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czeslaw
2004-Nov-22, 09:42 AM
We know about Big Bang and inflation theory. We discuss in our group another possibility:
At the beginning was photon gas (energy) flowing through the very large but limited space. In some conditions the photon gas was condensed and the matter was created in the space with diameter of about bilion light years almost immediately. After the energy extending period matter slowly seperated from the antigravity elements and created galaxy clusters. We see now the acceleration of the distances between galaxies because of the antigravity elements. All the time comes to us the eternal photon gas.

Evan
2004-Nov-22, 03:49 PM
This belongs in Against the Mainstream.

tofu
2004-Nov-22, 04:28 PM
czeslaw I'm intrigued by your ideas and would like to subscribe to your newsletter.

czeslaw
2004-Nov-24, 09:26 AM
This theory doesn't need any singularity at the beginning.
The matter and antimatter annihilated after the large Big Bang. The particles going outsides survived only.
The relict radiation (gamma rays of the annihilation) is gone outsides - we don"t know how large is the space behind 14 billions years light.
The background radiation we see now comes from eternal photon gas and can diverge in time,