Monday, March 14, 2011

The theory of the very large and the very small

String theory seems to presume that something is vibrating.  I prefere to think that "something" is space and   the so called dark matter which is, perhaps, clumpy and randomly traveling through it like a stone through water or air.  Thus the collision or interaction of the the two matters result in the manifestation of the universe.

This allows for all of the currently discovered natural laws of motion and energy to be exhibited through the known univese.  It allows for all of the unknown, unseen, and unrecognized forces as well.

I have no proof but the very concept of a string begs the conclusion of the string being composed of something else which then requires the explination of what that is.

The physical universe based on the notion of space and dark mater, which are the simplest components of the universe and don't actually require an explination because neither can be seen or measured, is the evidence of their existence. All things vibrate which leads me to the conclusion that the smallest entities are at work and the outcome is both the very large and the very small.

1 comment:

  1. The normal condition of the cosmos is entropic and not necessarily homeogenic. So what is the force that causes the initial vibrations to the extent of the known universe. (big bang!)

    What would be the cause of space to organize when its nature is to devolve and break down.

    Is the known universe expanding uniformily and ordily? I don't think so. So how does one account for that? (big bang?)