynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

^ This last one explains how electrons can travel backwards through time as a positron.
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18 Oct 2011   #180
Thorsen

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Also this for what we have done with light:

Scientists slow down light to 38mph (from 186,282 miles per second)(using a Bose-Einstein condensate)
Physicists Slow Speed of Light

Scientists use entangled particles to send a pattern of quantum data in light to another location
Scientists Teleport Light : Discovery News
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