Young Universe gets busy

Discussion in 'Astronomy, Exobiology, & Cosmology' started by Adam, Jan 14, 2003.

  1. matnay Registered Senior Member

    perhaps the actual sprites were SHRINKING , and the monitor kept still,
    And they were not just shrinking at a uniform rate but were accelerating...And funnily enough a by-product to this would be Gravity!...

    I was thinking the same thing- that what we see as expansion of space could just as easily be the universal shrinkage of matter, and that the force causing everything to shrink causes the side-effects that we know as gravity.

    And maybe blackholes are the result of "forced" shrinkage which causes an imbalance of shrinkage rates.

    Then again, I really don't know what I'm talking about.

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    You've got it.
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  5. blobrana Registered Senior Member

    HeHE, i was joking.

    But true , it doesn`t really matter which way you look at it, iT`s the difference in change that matters...

    The idea that in a (simple no gravity) universe ,with only you in a stationary space ship , you would float around... now accelerate, and suddenly you have gravity, and no matter how you tried, you could not tell the difference between `gravity` or `acceleration`.

    Now acceleration in the nth ( please put in number)...
    All mass has gravity. just an idea.
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