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Dr Hawkins says " matter slowed down after the big bang (in a vacuum) , Hubble says Galaxies wa

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 06:52:32    Popularity:     

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Hubble He may be right because Creation may have taken place at a trillions of time the speed of light .At the speed of light creation would have been

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He may be right because Creation may have taken place at a trillions of time the speed of light .At the speed of light creation would have been to slow.
As per Einstein field Equation of general relativity the Universe was designed as a conservative system.That bucks Hubble equation. In order toe be conservative the Universe must be spinning with the galaxies at it pole would be slower than the galaxy and its equator latitude.Hence it that sense Hubble only indicated that the motion of the Universe has a constant angular velocity.

Galaxies are not speeding up. Space expansion is speeding up. The galaxies are just along for the ride.

Not clear what matter slowed down after TBB. In fact, during the inflationary epoch, which followed right after the Plank period, space apparently sped up to faster than light as it expanded. But, again, it was space that did it. All the stuff inside the new space just went along for the ride.

Aur bhi dukh ha muhabat ka sawa

He has been wrong on several things.

Both can be correct.

I see no reason to doubt this. There can 2 different forces involved.

Want an example? Look at the atom.
2 protons have the same charge, but we know that 2 same charges repel.
At close proximity, the nuclear force holds them together.
Once separated by a distance, they repel.

Who is Dr Hawkins?

Why can't both be?
You are not giving any actual speeds, just observations.
Slowing down and speeding up are not absolutes.

Actually, it's all a cockamamie theory cooked up to explain the unknowable.

Look at Einstein's theory of special relativity: E = MC^2. The amount of energy in matter is IMMENSE. How could the universe "slow down" and compress ONLY SOME energy into matter? Then, turn around and create systems to release that matter, never again to have that mechanism in place to revert energy back into matter again.

What's even more ridiculous is to look out into space at galaxies that are SO FAR away they are not in the positions that we see them, and probably don't exist anymore, and theorize that they are moving away at the present time. For all we know, if they still exist, they may be moving towards us at this time.

The present state of science these days reminds me of when the Catholic church had full-time wealthy monks sitting around all day contemplating and arguing over how many angels could dance on the head of a pin. Whilst being fed grapes by sex slave women.

The emperor is naked, people.

It was thought for years that the 'Big Bang' should be slowing down, due to the gravity of all the galaxies in the universe.... however, recently (about 20 to 25 years ago), it was found that the Big Bang is actually speeding up. The effect for this is called "Dark Energy"; Dark, in that it's unknown, and Energy, in that there is acceleration occurring in galactic clusters, pushing them away faster as time goes on.



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