my universe & Infinite (Debate)
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Posted 10/29/11
For the longest time concepts like pie or infinite was met with a good old fashion witch burning. (LOOK IT UP IF YOU DON't believe me!) Lucky for me those times died a little less than 200 years ago.?.?

So ideals like mine will not get me burned at the stake, I hope.

The concept of an infinite void made up of anti-matter, the slightest change in palarity could create a buble to form, a bubble known as a big bang. this expanding universe such as the one we live on continuesly. First why do i call it a bubble? becase are universe expands the same way a balloon does. The further a point is from us the faster it seems to retreat from us. Example put a bunch of dots on a balloon than blow it up than compare the distince the dot travle from each other. This concept means there is no center to are universe instead everything is on an expanding bubble. Thanks to are understanding of physic we know that light bends not not run in strate lines, this is do to how are universe came to be.
But what does this have to do with your infinite universe hypothesis?
If the void is infinite and are universe will keep expanding, or maby there is a limit to the expantion. That matters not to the Idea I am putting forward today. In a endless timeless void the posabilty of something happening only once is not unlikely but down right impossible more likely infinite universes are popping up throut the endless timeless void.... IF this is the case than what happens if we have a nabering universe and we expand into each other,??? What do you think would be the outcome of such an event..... to visualise this think of to bubbles exanding till they touch. what happens from there, how rational is the concept of many universes concently poping up in an endless void of anti-matter?
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It is believed that other Universes that exist are parallel to us, meaning that it is impossible for them to collide and expand into each other without the manipulation of time.

Edit: In fact, there's another way to disprove universes expanding into each other:

Although it's true they expand like bubbles, they are not in a position where the bubbles are together like that. As I said, they are parallel; they are on top of each other.
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Posted 10/29/11

CarboKill wrote:

It is believed that other Universes that exist are parallel to us, meaning that it is impossible for them to collide and expand into each other without the manipulation of time.

Edit: In fact, there's another way to disprove universes expanding into each other:

Although it's true they expand like bubbles, they are not in a position where the bubbles are together like that. As I said, they are parallel; they are on top of each other.


As for me i see a space like a room with no end side or to runnig on for ever ... in that room a bubble apears random like, the another and another untill by chance two bubbles formed close enough to expand into eachother. Maby this will make the to bubbles fuse into one if that is the case how would that affect are reallity?
wile I am a fan of parallel universe theory, i find it more rational placed withen the confinement of the universe bubble, string theory.
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I really do have to agree that what you are saying is much more rational. So in response to the original question, I'd guess that the matter in each universe is different in some way. So if two were to fuse with each other, wouldn't it create some form of dark or anti matter?
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I really do have to agree that what you are saying is much more rational. So in response to the original question, I'd guess that the matter in each universe is different in some way. So if two were to fuse with each other, wouldn't it create some form of dark or anti matter?


anti-matter is what the void or area out side of the bubble is made up of. The matter was created do to a slight change in the frequency of the ant-matter or an fluctuation as it were..
as an expert in matter have not seen any processes that might lead to matter returning to a anti-matter state. But this is all hypothetical so test is needed to denounce any hypothesis about said topic.
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Not quite following your logic- first, you say that some scientific ideas can get you burnt at the stake in times past, not sure of the relevance, but sure, okay. then, you follow that with the idea of the Big Bang, where the Universe is created, and is expanding, which, according to some theorist, will continue to do so until it starts contracting, the mechanics behind it, I am not quite sure, being unlearned in the sciences. Afterwards, you visualise the universe as either a balloon or a bubble, and wonder whether it is possible that another universe exist, and our universe may bump into that universe, given that, in something infinite, there is a low probability of something only occurring once. I would say, maybe, but, as there is no proof of this universe beyond idle speculation, I am not prepared to jump into it, just as you are not prepared to jump onto this whole God thing because the universe is so majestic and big and there must be some force that created the materials which the Big-Bang builds upon and all that, because it is also a hypothesis. One, I admit, may be more likely than the other, but as of now, none are proven definitely beyond speculations.
Posted 11/2/11
An infinite expanse of bubbles makes me think that they'd push each other away, or eventually collide in a chaotic display. Better yet, I think the multiverse we know would only merge together continuously. It is all a giant blender!
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An infinite expanse of bubbles makes me think that they'd push each other away, or eventually collide in a chaotic display. Better yet, I think the multiverse we know would only merge together continuously. It is all a giant blender!


question do you think are understanding of physics or reality mite be affected by the fussion of another universe, or would we be unaware of the fussion or calamity taken place?
Posted 12/17/11

Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:

An infinite expanse of bubbles makes me think that they'd push each other away, or eventually collide in a chaotic display. Better yet, I think the multiverse we know would only merge together continuously. It is all a giant blender!


question do you think are understanding of physics or reality mite be affected by the fussion of another universe, or would we be unaware of the fussion or calamity taken place?


I think not. Though some believe separate universes overlap, they must inevitably have no effect on each other for the most part. We can theorize having different versions of ourselves existing in parallel dimensions, but will we ever see them meeting up? Again, I think not.
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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:

An infinite expanse of bubbles makes me think that they'd push each other away, or eventually collide in a chaotic display. Better yet, I think the multiverse we know would only merge together continuously. It is all a giant blender!


question do you think are understanding of physics or reality mite be affected by the fussion of another universe, or would we be unaware of the fussion or calamity taken place?


I think not. Though some believe separate universes overlap, they must inevitably have no effect on each other for the most part. We can theorize having different versions of ourselves existing in parallel dimensions, but will we ever see them meeting up? Again, I think not.


Are you familier with the da sa vu affect. It is a thoery that all realities are interlinked in one form or another, Dajavu Is the feeling we get wen to realities closely coaside with one-another perhaps .
Posted 12/17/11

Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:


Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:

An infinite expanse of bubbles makes me think that they'd push each other away, or eventually collide in a chaotic display. Better yet, I think the multiverse we know would only merge together continuously. It is all a giant blender!


question do you think are understanding of physics or reality mite be affected by the fussion of another universe, or would we be unaware of the fussion or calamity taken place?


I think not. Though some believe separate universes overlap, they must inevitably have no effect on each other for the most part. We can theorize having different versions of ourselves existing in parallel dimensions, but will we ever see them meeting up? Again, I think not.


Are you familier with the da sa vu affect. It is a thoery that all realities are interlinked in one form or another, Dajavu Is the feeling we get wen to realities closely coaside with one-another perhaps .


I haven't heard of that, nor experienced anything akin to it. Of course, we do see people leading double lives...
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i think you all are hitting at the truth from different angles so in turn they might all be right depending on the view. lol,
it's interesting that the Hebrew explanation of the beginning is the word Chokmah, which means a literal spiraling out from the
center. Kinda like the Tao or the big bang, huh? I think when science is grown enough God will be proven true (minus people's limited perceptions of what God is).
The bubbles are close, we've seen two galaxies collide and merge into each other, they've also repelled each other.
Going on the parallel theory, wouldn't they have that buffer or magnetic repulsion? How have they stayed separate until now? and more interesting if they are all connected by small strings, can we get good enough to travel between them? There's also some new research on black holes, how they are really holographic reflectors of 2d images (alot of new thinking is going for this in how we create our own personal "realities".
The Hindi tradition explains there are hundreds of thousands of worlds and universes and that we can travel b/t after we "die". kinda matches the bubble theory we're really just going around in circles. Guess it just depends if your circle is getting bigger or smaller. L8
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