1 theory and I'll rise you an atom
by Willy - 7/23/12 9:08 PM
In Reply to: Yes. by crowsfoot
Well, I see where they try from other sources explain that "we" as matter is nothing more than "globs" or clusters of matter that appeared out of the big bang once we started to cool down. That what are galaxies and all matter is the coalescence into lumps in space. Everything else is space, though not empty is still far smaller than a star or a meteorite for that comparison. That a time before the big bang everything was at a "unified state" and maybe the only time it ever was. How, it broke down and thus became the big bang, where everything starts its beginning. Time is said to exist before that, maybe not, as it needs an arrow to be, thus the beginning. It will never go back to a "big bang bubble", all that energy and substance is now out of the bag as it were. Further, it will need something more than gravity to bring it all back, something else has to exist for gravity to try to reclaim and thus return to a "big crunch" venue of things to come. So far, that doesn't seem to be the case, the expanding universe reigns. We would have to go back to 13.7B yrs. ago and see the event to be 100% sure, even with logical assumption and current observations, there is still alot or discovered. Its too much for a people of earth to think they can come to such conclusions and to do that from our point in space. maybe in another area of space, it appears quite different or allows different thinking to arise to suggest yet other conclusions. if we somehow collaborate it all, that would be a marvelous work.
Which is why the known 4 forces/fields to possibility make-up the unified theory are weak and strong force, plus nuclear force and gravity. So far, the CERN Higgs-Boson experiment was to allow us the opportunity to see where matter could under all these forces actually become the primary building block of matter, the seed if you will. That they need each other in some necessary way to allow it all to start. Wow, what a thought ------Willy
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