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Joseph (@warriors41) 10 years, 9 months ago

Bubbles of light you ask? How about bubbles plus light: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/70/Rainbow1.svg

I said digestion because of what you just said. Burping too.

I think the answer I’m looking for exists more in what Alex said about the Flower of Life. The universe doesn’t waste any space. The star Capella is actually a system of 4 stars. 2 binary systems close to each other. That is why when you observe this star it looks shiny, flashing and multicoloured. Prisms, triangles, fractals, circles. The goal of humans is to keep doing, repeating, existing. I guess it all depends on how you look at it.

December 16, 2011 at 10:20 am
Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

so first there was one bubble, then two, then 4, then 16,64,1024, 329659546

okay I just made the numbers up lol but the idea concerns the nature of the Big Bang and also the nature of Expansion.

The big bang is said to have started as a tiny speck where everything was all connected as one, then it started to expand and cool and energy was forced to clump together to making particles and over 14 billion years here we are, a highly evolved mess of particles on a chunk of particles rotating around particles.

My idea is to think of this more like bubbles. Because when you say it started as a small speck that makes no sense to me. We are the universe! The particles that make us have always been, they’ve only been more complexified. Anyways, if you think of it at first like a bubble, and then the bubble popped but it was so huge that the pop is taking years and years and years to actually happen and everything in the universe (stars galaxies planets) are just the result of matter and energy flying around in space and gravity is making them form together and the space is cooling down (though energy like heat is preserved so this just means that it becomes more focused, like in stars).

Does it sound right to look at the universe as a bubble with many tiny bubbles inside it all bubbling around each other?

oh, and i’m assuming the first bubble would be a perfectly perfect sphere. but i dunno

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Anonymous (8) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

I never though of it as bubbles before, interesting thought. In my eyes it’s not the most accurate but it’s better then anything I can come up with. Bubbles to me when they are closed off they will not grow anymore, can be added on but will not grow. What if it were to be more like a giant helium balloon that keeps on growing filled with smaller helium balloons that keep growing?

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

Look at the flower of life, and consider space evolves the same way.

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elton (0) (@elton) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

“It’d be difficult to prove, however, since our universe has recently been discovered as being “flat”. Though, if the universe is so vast, so huge and we’re just a speck on the horizon, it’d be like a bug crawling alongside the balloon, it looks flat but the balloon is not.”

and once upon a time we thought the earth was flat :)

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Daniel Tate (11) (@dctate) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

flat? Like the same way our galaxy and solar system are essentially “flat”?

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

The universe is like a bed sheet, and matter is like placing objects on that sheet. It pulls space and time downwards (or upwards) The larger the mass, the bigger the
‘dip’ or the more the fabric is pulled.

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

What does anyone think of the idea of the bubble being in a stage of slow popping. because I think the general idea we have of expansion is incorrect. The universe was never a tiny speck and it was never huge, it’s like relative or something. The idea is of the most simple perfect bubble popping and the inside of the bubble closes in on itself and becomes more and more complex and organized inside.
exactly like this but not a square http://www.windows2universe.org/the_universe/images/cosmic_gc3_new_med.gif
I kinda look at it as the universe as both contracting and expanding at the same time. Like.. first it was a water droplet, now it’s a snowflake but the amount of material never changed, it only cooled and expanded, just like water does when it is frozen.

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

has anyone ever looked closely at a slice of bread? notice how when it bakes it make a ton of little 3D bubble in the bread.

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

http://www.spacetelescope.org/static/archives/images/screen/opo9607a.jpg
What would you think about the universe if you saw this through your telescope? Is it the eye of God looking back at you? Or does it perhaps have more to do with time, travel, light and mirrors?

What if it was yourself looking at your own eye? The universe is like a bubble, with black holes catching the bubbles of light because the universe is also fractal. The shape of the universe is ourselves, including everything else around us. You ever seriously sit somewhere and stare until the force of gravity pulls you into a moment of awareness..
https://www.highexistence.com/discussions/topic/black-hole-in-the-pupil

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

Also I think I discovered where the bubble repeats itself fractally again. In the two eyes but also part of metabolism and digestion.

I know this discussions old but does anyone have anything to say about this? Making bubbles with your body?

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Sea Monkey (2) (@seamonkey) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

Yep, I have seen the bubbles in sliced bread.

Bubbles of light? The only thing that I can relate a bubble of light to is ball lightning, and those things are pretty rare.

Bubbles in metabolism and digestion? Why not in the respiratory and immune system? Please explain.

Making bubbles with my body?, the only bubbles I make is when I fart in the bathtub

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Sea Monkey (2) (@seamonkey) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

lol, that’s just an illustration of how white light split up in to other colours.

The universe must be quite upset with itself because it is full of wasted space, even when looking atoms, it is mostly empty space :(

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

@SeaMonkey, But empty space has so much more energy than everywhere else! Empty space is simply the ground state of the fields. The only problem is, is that we cannot harness this energy for practical use.
Perhaps everything that isn’t empty space needs the energy from empty space to even exist. It’d be like, us, and other forms of matter is the clock, but all the screws and nuts that keep it together is the empty space.
I can feel my hands against each other, but there is still space between them. If you slowly push two fingers together, it’ll reach a point where it seems almost magnetic where they just all of a sudden come together. (not sure if that made sense)

Why do bubbles float?

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

@Alex good question. The answer is probably the same as why do clouds float. They are lighter then the environment, and the surrounding air pushes them around.

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

Its interesting that when bubbles form on a drink or something, they always pop up and condense in the same places.
Also, just looked it up a bit, bubbles float because the air trapped inside is lighter than co2. Bubbles eventually come back down, because co2 can enter the bubble more quickly than air can leave the bubble. It’s odd then, because the molecules can move in and out of the bubble easily. Now I should look up what causes bubbles to sporadically pop. lol

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

@Paul Thank you. That’s a beautiful photograph. It is an eye, with lens, retina and optic nerve as the finger.

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Eric (1,819)M (@blankey) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

I’m too lazy/tired to read all of this yet, but cool picture^^!

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Eric (1,819)M (@blankey) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

There are way too many theories for that.^

Basically, we don’t know.

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

There was no first bubble. The bubble is just infinity. Because inside of the bubble is that same bubble just repeated over and over.

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 10 years, 6 months ago ago

I was just thinking, what makes that popping sound in static? What makes that shock sound in lightning? When electricity escapes and your hear it snap. omg the ion. it’s beautiful to think in bubbles.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDMBX8YAjXo

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