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Why is the universe speeding up?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 03:43:42    Popularity:     

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I'm no physicist or anything near that but I've just been wondering something lately. Since the universe is speeding up and we're not sure why. Could it be that perhaps our time is influenced by a massive black hole slowing our time down and c

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Some say Gravity, some say Dark Matter
I think the Big Bang happened farther back in time than we estimate
Its name alone describes to me an explosion from a Singularity
From that, there was nothing to stop it
It goes on farther than even our most advanced telescopes can see
It could well be stretching forever, or might as well be
There is only as such matter as the Universe allows
It could be getting stretched so much that big spaces, like in a Sponge
But the Dark Matter Brigade probably wouldn t like that

So where would this hypothetical black hole be, exactly?

I have a watch just like it -- just saying.

The speeding up of the Universe is based on a spin frequency constant determined by Irving Hubble. Galaxies have their orbit at different level of latitude with the the same radius vector to the center of mass in the Universe.
Hence the Universe is not really expending, this is a fallacy on miss understanding Hubble Constant about a universe spinning on its axis.

Well, ..., the current speculation is that Dark Energy is accelerating the expansion of the universe. More observational studies are needed to better understand the nature or expansion, it's interaction with Dark energy, and of course the nature of Dark Energy itself before we will really understand the mechanics behind expansion and its acceleration.

It’s one of the largest unanswered questions we have at the moment. The effect of the expansion ‘speeding up’ is called ‘Dark Energy’. We don’t know what’s causing it or how it’s being effected. I’m hoping we find the answer in my time, but... I’m not sure that’s going to happen.

In a graph with time as the 4th dimension, the universe is represented as a cylinder starting off at the Big Bang and moving along 13.772 billion years until now where we have seen the cylinder diverge away like your steel tumbler at its mouth. This diverging away represents the expansion of our universe. The ring shape is maintained by a universal motion involving fibonaci number sequence and golden ratio (The fibonacci spiral is a path of least resistance, seen in the structure of massive galaxies and tiny snails). Now, the universe has met with resistance enough to cause the cylindrical ring to expand out, and this resistance is offered by 'dark energy' probably due to an increase in speed of each body in space.
Do speculate until scientists and observatories give more details.

One speculation is called dark energy. We call it dark because we're totally in the dark about the source of that energy and no one has yet actually observed or measured that energy. But as kinetic energy can be thought of as some average force acting over a distance and a force can yield acceleration. dark energy seems to have all the characteristics we need to explain why the universe is speeding up.

I have another speculation. Negative gravity.

Immediately after the big bang, our baby universe expanded faster than light. It is called the inflationary epoch following the big bang. Conjecture is that the FTL expansion was caused when a scalar field settled down to zero potential energy right after the big bang. And that put enormous stress on the brand new baby universe by means of negative gravity. And, yes, according to the general theory of relativity negative gravity that pushes rather than pulls is possible.

There is evidence to support the inflationary epoch. So my speculation is this. We are having another but undetected scalar field settle down to zero potential energy. And that is pushing the much larger universe than the inflationary epoch universe was. So the rate of expansion and acceleration is slower than the first one right after the big bang. In other words, there is now negative gravity offsetting the positive gravity from all the mass in the universe. And that net force is expanding the universe at an accelerated rate.

Time is NOT speeding up, the amount of data we are creating and being hit with everyday is increasing exponentially, so it SEEMS like time is speeding, usually starting some time in your early 20s, but that's just you and how you perceive time. The universe is NOT and time is not speeding up. Your metabolic rate affects your perception how fast time is passing. for many people time subjectively speeds up when they have their first child.

Where's the black hole? The Universe has plenty of black holes. You need to be specific, WHICH black hole are you talking about.

Maybe it realizes it's late for something.



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