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Big Bang and Dark Energy – A post by Jason George

Can you please help debunk my big bang theory that aims to answer issues the current model cannot? We assume dark energy is consistent because of our measurements of it are over a short time relative to an area with mass “evenly distributed over it”, But time and space are unified. We know the presence of mass slows the movement of time. The same should be true about the expansion/generation of space.

Cosmic Speed Measurement Suggests Dark Energy Mystery

This is possibly confirmed by recent studies and is another discrepancy the current model fails to account for. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/cosmic-speed-measurement-suggests-dark-energy-mystery/




In an area lacking enough mass a spherical peak facing outward (the opposite direction a sphere of gravity points) would form where time and space are generated at an extremely high rate. Virtual quantum pairs would appear split around opposite sides of the peaks infinitesimal center and separate further around peak/sphere/center. They would do so at very quickly and be randomly distributed. This random distribution would leave an asymmetry in the amount of matter/anti-matter produced on opposite halves of the peak, flowing away from the peak that causes the dominant one on each half to annihilate the opposite near it leaving pockets of cmbr in space(from the annihilated particles) around pockets of quarks.) Different areas around the center would be dominated by the opposite after concurrent generations. This means either we are located somewhere in this initial dominant ring or in a successive area dominated by a large enough amount of matter, I’m not sure if this can ever be solved.

Virtual particles become actual particles the longer they are separated by an external force. Space would be spreading very quickly but would slow down as the mass was generated this is concurrent with what we know about the big bang. Lots of energy, lots of expansion. that slows rapidly. People will object to this theory because the universe has no center for a peak to form. every point in space that existed at t=0 was and still is an infinite peak where this process is still happening. The original points would be spreading away from each other so that their generated mass/space never meet but their cmbr does(because it moves at the speed of light, faster than the slowed generated space). The peaks themselves would not lower/slow because of the mass generated around them because ∞ minus any number =∞. This could also mean time has no beginning/an illusion, which might be more likely since we are assuming space is infinite too.

I don’t think there would be anyway to determine that in our observable universe. This might also explain what dark matter really is, if dark energies acceleration was relative to the mass in the area then the generated space around formed mass would have accelerated slower relatively to the gaps.

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