Post by tomishereagain on Aug 9, 2016 10:01:47 GMT -6
Cosmic Anisotropy VS Homogeneity and Isotropy
The Universe is expanding but in which direction?
April 29, 2014
The universe is expanding — and it is doing so at the same rate in all directions, according to new measurements that appear to confirm the standard model of cosmology.
September 7, 2011
an anisotropy deviation of 0.76 and 0.79, respectively, and a preferred direction of (309°, 21°) and (314°, 28°), respectively.
The Big Bang
There are many misconceptions surrounding the Big Bang theory. For example, we tend to imagine a giant explosion. Experts however say that there was no explosion; there was (and continues to be) an expansion. Rather than imagining a balloon popping and releasing its contents, imagine a balloon expanding: an infinitesimally small balloon expanding to the size of our current universe.
My Observations & Questions
The Big Bang (Great Expansion)
The idea of the Universe starting out infinitesimally small and expanding to its present size does not work. If you think about the expansion of loose material, not all the material expands at the same rate. While a viewpoint from within the expansion might look to be expanding evenly away from you, different parts are actually expanding faster than others. This pushes your viewpoint off center. You are moving with the expansion.
If you accept the expanding balloon comparison all expansion is moving away from the center of the balloon as it expands. If that is the case, we should be able to detect where that center was but we cannot.
The Grand Eruption
The way I see it. The time before the current Universe existed was filled with energy at True Absolute Zero. That energy was 'Frozen'. At one point in time (not place) all energy everywhere started to move. As it heated up, everywhere at once, it started to expand. The expansion initiated everywhere at the same time at below Planck scale. The energy released light as it expanded. Energy coalesced into particles that gained mass and gravity. Nuclear bonds formed and particles became objects. Gravity set those objects to motion. Some of those objects were unstable and exploded sending fragments across the newly forming Universe. Those fragments bonded with other fragments and the cycle continues to repeat. There is no viewpoint because every place is a viewpoint. The Eruption center is not a place, it is a time. We can detect the direction of time. That direction of time is in only one direction. Past to Future.
1. The Hubble Deep Field indicates that light has impacted the detection equipment from a great distance. If light strikes the detector that has traveled 14 billion years to get there then other light from the same source has traveled 14 billion years in all directions from its source. That means that light has a radius of 14 billion years (28 billion year diameter). That diameter is a ball, not a plate.
2. If we were to direct the Hubble Deep Field in any direction, would we get the same results of 14 billion years. Some cosmologists say YES others say NO.
If YES is the answer, that indicates that the Universe origin is everywhere at once.
If NO is the answer, that indicates that the Universe is expanding in a specific direction.
3. Considering that we are within the Universe there should be a region that is shallower than others. That would be the direction in which the Universe is expanding.
4. Since the Universe appears to us as expanding in all directions the center must be within us. I'm not saying that humans are the center of the Universe. I am saying that all matter everywhere is.
5. Matter everywhere is moving in all different directions as observed by our detection devices. Therefore location is not the center of the Universe. Time is.
In trying to explain the Universe we are failing to see the picture for the paint. The answer is right there in front of us. Time is the center of the Universe. It is moving from past to future. PERIOD