See, what you are failing to realize is that science is oh-so close to being able to find evidence of a mulitverse. So, what you claim to be metaphysics, shall soon be considered science (it already is).
String theory? Scientists have placed Hydrogen-3 in a vacuum test tube in two different phases, one sandwiched between another (think: plasma-colder plasma-plasma) by freezing it to 150 microkelvin above absolute zero. Thus being one step closing to testing string theory. Basically, the fact that they can actually set up tests to test string theory, pretty much solidifies it as science.
I'm curious if you even know the basics of string theory.
Well, current theorom suggests that there our view of a "universe" is skewed. Dr. Michio Kaku explains it quite well in an interview with the BBC here.
What is suggested is that basically you could think of an individual universe as a soap bubble, with black holes as birth canals in which a new universe would be spawned. A soap bubble because, hypothetically, all universes are connected via black holes, with "white holes" being the universe birthers. You then get another big bang/expansion from each individual black hole once they become too full with matter, thus turning to "white holes" on the "other side", emitting enrgey, rather than sucking it all up.
If you actually think about it, and realize how vast our universe is, it's not really that inconceivable. Of course, you actually have to think OUTSIDE the box to perceive it. Hopefully, with Kepler, we will be able to get more data as to support this hypothesis, or discard it and come up with a new one.
So, essentially our universe has always been expanding even prior to T=0. T=0 meaning Time=0 or going back 13.7b years ago to 0?
If you think about it, a black hole is exactly what is theorised when speaking of "what was before the big bang". An infinitely, or near infinitely, dense point of matter. IMO, all of that matter has to go somewhere.
Scinetists don't normally just make up random shit and make it public. Well, at least the good, honest ones don't. The ones that do, are called those "creation scientists".
Very true. And I most definitely agree. I am just suggesting this as a very good possibility since the idea of "before the big bang" is becoming skewed as well.
And as can be seen here they are getting oh-so-close to successfully testing the theory. Couple this find with Keplar, and the VLT in Chile, here, which is in the process of being set up to take a direct peek at black holes, we are in for some kick ass cosmology in the coming years.
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Re: What's the time frames, and how about common ancestry
That is NOT AT ALL what NASA claims the JWST is capable of. Please, please, PLEASE stop blaspheming astronomy like this. Did you not read the link I responded to perdition with? Did you research what you typed?