yes indeed but can you believe that in every tv show about space they are talking about a radio bubble that could be picked up by aliens, and they do that for about 50 years even today.
isn't that funny :)
so the only difference for someone living in a universe very close to the big bang singularity and us living in our universe would be the temperature and density of matter and deadly radiation? there is no intrinsic way of saying, oh im in a more curved space than I have to be, other than the...
I don't understand why the first reason would be true, why would it have to move faster than c, but the second one I would rather imagine then imagine that the whole universe popped out of nothing and that it happened out of a singularity.
well a balloon's surface Is flattened out when you blow it up that's what I mean, also the curvature of space-time at the big bang was infinite and then it got less as a result of expansion, or space-time got flatter. I did read all kinds of stuff im just trying to be very simple on the subject...
the same goes for this signal bubble of radio and tv transmissions right? there is no way that these signals can go very far into space but I don't know why they persist in almost every tv show that aliens could pic up hitlers speeches or what not :D
ok so no bubble or boundary is supposed to mean that space just suddenly flattened out? from being a point to being something else? or better said just from being very dense to not being so dense anymore?
please if you don't mid sharing your explanation of the big bang?
1. radiation travels faster than matter.
2. our earth was formed much after the big bang.
The big bang goes like this. At some point in time and in some point in space (witch we cannot determent so we just leave the location open and say it could have happened anywhere) all the matter...