Hello, I think this is a good theoretical question (hypothetical question) to ask. What I am interested in figuring out is: the possibility of the following hypothesis, not whether it is rejectable or not. Is it possible!?!? With the term 'Empty Nest' the specific condition and location within the process of the Big Bang is meant, where during the process of materialization, the center area of the Big Bang was not involved; as in not actively partaking in the materialization itself. In this hypothesis, when looking back in time, the center of the Big Bang is empty (hence the name). The center in specifics is not involved with materialization — but rather almost undisturbed. Empty Nest is proposed to be surrounded by materialization moving away from the nest, making the nest larger. As such, the process of the Big Bang is then comparable to the behavior of a balloon in which all air molecules are under high pressure when blowing up such device, and that close to all air molecules would move almost perfectly outward all around when that balloon is punctuated from all sides at once (which is of course a condition that cannot be performed on a balloon in a perfect way, but that delivery — close to perfectly executed — is one of the options for how the Big Bang took place). For the Empty Nest theory, the skin of the balloon is the primordial condition of our universe that does not belong to our universe, while the outward movement can be see as part of the process of materialization. Under such conditions, a few molecules in the center of the balloon would be stirred, but not shaken, while they are immediately surrounded by all other air molecules that move outward in all directions at varying speeds. As such, the process of materialization (which occurs in/during the outward movement) would then be an outward manifestation of propelled energy, while the center of the Big Bang does not participate in that process of materialization (though it can nevertheless be considered as a fundamental part of the Big Bang). So that is the question out there. Would this be theoretically possible with the facts we know today, and if so what are the specific implications/requirements under which this theoretical outcome would have operated?