Big Bang Theory. A little joke at the 90s kids talk.. liven dong remember this aren t 13, 000, 000, 000 BO Int!. the universe is 6000 years old big bang nineties kid explosions
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#151 - thisitesux
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the universe is 6000 years old
#413 - lolzordz
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again with the 13,000,000,000 BC kids....

you were just born at that time, you didnt even contribute to any part of it, deal with it.
#132 - spazzii
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Speaking of Banging :)
#161 to #132 - anon id: 37c7ec7b
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**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at All the time... ** that is exactly what I am talking about
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at All the time... ** that is exactly what I am talking about
#417 to #161 - creepertime
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#167 to #132 - ohsnapagirl
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Also speaking of banging :)
#177 to #167 - anon id: 261171d4
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he's gay gurlll
#178 to #177 - ohsnapagirl
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Comment Picture

User avatar #203 to #178 - funnyjunktitan
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he's not gay, leonard's gay
User avatar #286 to #203 - corkscrew
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irl leonard is not gay, sheldon is
User avatar #326 to #286 - funnyjunktitan
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actually you have that backwards

User avatar #329 to #326 - funnyjunktitan
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nvm
User avatar #330 to #329 - corkscrew
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never mind, as in you realized you were wrong?
User avatar #650 to #330 - funnyjunktitan
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ya I got the actors mixed up
User avatar #211 to #203 - pinacleofevolution
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the actor is gay
User avatar #214 to #211 - funnyjunktitan
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ya that's what I meant but I don't know his name
User avatar #219 to #214 - pinacleofevolution
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Jim Parsons
#354 - Warzonebeta
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Hey I remember that, it was a blast!
#355 to #354 - doctordalek [OP]
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No, it was a bang.
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#287 - pooflinger
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Well, you see....

Our whole universe was in a hot dense state, then nearly fourteen billion years ago expansion started. Wait...the Earth began to cool, the autotrophs began to drool, Neanderthals developed tools, we built a wall, we built the pyramids, math, science, history, unraveling the mysteries, that all started with the big bang!

:D
User avatar #290 to #287 - chaotixx
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One thumb for you!
#254 - deathkilledme
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This has never been more relevant
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#385 - nITE
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If you dont remember these people then your not a big fan
#392 to #385 - missuicide
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Doctor Who!!
#402 to #385 - kozmikhail
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Doctor Who Thread?
Doctor Who Thread?
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#4 - MuahahaOfLore
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If matter is neither created or destroyed, then the universe isn't infinite

If the Universe Isn't Infinite then it has an end

If The Universe Has an End, what laws of physics would dictate how it looks?

my theory would be powerful gravity that acts almost like hitting light speed
instead of time slowing down, time would speed up and you would decay before
you could hit the edge and disperse into the universe
I call this
THE PARTICLE DISPERSAL THEORY OF A NON INFINITE UNIVERSE

(OC) please debate this its been on my mind for a while
#31 to #4 - xplosevdiarrhea
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Universe could be infinite, since it includes empty space. Consider a large box and a small amount of dirt. Is the size of the box limited to how much dirt you have? I think not. Or infinite matter/energy already exists. Remember, creation/destruction law isn't limited to matter, but also includes energy. E=mc^2 means matter can be converted to energy and vise versa.
#11 to #4 - anon id: 675138f7
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Not true, read it in a book once
#22 to #4 - joeykaze
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i believe the best way to show timespace continuum is with Cartesian coordinate system. Imagine that you flat 3 dimensional world into 2 dimensions, forming xy plain. That is how we compressed 3D into 2D, then we add another axis , z axis and name it time. That is how i visualise timespace continuum. This was made for the purpose of visualizing, since as human beings we are unable to think in 4 dimensions.

Now insert into our system a Unit vector and imagine that this Unit vector is a sum of speed through 4 dimensions. It can only be dispersed among 4 dimensions, 3D of space and time. When we stand still in space (we never do since earth revolves around its axis and sun, sun around galaxy, galaxy expands and travels away from centre of universe..) we travel through time with full speed of this Unit vector which is light speed (299,792,458 m/s). When we start moving through our 3Dspace that Unit vector divides itself among time and space, hence objects with mass travel more slowly through time and faster through space.
Photons of the other hand are always traveling at the speed of light and are much more of a ******** for me.
The universe does not have an end because it is infinite, it is curved into itself. How i don't know and i have no evidence to support my claim. I can prove that it curves but i cannot yet prove just in what way it is curved for it to be infinite.
This is just my view on universe and that is why your theory contradicts mine.
User avatar #24 to #22 - MuahahaOfLore
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my problem is that their is no proof that the universe curves into itself

and we are sure matter isn't created or destroyed, and even if matter and energy are interchangeable neither is infinite

I also reject the theory of dark matter and in its place put chaos theory
User avatar #23 to #22 - joeykaze
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also matter can be created out of energy W=mc^2 => m=E/c^2 , this can be calculated in atomic cores, where part of mass transforms itself into energy in ourder to keep protons (which repel themselves) together. Energy on the other hand cannot be destroyed nor can it becreated, it can only be transformed.
#55 to #4 - anon id: 64ccf7a3
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ok,now express it mathematically and you may call it theory,until then it is just im going to put scientific words one after the other till i create a phrase that makes me look intelligent
#87 to #4 - crackboots
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okay here are the flaws
gravity is the curvature of space-time if the edge is strongly curved to where does it curve?
time speeding up defies general relativity, and implies something else but i'll get back on that.
where would the particles that made up your body go? when a particle flies trough this edge where does it go?

but the time speeding up makes for a massive loophole, since the universe expands it should expand faster near the edge(as time speeds up) so at the edge itself the expansion rate would be infinite causing an.... infinite universe.

nice idea though.
#93 to #4 - iwillmurderyou
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Well actually.... Um.... ****. I have no idea.
Well actually.... Um.... ****. I have no idea.
#225 to #4 - robberebbor
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Assuming there is no force outside of the universe, then mass will tend to the attractive force, no matter how far away.

This will most likely be a black hole. Mass that is travelling away from the center of the universe will eventually slow down, and return to the strongest pull in the universe condensing down into pure concentrated energy, where it will reach a critical point and explode with a 'big bang'

Based on this theory, there have been multiple big bangs and multiple universes created by it.

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User avatar #5 to #4 - doctordalek [OP]
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I'm not educated enough on theories like that to debate it.
User avatar #19 to #5 - theivindon
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me neither
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User avatar #99 to #4 - weedz
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sorry your logic is flawed from the beginning
"If matter is neither created or destroyed, then the universe isn't infinite" this is not a valid basic logic to start with, for 2 different reasons
1. lavoisier said that matter can't be destroyed or created, but it doesen't have to be always the same, and by same i mean volume, area, composition etc, (take the singularity of the big bang as example, it was a unique single point that contained all the information that exists today) and what are you doing is saying that the universe is finite because it exist x total matter, but that matter is only actually information that can be transformed in almost evrything, including energy
2. universe doesen't need matter to be infinite, actually only 0.4% of the universe is composed by matter (70% by the theoretical dark energy and 22% by dark matter)
in my opinion, i think that is positive for us to think and theorize about things, it's always a good thing to stimulate our cerebral activity, but we should confinate our abilities to things that we could actually confirm, since it will be almost impossible to ever discover if the universe is finite or infinite since all the radiation lefted behind from the big bang (cosmic microwave background radiation) acts as a limit to our visibility, and we can't see past that, besides that if inflationary theory is right (and almost compltetly, it is) there would be a point in the universe where space is expanding at the speed of light, and we couldn't see past that either.
sorry for my bad english, is not my mother language :)
hope the best for you, if you want to discuss other related things i would be interested in beeing contacted
User avatar #622 to #99 - MuahahaOfLore
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I like your answer

If i spread all the matter in the universe as thin as it could go and it covered an insurmountable amount of area, would it still need to come to an end sometime?

Also, i kinda reject dark matter, no data actually backs it up,
just lack of data and speculation. That's God territory
I believe that they are just looking for something to prove why chaos theory works more strongly on a subatomic level.

And i suppose that your right, in that if the universe is expanding at light speed we would never reach the end anyway, but part of big bang theory speculates the big crunch.
User avatar #648 to #622 - weedz
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well since could have 0.000(...1) Y we could have a mathematical infinite X for matter, and it's existenciality in a paradox itself, it could be finite and infinite at the same time, if inflationary theory is correct there is a point in the universe where it is expanding at the speed of light, therefore conting as infinite
dark matter is supported by A LOT of trustified data, it is true that we can not see or hear it but we can definitively feel his presence, dark holes (which are founded by dark matter) have a gravitational pull so strong that they can influence an entire galax (98% of galaxies are verified to orbitate on centered dark holes, even our milky way) we can even feel their gravitational pull from here on earth.
dark matter is not the solution to the dilemma of quantum mechanics (the chaos at subatomic level) i don't really wanna explain to you all of that quantum mechanic is, even because it's almost impossible, even to a scientist to understand it completely, but dark matter cannot certainly prove the "randomness" and borderline existentiality present in quantum mechanics.
the more currently viewed theory about the creation doesn't explain the big bang from the singularity as we know it, a new theory, called membrane-theory (M-theory) it babasically explains the existence of 11 dimensions (10 of space and 1 of time) and says that our universe is flat (currently correct) and it forms a "membrane" this membrane as a twin membrane made of dark matter 0^27cm near each other and when they collide (because of their gravitational pull) on each other they cause an explosion at radiation of matter and energy, causing the big bang and creation of everything in a cycle, it is the more interesting theory of creation right know, in my opinion.
hope this is not confusing :)
User avatar #649 to #648 - MuahahaOfLore
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I understand why Scientists believe dark matter exits, but i still believe it is a red herring and that the data is summarizing something else that we don't understand

The main cause in belief in string theory is the disappearance and reappearance of subatomic particles, as well as a religious belief that if a few molecules were off during the big bang, life would have been impossible.

I still reject dark matter, as with that multiple universes, believing it a fools errand

String theory is only proven by super symmetry, but that in itself doesn't justify multiple universes either, creating super symmetry can be as simple as literally having 1 object in 2 places simultaneously, humans trying to get a read on that is like humans trying to figure out a slight of hand magic trick from 30 feet away with a 65 bit camera.

I also notice that not all physicists believe in multiple universes, so we may have found the point of contention between particle physicists not unlike religious debates.

If your confident in the existence of dark matter you can try to convert me ^__^
User avatar #636 to #622 - weedz
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give me 20 min to reflecte about that
i am a little bit to high and hungry right now, willl get back to this as soon as i can since i really liked your answer
User avatar #465 - syis
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Come on, I was born in 13,000,000,011BC and I remember it perfectly.
Kids from 13,000,000,000's aren't the center of the world!
#472 to #465 - senorgeniusface
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I think you mean 12,999,999,989 BC
User avatar #473 to #472 - syis
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nope.

In 12,999,999,999 I was 11 years old.
#490 to #473 - nonhata
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nope he put 12,999,999,989
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User avatar #487 to #484 - syis
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Depends of the day in the year.
Freakin hard to do the maths, since we had no calendar back then...
User avatar #491 to #487 - syis
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woops... "depends on what day in the year"

Edit Boost.