String theory
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dylanfox
What if the beginning was a "big snap", rather than a "big bang", previously there was an absence of nothing (aon) an infinity of it, an unimaginable amount of energy is created from nothing, by balancing - with + matter is created, within each particle is a particle of the aon, i see this as a drop of water on a red hot surface, bouncing around but not touching the surface. the particles of aon are attracted towards each other, this would explain gravity, the more of them in an area the greater the attraction, but not enough to break the surface tension of each particle until a critical mass achieves fusion wherein the discreet areas of aon merge, eventually, sometimes, to become black holes, these are regions where space, matter and time are undone and the - and + recombine and equal the 0 of aon, at the furthest reaches of space is the boundary of the aon pulling the discreet parcels of aon towards their eventual state of 0, as the boundary expands so the area increases so the pull increases so the speed increases, until approaching the speed of light the - and + recombine and again equal 0, this would explain the accelerating galaxies, this will continue until all has balanced and the sum has returned to zero, then the aon is all, then there is a snap.

please take the idea apart and ignore the poor description.
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whitehorse1
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My bizarre cosmic theory is based upon the notion that the universe is not an absolute reality. In fact, my theory states that the universe that we can see, combined with the universe that we can only deduce, is merely a distortion of a singularity state. Matter and energy are transmutable, but the relationship is distorted to C squared by the warp of the universe itself.

In other words, the finite speed of light is also a function of that distortion. On balance, everything in the cosmos would equal a singularity state. Nothing in the universe is an absolute. Space and time are only a function of the distortion, and have no ultimate reality. There is no distance, nor is there time, in a singularity. The universe is composed of four interrelated universes, where the other three can only be observed by their affects on the universe that we can see.

In my theory, gravity becomes relaxation of that distortion, and balances with one of the unseen, shadow universes. Magnetism becomes a similar relaxation effect, through two of those shadow universes. Gravity and magnetism are observed through sub-atomic particle windowing. This windowing means that magnetism appears as flux, and also implies that both gravity and magnetism are interlinked with matter.

Energy and matter are transmutable below the atomic level, thus sub-atomic particles are also waves of energy. I renamed sub-atomic particles ‘bounded singularity foci’, where there is an inter-universal zero-point where time and space hit zero values. It is at this point that all sub-atomic particles link.
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dorkzilla
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He you seem to know alot umm how do you know any thing about j.jtomson like what time pieriod he lived in and what his country of origin is
and when did he conduct his experement
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whitehorse1
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I have a very limited knowledge of physics history. My own experiences in life are, nonetheless, bizarre. I appear to be in contact with outside intelligences. The best that I can say is that humans have been under surveillance for a very long time. My assertion, therefore, is that there are other, far older, intelligences in this cosmos.
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unkytone
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please seek psychological help. nobody would like to believe in the tv people more than myself....
most physicists nd it seems-people who post on this site fail to realise how truly massive infinity truly is. let me help. whatever direction you are looking in right goes on without stopping. there was nevver just one big bang they happen all of the time and there are superuniverses where several of these bangs have occured at once.of course the term universe is wrong when used in that way. dont forget the multiverse ocupies the universe. have fun with that one. and dont forget how simple existence is. just because it sounds complicated doesnt mean its true.
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whitehorse1
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Perhaps I am nuts, but I don’t presume such hypothetical physics concepts to be indivisible from reality. Anything might be possible, thus I don’t know what the truth is in the 21st century. Back in 1910, however, people actually dared to think that they knew everything. Thus, it seems more likely a case wherein I have had different experiences in life to others. If you had lived in three consecutive haunted houses, seen UFOs and teleporting objects, perhaps you would also ask questions about the nature of the cosmos.

I won’t ask, nor be so presumptuous to expect you to believe me. In order to understand the situation, you’d have to witness these things for yourself. Everyone, it seems, has their own version of the truth. Therefore, everyone believes that everyone else’s version of the truth is incorrect. Thus, there are billions of truths. This truth is either based upon what they know, or, more often, upon what they prefer to believe to be the truth. Everyone has a different set of beliefs which they presume to be the truth, even though the terms ‘belief’ and ‘truth’ have entirely different meanings.
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Arka
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Would u mind if i honestly want to share your experiences?My ID is arka_cool11@yahoo.in.would be very glad if we could exchange views!Or just find me in orkut:Arka Ghosh.
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ketsueki
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Very interestign concepts. Perhaps even now there exist many infinite values, but our very observation and incapability to comprehend these infinite values leads to a "clash of the infinite," with the "clash" leading to observed cancellation.
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whitehorse1
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With respect to the nature of the universe, it is clear that there are wide-ranging viewpoints within the scientific community itself. As a mere bystander, I am clearly unqualified to make any profound assertions.

However, I know from personal experience that there are sociological and political taboos against my personal observations of unusual phenomena. In various cases, these openly expressed taboos have been based on observable fear.

In other words, I cannot talk about these things, because they are too scary. Reading more deeply into the psychology of the situation, it's clearly more a case of shooting the messenger, rather than addressing the problem.

As I see it, these ridiculous taboos imply that there are self-imposed 'black holes' in human knowledge of the cosmos. Concealment of inconvenient details means that seeking the truth about the cosmos is an impossible task.
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ketsueki
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Unless one follows the anthropic principle to its logical conclusion, that being there are a number of universes equal to and unique to each and every being capable of observing and drawing conclusions.
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whitehorse1
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As many universes as there are sentient entities to observe it! That seems like a fair concept, as all observations of the universe are, by default, relativistic.