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The Big Bang Theory

Whenever I read about ‘The Big Bang’ as the beginning of the Universe and our own existence, I always come back to the same problem…. What went ‘Bang’ in the first place if nothing was there? I simply do not accept that as even a theory. Something has to be there to go…’Bang’.

My own theory is that there was a Big Bang, we ignited within another existing thing. Thing isn’t a very useful word to use I suppose, so I will call it Ether,Essence, EE for short. My view is, I imagine a mist smaller than Quantum level, and infinite. There was a shift in the balances of this EE and it ignited. Our Universe continues igniting and expanding for 10,000 million years +. We continue to ignite EE at the edges of our Universe, continuing to expand our own existence by consuming this EE.

There is the fact that under the present Big Bang Theory model, 90% of the required mass of the Universe is missing, and has been called Dark Matter. There is no understanding how the perimeters of Galaxies are moving at the same rate as the centres. It is not understood how this can happen. My theory is that the perimeter of our Universe is consuming EE, creating a shell of matter at all edges of our Universe in every direction. The difference between the original Big Bang Theory and mine ( although I would be astonished if my theory has not already been thought of, but I have never seen this theory put forward ), is that when something explodes outwards, its energy is eventually dissipated, whether the explosion from a Star,  bomb or a sneeze; the force eventually lessens and stops – I appreciate that gravity is responsible for this, etc, but bear with me, this was the beginning of time. If I can use time in this context…..

But if the explosion is within something else and that something else – in this instance EE – continues to fuel the expansion of the Universe, what happens? The material already consumed and that has created the early Universe continues to be carried along in the throes of the continued  expansion by force. A simplistic explanation is, when we clasp our hands together and pull them apart, the palms pull the air along with them on an outwards and expanding trajectory. If we continued to be able to apply this outward trajectory force, the air inside our clasped hands and any particle, would continue to be forced, carried,  along when pulled apart. This could be why the galaxies defy the laws of physics under the original Big Bang Theory. By having the explosive force continue and pull everything along with it, the galaxies are under this influence.

The 90% of Dark Matter could be one of two things. It could be the burned remnant of the EE within our own time and space but not transparent or opaque we cannot see it.

Or the outer shell of our expanding Universe within the EE is the missing 90%. Our Universe is not a sphere, if memory serves scientists analysed the data and the Universe seems to be flattened down and longer in the horizontal than the vertical, so to speak. I wouldn’t know how to begin to measure the sphere as a quantity under this theory, but would assume that it would be at an atoms size only, at the event horizon so to speak.  It has been proposed that under most circumstances, we could not exist and neither of course could our galaxies. Under the perfect sphere theory of the Big Bang, gravity would not have had an effect in the variations required to form galaxies. But if we started from the original Big Bang, the force would surely have been uniform? There was nothing to alter the perfect expansion?

Under my theory the EE did not have to be perfectly uniform, in fact the reason for the ignition into The Big Bang was probably caused by the very EE imperceptibly altering enough for my Big Bang to begin.

I hope I have explained what I mean adequately enough, I am not a scientist by any definiton of the word, I just have a theory.

I apologise for those of you who thought this was to do with the excellent comedy series, but I hope you enjoyed the read and it has given you food for thought anyway.


Thank you

Hallo Rexryan. Thanks for your complimentary reply. When I decided to set up my own blog, I had in mind not to write for the sake of it, not to be random or abstract, but to be sensible about what I wrote, from my point of view and I also wanted people who came across my site to have a bit of fun too. So thanks for your kind words.

Results of Spot the…..

None of these pix were photo shopped in any way, they were either taken with an Olympus 820i digital camera or a Samsung D900i Mobile Phone. I have decided to separate the answers to the Spot the… fun pix, so that people can play this game in perpetuity. If you don’t want to know the answers, look away now!!!

Top pic, Speckled Wood Butterfly, side on looking left. Middle of pic, right hand side, just to the left of the thick twig pointing toward you.

Next pic, Red Admiral Butterfly. Near bottom of pic in the middle, partial view.

Next pic, Holly Blue Butterfly, on left of paper – I think!

Next pic, Evil me! Two Butterflies! Gatekeeper Butterfly, middle of pic right hand side, (brown and orange) partial view. Common Blue Butterfly, top left, partial view.

Next pic, Brown Hawker Dragonfly. Top middle of pic, facing you in hover.

Next pic, Bird, Heron, left of middle of pic on riverbank.

Next pic, Bird, Robin, middle of pic.

Next pic, Bird, Marsh Harrier. Look at the lower part of the electricity pylon, right hand side. Two plants are sticking up above the others to the right. Just to the left of the left one in the middle of the lower part of the pylon, just right of centre of pylon; in flight.

I hope those who viewed these pix enjoyed them. If I take poor quality photos in the future, be sure they will end up here for another round of Spot the…!

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