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FilmSnob wrote:Eventually, some of the energy will find eachother again, and probably another big bang will happen.
Film Snob: That does make sense...
Leading to a virtual infinity of eventual individual big bangs?
James: Such has always been my suspicion, especially once I found out how physics particles actually hold together. But I'm not willing to place any money on either side of that bet yet.
If truly ALL particles are shrinking, the question comes back into the forefront of how they ever formed to begin with. The BB isn't an explanation, merely a distractive excuse.
I personally am of the opinion that the world is slowly but surely kind of disintegrating. Eventually, some of the energy will find eachother again, and probably another big bang will happen.
As particles disintegrate (assuming they do), they become merely radiant energy. At a certain point, a particle can no longer sustain itself at all and simply vanishes completely into radiant energy.
That radiant energy is never lost. But at that point, the local universe would be much like the surface of the ocean where waves of radiant energy density would rise and fall. Once that density rises high enough, particles will automatically reform. As they reform, they gain mass attraction and begin to accumulate. Eventually, they can become the radiation absorbing black-hole and grow to an eventual point of being unstable and explode - again. And there you would get your repeated Big Bang.
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