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    Quote Originally Posted by Owl View Post
    I was typing so fast that there were so many ears that when i read it i almost crapped myself.
    ...Say what?

    After reading it, I feel like you crapped on the rest of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Owl View Post
    I'd like to think of the universe as a small sphere among many more.
    The multiverse idea is a common one, and quite plausible at that. There are quite a few different variants out there, the lots of bubbles idea which I assume is how you are imagining is one of those.

    Inside our sphere the Big Bang happened on one side of a sphere once it does all galaxies Stars clouds of gas all move all the way around to the other side where they Collide and at one point where become so compacted and dense that they exploded outward going to start the same cycle it once did before which we call the big bang
    So you are imagining that the universe is like a balloon and inside all the matter and energy condenses over one side then goes big bang expanding out over to the opposite side condensing once more?

    Its can be a good thing to use analogies to imagine how something works but often (at least when it comes to spacetime) those analogies don't really physically match reality. Balloon analogies and membranes analogies are often used by scientists to try and visually explain to the lay person what the math and physics are predicting.

    it's a crazy idea but I bet a thousand of other people thought the same thing but I'm free for any other ideas that people have for me so feel free to tell me your thoughts for i always think up crazy things as such. I was typing so fast that there were so many ears that when i read it i almost crapped myself
    There is nothing crazy about your idea, and quite a few think along the similar lines for the universe model you have imagined. The next step would be to read what you can on the current models of the universe then try and imagine how or if your idea could be plausible. See if your model is compatible with the data already known or proven sound, then go from there.

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    Well put David.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David M W View Post
    Its can be a good thing to use analogies to imagine how something works but often (at least when it comes to spacetime) those analogies don't really physically match reality. Balloon analogies and membranes analogies are often used by scientists to try and visually explain to the lay person what the math and physics are predicting.
    The next step would be to read what you can on the current models of the universe then try and imagine how or if your idea could be plausible. See if your model is compatible with the data already known or proven sound, then go from there.
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    Well put David.
    I agree, very well put.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Well put David.
    Well put David.

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    I know this is childish. However before u stepped in your friend shut him down. It was not right. No......... I will not put a bunch if dot and not explain. Here I will say it your friend speaks too much and puts down people. We all say things. Freedom of speech should never suffer for it or him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    I know this is childish. However before u stepped in your friend shut him down. It was not right. No......... I will not put a bunch if dot and not explain. Here I will say it your friend speaks too much and puts down people. We all say things. Freedom of speech should never suffer for it or him.
    Owl is my son and lives right here in this house. I joke with him that way quite often. I did not shut him down. You are assuming things. He lacked interest in discussing Science on a science forum because Tumblr and 4chan gives more of what he wants than this board does... No comment there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Owl is my son and lives right here in this house. I joke with him that way quite often. I did not shut him down. You are assuming things. He lacked interest in discussing Science on a science forum because Tumblr and 4chan gives more of what he wants than this board does... No comment there.
    Ok then. I will leave this topic alone after i say this. So Emp is not ur kid. Ur son will deal with you eventually. Im saying he will be smarter than u. More open minded. Lol at this point i expect u to be lying about everthing but what do i know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Ok then. I will leave this topic alone after i say this. So Emp is not ur kid. Ur son will deal with you eventually. Im saying he will be smarter than u. More open minded. Lol at this point i expect u to be lying about everthing but what do i know.
    This from the guy who just claimed I magically blocked his ability to use [quote] and [/quote] tags...


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    Also really. When it comes to science and proof u guys are similar. Except he knows more thruths about thw universe.

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