While I am not a scientist, I am working with the application of cavitation onto biomass as a co-catalyst for its rapid dissolving into sugars, which we expect to see catalyzed directly to biodiesel and biogasoline...beyond the ethanol paradigm and its Donner Trail. We utiilze all of the biomass carbohydrates (80% of the biomass by dry weight), as well as other components in the total refining of the "barrel of biomass" into fuel within minutes, not days. Working with this phenomenon of cavitation in an applied way, and knowing of its interestins effects of light release within the first stage of cavitation, the bubble expansion out of water..aka sonoluminesence in one induction method, it occurs to me how similar it is in those bubbles to the vacuum bubble of our universe. In each we have light coming seemingly from nowhere at its origins..many theories, but perhaps no consensus to date on the pre-zero nature of the universe...whereas in the cavitation bubble, we know that a force was applied from outside upon water to achieve the effect, either with the special machine I use, or by those applying modulated sound frequency into water to cause its boiling. I can't crunch numbers to compare the universe's beginning to a cavitational bubble, but they are similar in many ways with their vacuum interior, their light sources surrounded by cold space and their mystery. While science can identify what is generating the energy of the sun, it is not so clear that pre-zero energy has been identified. Could it be that something analgous to water preceded the universe as we know it, and that some force acted upon that universal water analogue...dark energy perhaps at high frequency, providing for a drawing back rather than the "big explosion" from a dimensionless dot of the "big bang"? There are not many recognizable things around us that compare to the first moment of the universe which are closer than a cavitation bubble. In the pre-zero-ness, could some energy, dark energy, have acted upon some form of matter which we really do not understand yet which in a relative way is as water in our measurable universe...dark matter, that resulted in a sucking action which became our universe driven by a burst of energy? It fits with the way nature works around us, the cavitation, or at least the first stage of cavitation (it being "basically" a two stage event of expansion with a release of light, and "they" say, 5000 degrees heat..with some saying higher, for..is it a pico-second?) being the formation of a vessel, then a second stage in which the bubble collapses and...interestingly...a release of an energy wave at the speed of a tsunami traveling through the ocean. BTW..those two stages, deftly delivered, gives economic support for biomass hydroysis. Oscillating universe..shock waves upon its collapse...generation of a field out of dark matter? .....perhaps becoming the very energy for its next round of expansion. The fascinating tendency for everything to evolve, from a human perspective, would seem to indicate that within the expanding bubble there is some code that tells rocks to want to become people, and beyond. But humans, however far they get before something collides or a supervolcano has its way..are but parasites of the sun. Cavitation is really cool. My apologies for not talking in physics speak, but I hope that the ideas aren't "anti physics"...except in a constructively negative, cavitating way.