This is a paradox. A few of these paradoxes are explained through the use of quantum mechanics. Sailing though the cosmos at the speed of light with no time passing us by, moving throughout time to witness the ancient Egyptians create their masterpieces. This is an exciting concept that we could actually formulate and make happen. Before the time of Einstein, Newton and other great investigators thought of space as an infinite expanse in which all things exist (Hewitt 213).
The Big Bang Theory Why is the Universe expanding? What is Cosmic Back Ground Radiation (CBR)? There are many questions asked about our Universe, which we know so little about. Scientists, in their attempt to answer these and other confrontations, have found one idea that seems to explain much of what we don't understand: The Big Bang Theory. An explosion of incomprehensible speed was the beginning of our known Universe and existence.
IT is tempting to think of the universe before the Big Bang as being a vast, infinite, expanse of empty space, like the space between the galaxy clusters today. The Big Bang, then, would have flung matter into this nothingness, but this is not what happened. Space itself was created during the Big Bang. Einstein and all subsequent cosmologists have viewed space as being as real as matter. In fact, physicists now view empty space as a sea of “virtual particles”.
There has yet to be proof of this theory because we haven’t experienced any signs of our galaxy compressing. The expansion mentioned in the big bang theory can also suggest that there are other universes in existence. Physicists believe that when the small mass known as the beginning of the universe began to expand, it could have done so in such a rapid way with such force that it let off different sections. These sections are thought to have potentially grown at different rates, causing a difference in time and space. These differences could result in other universes with completely different traits than ours.
Many models of the big bang suggest that it can, while the theory of relativity says that it cannot be done. We see the universe because we are who we are, and where we are. That is the only reason we can question the facts of our existence. Sometimes we answer questions that were never supposed to be addressed. Space-time has always been in question.
“Instead of carrying its own fuel, a Bussard Ramjet would scoop up the very thin traces of gas and dust found in interstellar space, known as the Interstellar medium, using a vast funnel shaped electromagnetic field that extends for thousands of miles in front of the spacecraft.” (http://www.livescience.com/55981-futuristic-spacecraft-for-interstellar-space-travel.html ) That is one way of fueling up. In most cases you would have to use your resources. Another way to get fuel is from the energy around you. “In the meantime, science moves forward. And while NASA is not pursuing interstellar flight, scientists here continue to advance ion propulsion for missions to deep space and beyond using solar electric power.” (https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/technology/warp/warp.html ) So that is another way to get power from
It, in fact, wasn’t an explosion, but instead the space was expanding as a whole. An explosion implies that something exploded, or expanded, from one center point outward into space. As the Big Bang Theory implies space and the universe began by expanding. The universe is still continuously expanding. (Maskowitz) The Big Bang Theory would be completely pointless without reasonable explanations to support it.
Time is assumed to be 'out there' somewhere and quantum systems could, in theory, evolve in either temporal direction, but we don't experience or observe this. The de Broglie-Bohm solution to this and other troublesome ambiguities (e.g. results from double-slit experiments) requires 'pilot waves' (Pilot wave) to propogate backwards from every event in spacetime, including those of all the particles in an 'observer' in its futu... ... middle of paper ... ...traveller's situation gets much, much worse Consider that the rotating planet is revolving around its sun at 108,000 km/h (and with momentum vector pointing towards Scorpio in April and Orion in October, giving a speed differential of 316,000 km/h and a ka-boom of about 150GJ, akin to 35 tonnes of TNT going off). The Sun, in turn, is moving in an undulating orbit around the centre of the MIlky Way at 800,000 km/h (ka-boom would be 15 TJ - about a 3.5 kiloton baby nuke), which in turn is moving with the Local Group towards the Virgo Cluster, which in turn...... and so on and so on. So, where would the traveller from the future actually land?
Where do some of these spins off come from? You wouldn't think it but most spin offs come from space exploration and the advancing technologies that are involved with it. You see as space exploration curiosity grew and the idea of venturing off to space became more and more of a goal that was close to being reached, a large array of new advancements had been found. For material things to be sent to outterspace they had to be a variety of things, strong, durable, flexible, and even spring actioned. Sure there were already such items to be found already, but none were in the condition they needed to be to be ready to be used to build space shuttles.
Humans can never know for the certain why the universe was created or what caused it but, we can still create arguments and theories to best explain what might have created the universe. The cosmological argument is another idea to prove the existence of god. Many philosophers debate wheatear the cosmological argument is valid. The cosmological argument starts off quite simply: whatever exists must come from something else. Nothing is the source of its own existences, nothing is self-creating .