- Jah Kable
- Troy, NY
- United States
Thinker ready to be unleashed upon the world,
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Do you believe something (THEORETICALLY) traveling faster than the speed of light could have been the cause of the Big Bang?
It is theorized that traveling faster than the speed of light compresses space-time. Push this theory to the maximum and it would result in the whole universe being in one VERY small area (the moment before the Big Bang). Then whatever caused this compression reached their destination or destroyed themselves perhaps. Then BOOM the moment of the Big Bang! Maybe I've been reading too much or maybe it really does make sense. Let me know what you think! Always happy for feedback that isn't "what are the specifics" *cough cough* (Blade Runner)