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November 11th, 2008 #1
First signs of something outside the universe?
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November 11th, 2008 #2
It's subtle friction from the Tupperware container that holds the universe...
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November 11th, 2008 #5
Reminds me a lot of dark matter at first, mabey this is a stonger evidence of the thoery that majority of gravity as a fundemental force lives in another dimension, kinda works in a way. Theres something out "there" , this could be like a another puzzle piece of something big beyond our universe.... perhaps an origin
November 11th, 2008 #6
it actually reminds me a bit of Matryoshka dolls, except we're on the inside looking out and every time we find the edge of another doll, we find another beyond it.
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November 11th, 2008 #7
I don't know if this is proof of something outside of the universe or not, but I'd be willing to bet that there is even without this.
...Maybe its something that showed up and is going to eat the universe as a result of firing up the large hadron collider.
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November 11th, 2008 #9
I read about an alternative theory that after travelling VERY long distances, photons are actually slowing down, resulting in a shift within their spectrum, thus creating the impression of movement. According to these theories, space can stretch out into infinity actually.
I'm not saying that this is the truth and this finding would not indeed be fascinating. But I think in those spheres where physics has no means of proper experimentation and they only eye they have are pure mathematical games (like in the multiverse-theory and the string-theory and so many other theories...) one shouldn't really be jumping to assumptions as quickly as these articles do. I bet no one of the scientists actually making those observations are as thrilled as you are.
November 11th, 2008 #10
Here's some further reading and listening on multiverse theory
warning: Your mind may be blown
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November 12th, 2008 #12
You know, this is EXACTLY why I wish I could live on forever. So I could follow what humankind comes up with.
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November 12th, 2008 #13