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Author Topic: A different idea of how the universe is set up  (Read 2129 times)
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« on: March 09, 2013, 04:40:44 »

Hey all,

First off, I havent done much research at all and do not no much about space but i just have this idea and thought id share it here for some fun.

So i was chatting to my mate the other night and suddenly came up with this cool idea of basically just another way of looking at how things may be.

Here goes,

So you have earth and mars, jupiter etc and they are all in the same solar system and out of that solar system you have trillions of other solar systems, now it seems that everything involved with space or energy is a sphere and always comes back on itself e.g. planets, flower of life, creation, sacred geometry, all of that stuff it all starts of as a sphere or the end product is a sphere, SO its possible that space is infinite what i am implying is that space IS infinite BUT just looking at it different,

Is it possible that the whole of this universe is a sphere also? Notice how i said 'this' universe.

Like imagine your on google maps but you zoomed out and can view the earth as a whole, Now zoom out again and you can see our whole solar system, Now zoom out again and you can see millions of solar systems, Now zoom out heaps! Now imagine you can see the whole of the universe as a sphere, as an entire world, so our space isn't infinite in the end it wraps back around on itself creating this huge planet of space and planets within a planet.

Thats my thought, Could that be so that the whole entire universe is just another gigantic world within another ridiculously large space amongst other huge planets of the same form, And that In itself is infinite, You just keep repeating the process on larger and larger scales...

I think that made sense ? Just a random thought.. Seems plausible seeing everything else is a sphere..

Thoughts ?

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« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2013, 11:40:47 »

Although I now believe that the Big Bang theory is bogus, the BBT would actually maybe confirm the spherical theory for me.
If we assume we have a central starting point from which it all "exploded" and then it all expands with the same velocity outwards into every direction you can indeed imageine it like a ballon that gets inflated. Although when you look at it from the outside it is out of timespace as we know it since (so the astrophysicists say) it is also timespace that expanded outwards too, so the entire geometrical/spacial consideration might not really apply here.
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« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2013, 00:17:08 »

BBT is as good as any.

Also the theory is that space is expanding so in that sense there is no 'outside' as there is with the balloon.

So everything is contained within the balloon which is ever expanding as the materials move away from each other due to a force which propelled this and 'space' is being created as part of that expansion.

The curve therefore is within rather than on some outside surface.

It can be imagined that eventually the galaxies will be so distant from each other that they cannot be seen from each other, as they can at present.

This is all possible, even if the general shape of the universe expansion is spherical.

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« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2013, 04:05:40 »

I had this exact same thought a few years ago without any research. I was just thinking, one day, that the world was infinite, in a way. Because a circle is infinite. Meaning, it had no end. Then, I put the concept together with my theory of space being infinite. And the only way I really see something as being 'infinite' in a linear way is if it just goes in a straight line forever. Hmm. To me, this seemed less likely because it's hard to imagine something going on forever in a straight line. So, I went "What if this universe is a sphere inside of another universe?"

And the process could go on and on. We could all be little bubbles inside of larger universes which are bubbles inside of even larger ones. I bet we are a speck, on another speck, on another speck, on another speck.
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« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2013, 08:10:14 »

I have come across this theory multiple times studying the subject. It also possible that the universe is finite because it is a sphere and that space and time is three dimensional. The universe is constantly rotating and if you were alive long enough and sat in the same exact spot for billions of years you could travel through every space of the universe and eventually end up back where you started. Even though there is an end to the universe you would never reach it like a linear way because space and this hypersphere is constantly folding in on itself.
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« Reply #5 on: March 11, 2013, 02:04:44 »

Thanks for the replies, Interesting so my theory which obviously has been thought of before could be correct,
And the only way I really see something as being 'infinite' in a linear way is if it just goes in a straight line forever. Hmm. To me, this seemed less likely because it's hard to imagine something going on forever in a straight line.   

Ye well thats pretty much exactly how i was thinking too, and i also thought Nothing in this physical world is never ending and if we do say something is never ending then i also would think of something that goes in a straight line forever, BUT thats never the case, its always a sphere which makes it never ending as it just keeps going round an round.

So why would space be any exception ? My point exactly. And it seems its true,

But then you say
Even though there is an end to the universe you would never reach it like a linear way because space and this hypersphere is constantly folding in on itself.

Thats very interesting so your still saying the universe has an end like a planet its round but you would never reach it because space folds in on itself..  shocked space is crazy haha

cheers.
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