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I still dont know how space got there in the first place, also there HAS to be life out there, the universe is huge so they are out there somewhere.

According to stephen hawking theory that our universe was once nothing, no antimatter, no matter, just plain pitch dark.

He theorized that the massive black hole may have created the big wet fart (Big bang), and all those antimater and matter came from other universes, thru teleportation (maybe)

But we still don't know the origin on how matter and antimatter are created from
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Matter is always appearing all over the place, but only for an instant, that much is known but where it comes from is not. Why did so much matter appear and stay for so long is unknown. But if the outside of the universe is subject to the same quantum mechanical processes as the smallest spaces within it, and antimatter is not fully mapped. Maybe one day we can see that it really isn't that long at all (we only measure by observing entropy anyway), and perhaps there are as many universes as there are quantum fluctuations.
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Matter is always appearing all over the place, but only for an instant, that much is known but where it comes from is not. Why did so much matter appear and stay for so long is unknown. But if the outside of the universe is subject to the same quantum mechanical processes as the smallest spaces within it, and antimatter is not fully mapped. Maybe one day we can see that it really isn't that long at all (we only measure by observing entropy anyway), and perhaps there are as many universes as there are quantum fluctuations.

We ARE part of matter, Matter is what we see, physicly, feel, and create, everything are made of matter.. all those Chem in the Chem table = matter, blackhole, stars, planet = all matter

reason antimatter is not around cuz there were more matter then antimatter during the begining of our universe life

look, universe mystery cannot be solved by quantum physic or anything that is created by mankind, (Quantum physic and law are part of mankind creation as well) and we will never able to solve it. if we do, we can control time and space, and can create or destroy our own universes

Quantum process can only help so much, once the learn something new about universes, the whole quantum process and theory and law have to be revised again


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Matter is a general term for the substance of which all physical objects consist. Typically, matter includes atoms and other particles which have mass.

Edited by DrDarkTempler - 6/18/11 at 7:28pm
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and no, friction and gravitational pull does not affect the rate of the expansion, why? i don't think Black Hole = Infinite Energy. Black hole is just a gravitational pull that is so dense that everything near it drag and compress into single atom, even black hole can be full and vomit the matter back out (reverse black hole? or Gamma ray burst) which release energy back out, that process may help expands the universe faster
Interesting theory but have you considered that black holes may recycle matter instead of increase the way the universe expands? Think about it. If the big bang is the confirmed theory, then what if black holes function to recycle matter after compressing it all into a singularity? We don't know whats on the other side but maybe they're the universe's custodian with the other end spewing matter into empty space outside of the expanse.

I'm not a physics major so feel free to tear this theory to shreds should it hold faulty logic.
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Interesting theory but have you considered that black holes may recycle matter instead of increase the way the universe expands? Think about it. If the big bang is the confirmed theory, then what if black holes function to recycle matter after compressing it all into a singularity? We don't know whats on the other side but maybe they're the universe's custodian with the other end spewing matter into empty space outside of the expanse.

I'm not a physics major so feel free to tear this theory to shreds should it hold faulty logic.
Or it could be the matter is being expelled via a white hole, forming nebulea.
 
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We ARE part of matter, Matter is what we see, physicly, feel, and create, everything are made of matter.. all those Chem in the Chem table = matter, blackhole, stars, planet = all matter

reason antimatter is not around cuz there were more matter then antimatter during the begining of our universe life

look, universe mystery cannot be solved by quantum physic or anything that is created by mankind, (Quantum physic and law are part of mankind creation as well) and we will never able to solve it. if we do, we can control time and space, and can create or destroy our own universes

Quantum process can only help so much, once the learn something new about universes, the whole quantum process and theory and law have to be revised again
I know exactly what matter is Sir The universe creation cannot be solved or understood without Quantum theories. The laws of the universe as we know it simply do not apply in the first micro-seconds of the big bang. In this world, matter and even anti-matter always exist somewhere and for brief moments. There is an anti-matter effect on the universe even in it's current scale. You are right, it is believed there is simply more matter than anti-matter, but we just haven't begun to understand how yet, and why there is still so much matter left over at all, (it is not in keeping with out basic undertstanding). It is my understanding that we simply can't go so far without having to ask the question, "What is the environment before the Big Bang?" We are begining to understand the properties, we can even see the exact patten of the early universe by looking at it today. But we can only go so far. Still for some 2 million year old apes on a lucky rock in an infitesimally small section of the universe with a tiny view of it. Pretty amazing!

Of course all theories are man-made, but they are there to help us understand the world around us. To say that they give us power directly is ubsurd! A law is quite different, while it can be something that we know happens unequivocally we may still not understand why. We know how the quantum world works and the fact the quantum computing works is proof of that. We may never be able to understand why! What you state about control of time or other; it is not because of being able to complete quantum threory or to begin to understand how that stops us. It is the exact reason Heisenberg uncertainty principle exists, we already know we cannot observe any exact state, it is the reason why science is not at the end yet, what makes science continually more exciting and why the Quantum theories will continue to be adapted and expanded, solidified and they will help explain the deepest mysteries of our universe! As an aside, entropy always wins, I hope that law will always reside over the fact that we can't manipulate anything entirely

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Interesting theory but have you considered that black holes may recycle matter instead of increase the way the universe expands? Think about it. If the big bang is the confirmed theory, then what if black holes function to recycle matter after compressing it all into a singularity? We don't know whats on the other side but maybe they're the universe's custodian with the other end spewing matter into empty space outside of the expanse.

I'm not a physics major so feel free to tear this theory to shreds should it hold faulty logic.
God knows But they do know that Black holes spew out an enormous amount of radiation at the pole!

Cheers

Edited by Unstableiser - 6/19/11 at 12:16pm
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We are just part of the residue of a cataclysmic matter and antimatter collision. It is believed that for every billion particle annihilated due to quantum fluctuations one particle was left behind. Quantum theory itself applies the general rule that you cannot know the energy and position/velocity of the particle at the same time. You either know the energy or the position/velocity. It's a chaotic theory and it explains the mess the universe is in.
Edited by yashau - 6/20/11 at 5:46am
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It is surprising because, if there was nothing and you had an explosion from a single point source - you would expect uniformity and symmetry because you would expect that in nothing, there would be no external forces to compel non-uniformity and asymmetry, and that we would observe a non-clumpy universe.

It can be explained if there was some inherent flaw in the singularity to start with, a flaw that allows for clumpiness and for a preference for matter over antimatter - but that implies that the singularity was not a singularity, but a non-uniform clod of something. And if this is true, then why do some particles, like electrons, have a more uniform distribution and a parity of number with protons. We have a clumpy universe but no massive clouds of excess electrons floating around and making a mess of things.
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