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cailo-
I was going to post this to the 'How I think shit in this world works' post but some of you guys have asked me about my theories so I thought I'd post it to it's own page. This is just my first entry and I'll post others some time.

Disclaimer:
I am no expert, this hasn't been fully researched, I could be completely wrong, I could be looking at things from an extremely basic perspective, and it could all be already considered and dis proven. This is just my interest and my current beliefs. That's not to say I look forward people telling me what they like or dislike about it, after all feedback can be invaluable. Still for any trolls you have been warned.

The beginning and the end of the universe.

The big bang would sort of work like an unbound black hole. A singularity surrounded by a thin layer of space time surrounded by nothing. If you were able to monitor time dilation towards the inner edge of the layer of space time it would be almost still, while at the outer edge it could be billions of years for the duration until the mater decays as all mater does. Within this small space it would be extremely energetic and hot and would be pushing to expand, but the singularity of the middle of the matter would be balanced by the emptiness of the outer surrounding the blob and expansion would be at speeds faster than the speed of light because for the speed of light to happen requires existence, and with out existence matter would expand faster. As the matter gets further away from the big bang singularity galaxies, planets and even us form.

So we have 2 main effects here. Matter decay at the outer edge of the universe and matter being created from the singularity from the big bang. Through our telescopes we see the doppler effect which shows the universe is expanding at faster than the speed of light in every direction. I have done some research and there is evidence that this expansion is happening more to one side of the visible universe than the other. The faster the expansion, the less matter beyond the visible universe and this could be evidence of an outer edge to the universe. To the slower edge would be where the big bang came from.

The outer edge of the universe would contain matter almost completely decayed. Time gets slower and slower but in the infinity of nonexistence the there would be a point where all matter would become completely decayed.

Some interesting ideas comes from this model.
- The big bang could still be happening.
- The size of the universe beyond what we can see might be measured if we are able to measure the speed of expansion between the slower expanding and the faster expanding sides.

I have 2 ideas for the end of the universe.
- All the matter in the big bang is almost fully expended, what is left becomes so weak and implodes into a singularity and the process starts again.
- The decayed matter at the edge of the universe loops back to the center big bang singularity (no space time, no requirement for anything to be in a certain place or time) and the process starts again like a never ending conveyor belt.

Either way, with a recurring universe anything that is possible to happen can happen. We can even have something as unlikely as human life to form, which was the first thing I was curious about before I took up my hobby.
Darkshaunz
cailo- wrote:
The big bang would sort of work like an unbound black hole. A singularity surrounded by a thin layer of space time surrounded by nothing. If you were able to monitor time dilation towards the inner edge of the layer of space time it would be almost still, while at the outer edge it could be billions of years for the duration until the mater decays as all mater does. Within this small space it would be extremely energetic and hot and would be pushing to expand, but the singularity of the middle of the matter would be balanced by the emptiness of the outer surrounding the blob and expansion would be at speeds faster than the speed of light because for the speed of light to happen requires existence, and with out existence matter would expand faster. As the matter gets further away from the big bang singularity galaxies, planets and even us form.

So we have 2 main effects here. Matter decay at the outer edge of the universe and matter being created from the singularity from the big bang. Through our telescopes we see the doppler effect which shows the universe is expanding at faster than the speed of light in every direction. I have done some research and there is evidence that this expansion is happening more to one side of the visible universe than the other. The faster the expansion, the less matter beyond the visible universe and this could be evidence of an outer edge to the universe. To the slower edge would be where the big bang came from.


I transformed this into something more visual, or at least how I understood what you were trying to convey:

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cailo-
Nice diagram Shaunz. I am interested why you put a white hole in the middle to represent the singularity of the big bang, a white hole in science being a theoretical anti matter black hole. You also have an area between the white hole and the matter decay which lies the observable universe. For me that area is much smaller considering we have come some time from the big bang and we are well away from total entropy depletion.

For me it looks more like this:

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I use an analogy of a leaf in a sand box. Lying in the sand box the leaf doesn't go anywhere, it is trapped with in the sand box like a black hole trapped by normal space-time. If we were to remove the sides around the sand box, the sand will empty. With out adding any new energy, the sand box starts emptying due to the emptiness around it. There is no big bang explosion in the sand box, the emptiness of the out side of the box is ripping the interior apart.

Lets now place a leaf in the box. As the sand empties from the box the leaf accelerates as the sand thins out around it. People wonder what kind of energy is causing the universe to accelerate but I think it can be accounted for with this 'quantum abyss'. I am really interested in this idea of quantum abyss, I like to call it quantum zero or quantum nil, I am not sure what studies have been made in science on this quantum nil effect but I think the universe is full of them. I'll discuss them in another post some time.

We are stuck between a singularity and an empty space.
cailo-
The Banach-Tarski Paradox



Vsauce makes some great videos but this one I have a particular interest in. This one of the Banach-Tarksi Paradox explains how you can turn one thing into 2 things and there for an infinite amount of things, if you do it an infinite amount of times. This concept can be applied to a theory of a quantum singularity at the centre of the universe. Reading back what I wrote in a previous post I described 2 ideas for 'the end of the universe', but with the BT Paradox now we have a third, the theory of a never ending universe with the centre being an unbound quantum singularity producing an infinite amount of matter. Wouldn't that just produce a universe limitlessly dense? That I'll cover later.

We are stuck between a singularity and an empty space.

For my model of the universe to work it requires a theory to work: when matter depletes of all its entropy it goes back into a quantum state. …. (Read my disclaimer in my first post before we go on) …. What this theory of the universe is then describing is that we then have 2 types of quantum states, that of a quantum singularity and of a quantum void. Now consider some basic mathematics: everyone knows from grade 1 maths class that 0 x any number (or any cardinal number to be more precise) = 0. Most people also know that infinity x any cardinal number = infinity.

Side note.
Really (when analysing now) quantum void isn't really 0. 0x2=0 but 0+2=2. Infinity x 2 = infinity but infinity + 2 = infinity. Consider, how many elephants are in my room right now? Well 0. But if we were in a quantum state where not even time exists, how can we be certain if there are no elephants in my room? 0 and quantum 0 must be different like how number 1 and infinity are different. Really its quantum zero and quantum singularity.


I digress. A theory of ∞0 and ∞1 is saying something that is pretty out there: for a quantum state there is an opposite quantum state. That is a theory I had a couple of years ago and its following the path of where that idea can lead is when I became to get excited: What if every quantum state has an opposite quantum state?

I'll start with a more well known one: size. It's well accepted now that when you go into the super small world to and beyond the the size of atoms you get to the quantum world. Then when we go to the size of a black hole things also go into the quantum world. You could say that matter is so fine at the sub atomic world it could be considered to be quantum zero and that in a black hole it could be considered quantum singularity.

The theory of quantum zero can be applied to other known quantum states to create new theories such as the speed of light. Why can't matter go faster than the speed of light? Well due to the rules as defined by relativity magic as matter approaches the speed of light it becomes bigger, and to go the speed of light it will become infinitely big and it would take an infinite amount of power to propel it that fast. So what if the opposite was true? We understand that the earth is spinning, and the earth is orbiting the sun, and the sun is orbiting the milky way, and the milky way is flying in some direction in relation to the other galaxies, and we the universe is expanding, and what ever else is going on anon, is it even possible to stay perfectly still? The speed of light is an unbreakable barrier but can be mortally perceived to go a different speed depending on time dilation due to being close or far to a mass. If we were to walk into a black hole (a black hole maybe isn't an absolute singularity but does see the break down of conventional mortal rules so its close enough for discussion), walk into a black hole even at walking pace, it would take an infinite amount of time for us to walk there and there for we would be walking at a speed infinitely slow, impossible. Could that also mean that our matter shrinks? Black holes do exist they were recently proven when 2 were detected to collide into each other, they are small objects of enormous mass. Could it not just be that mass is so high its crushing into its self, but also that its going slow it shrinks? Now lets head how to the theoretical void zone of the outer universe where time dilation is working opposite to a black hole or big bang singularity. Mortally perceived time is going fast in relation to the speed of light to the point where walking speed almost equals the speed of light and things get larger. No surprise then that the outer edge of the universe ocupies a larger space than the inner universe, that's like a circle and stuff.

Other quantum opposites can also be found:
  • Heat: The resonating atoms that cause the thing we perceive as heat could have a limit to how cold or hot they could get. We know from studies of the cosmic background radiation that the universe is cooling and we also know that the big bang was super hot.
    Radiation including colour (similar to heat): Ultraviolet and beyond as the wavelengh gets narrower as it would in a singularity, infra red as the wavelength gets wider in a void.
    Time: Slow in a singularity, fast in a void.
    Distance: Close to a singularity, far to a void.
**There would be others too.

Now to sum all that up we and view it as a hole one more common pattern emerges: The quantum singularity and the quantum void of all things turn into the same thing.
Quantum singularity: Dense, small, hot, slow time, ultra violet, close.
Quantum void: Spare, large, cold, fast time, infra red, far.

Wouldn't a singularity producing an infinite amount of mass produce a universe with unlimited density?

This is my newest topic I've been considering so it's a theory that is still fresh in development to me.

The quantum slit experiment is a bizarre demonstrable experiment that shows shows how weird the quantum world is. The results show that: When a particle that is sent through the slit is observed it behaves as a particle, but when it is not observed it behaves as a wave. To confirm with out doubt that this is actually true the scientists created the Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Experiment which is the main topic of this video and the first 9 minutes explains it. The bit which I want to reference is explained from the 9:15 mark.



In a quantum singularity to quantum zero universe the act of observation of not just distant galaxies but the observation of anything has weird implications for our quantum singularity at the centre of the universe. In relativity everything around us is happening at a time in the past as long ago as it took for the speed of light to hit us. Ok lets go to the location of where that photon originated in the video. In my model of the universe the original location could be a section of the observable universe to the red shift of the new point of the observer which could be a section of the universe that is newer or older than the one we are at right now, it doesn't matter. But for that photon to be projected something else must of been created such as another galaxy in order for that photo to have been projected. And for that other origin another must be created. This cascading effect would go on into infinity all the way back to the big bang singularity.

So wouldn't the conclusion here be: Due to the results of the quantum slit experiment in a quantum zero quantum singularity universe, where an unlimited possibilities of outcomes that can be created such as something as unlikely as the creation of intelligent life (and the probability of intelligent life was my very FIRST question I ask when I began to study the universe), the fact that life can exist and observe the universe causes the quantum singularity to have irregularities?

Well you could say in rebutal that the quantum slit experiment proves that the double quantum universe isn't true. This one is still a new theory to me so it's something to consider.


**Probably lots of editing required in this post but I've been at it for a few hours now so maybe I'll check later.
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