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Stargazing Expanding universe

  1. Feb 15, 2017 #1
    Hi everyone,

    I was thinking of a new theory in physics regarding dark energy, black holes and the accelerating expanding universe.

    What if most of the matter created by the Big Bang was pushed at the edge of the new created space/time like explosions, the matter is at the edge of the explosion and more rare in the center.

    For that reason, black holes could have formed at the edge of our universe, attracting the matter giving the impression of an expanding universe quicker and faster.

    But what would really matter, is those black holes. Are they still expanding or coming back to the center?

    We know gravity and we know black holes exists. But so far nothing has been proven regarding dark energy that would expand our universe.

    If this is true, the furthest galaxies nearest to the edge of our universe should accelerate more than the ones more central.

    Thank you for your time.
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  3. Feb 15, 2017 #2


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    We do not discuss personal theories on PF, only scientific papers or textbooks and general questions of understanding.
    Neither is there any reason whatsoever to assume such a symmetry breaking could have occurred, but more important is the fact, that there is no such thing as an edge.
    There is no such thing as a center either.
    It isn't.
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