Originally Posted By: paul
there seems to be 1 huge problem , everything would need to reverse direction in order to head back to the center.

however there isnt anything that could accomplish that.

unless the universe is inside a area that has a pressure and the big bang pushed against it.

then perhaps that pressurized area could eventually push everything back.

or a huge vacuum was created when the big bang occurred and eventually the vacuum would pull everything back.

Im really not concerned with it , I was just trying to see if there was a way that it could happen , thats all.

and I'll leave that type of thing up to you guys.

theres another huge problem also.

a rock cannot create another rock.
atoms dont create atoms.
gasses dont multiply.

all the scientist on earth cannot create a grain of sand.

or a simple hydrogen atom.

This a QM effect you need to look at the background of a bosenova explosion (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosenova)(http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/35556)

They first collapse inwards the explode outwards


Bosenovas were first created about 10 years ago by adjusting the magnetic-field strength between the atoms in a BEC so that the short-range "van der Waals" forces between the atoms are attractive, rather than repulsive. This causes the BEC to collapse in on itself much like a dying star. It then explodes like a tiny supernova and throws off many of its constituent atoms.

That part I have no trouble with it's the size and scale I have trouble with.

Edited by Orac (09/14/11 01:47 AM)
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