pack an entire universe into a hot speck of plasma and suddenly explode it into
all creation? The question of the Big Bang theory has always disturbed me but
then, for all of my 72 years I have found myself questioning authority.
could not have arisen from material existence because that would not be
creation. Either everything always existed or it did not. Instead of creation
originating from the Big Bang singularity, could it instead have begun with a
reverse black hole? Could such a vortex which sucks in all matter, space-time,
even light, spew out creation?
a theory requires a permanent universal center (an absolutely still dimensional
portal) and Einstein postulated no such rest frame; everything was relative.
Einstein was right, of course; it was just that he had inadvertently also
proved the contrary. Everything is indeed relative except for the other
dimensional portal of the creation event. Einstein said if ether existed, it
would be immaterial. My theory is that material creation proceeds from a
non-material singularity, a worm-hole portal flowing out of a time-like energy
from another dimension.
it is true that all motion is relative (and we know it is), then it follows
implicitly that whatever is said to move is also still and conversely, what is
perceived as still is in motion. Therefore, by way of Einstein's theory, we
learn that nothing is absolutely still, that the whole of the Cosmos is in
motion. Here lies the contradiction with the principle of relativity but only
with the idea that no absolute material rest frame exists.
accepting the theory of relativity, we accept that the whole of the universe is
in motion but at the same time, a universe in motion requires some kind of
relative stillness. This is not a contradiction because the stillness we are
seeking is non-material. Relativity absolutely requires a relative rest frame
to "speak" any motion into existence. So how can the whole moving
universe be in motion, without some (unknown) relative?
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