where has that "primordial singularity" come from? and what "expansion"?
I like to use terms beyond hearsay or fantasy. (Of course MY narrative is
fantasy based on hearsay, - B U T
it makes sense in its cosequences, I think.)
On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 7:40 AM, Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com>wrote:
> On Feb 20, 4:30 am, Kim Jones <kimjo...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> > Probably. From a friend of mine on Facebook: "Is it possible that the
> notion of the universe expanding is really an illusion based on the fact
> that WE are shrinking?"
> > Perhaps this idea might be used as a "stepping-stone" to a better idea.
> Go on, have a laugh if you want but tell me why this cannot be in any sense
> possible. Conversely, tell me why it might be possible if you think so.
> > Kim Jones
> I think that is not only possible, but I think that it has to be the
> case. I call my cosmological origin myth 'The Big Diffraction' rather
> than the Big Bang for just that reason. If spacetime is created by the
> expansion of the primordial singularity, then that means that there
> was neither space nor time before the moment of 'expansion'. Therefore
> we, and everything in the entire universe was, is, and always will be
> physically within the event horizon of the big bang. It cannot be
> expanding outside of its own event horizon, so it is space and time
> which are surging inward, or within-ward.
> We see it as an expansion and forward arrow of time, but that would
> make sense since that would be the perspective of a subjective
> experience within the spacetime implosion. Objectively, it is the
> ratio between mass and space in the universe which is shrinking as
> more space is created through the passage of more time (or time is
> created through the multiplication of space). The shrinking mass ratio
> can also be thought of as energy's entropic exhaust. Events/
> experiences build significance (meaning, sequence) and kick out
> entropy (space). This is what the universe is; a testing ground for
> significance vehicles.
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