David Franklin

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David Franklin
Posted over 1 year ago
If the universe is expanding - what is it expanding into?
Quantum flux is an event, if even in theory. It had to have been preceded by a prior event. I know of no example wherein there is a singular CAUSAL event, upon which all other effects are observed. My sense is that all events witnessed now or that ever were, are EFFECT from prior events, which proceeded from an eternal dynamic state I name a UNIVERSAL CONTINUUM.
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David Franklin
Posted over 1 year ago
If the universe is expanding - what is it expanding into?
I work with three basic rules that assist me in seeking to understand all these situations, as follows: 1. Every Event in the Universe, so matter how small or large, was preceded by another event. 2. Every event is unique. 3. One can predict a future event(s) if one has sufficient information of prior events.
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David Franklin
Posted over 1 year ago
If the universe is expanding - what is it expanding into?
Your point is well taken, thank you. But... Wasn't matter uniform before the big bang? How could it have been otherwise? How could matter have been any thing else but homogenous plasma? Isn't is crucial to the big bang theory, that there was no matter outside the big bang mixture? If there was matter outside the big bang, then this alleged big bang was not homogenous and not a singular, all encompassing, phenomenon exclusive to one point or area? If matter also outside the big bang, how could it be there, exclusive of the Big Bang event? WHere did it come from? Do colliding galaxies suggest different amounts of matter came out of the big bang at different times? and therefore the Big Bang was not a singular event which evenly spread from the focal point?
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David Franklin
Posted over 1 year ago
If the universe is expanding - what is it expanding into?
There are pictures of galaxies mixing and colliding with each other. IF....the Big Bang is true, how can this be possible? How can matter exploding out and away from the same point of origin, with the same increasing velocity collide? How could some masses be moving faster or slower than others that would possibly facilitate collision, if all space is expanding uniformly? How can any quantity of masses expanding away from the same point, collide with another, when the path of each mass is unique and has no other body of force (gravity) in front of it?
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David Franklin
Posted over 1 year ago
If the universe is expanding - what is it expanding into?
The word 'Universe' is defined as "All matter and energy, including the earth, the galaxies, and the contents of intergalactic space, regarded as a whole." THEREFORE, by this definition, the Universe is merely expanding in and unto itself. A question I like much better is one that questions the idea of entropy on the Universal scale. The question I have asked and have yet to get an answer from any astronomer or astrophysicist is: Can you explain how the Universe run UP TO...the Big Bang?