m74z00219

2008-Nov-21, 10:05 PM

Hi everyone at BAUT. I'm new here; I joined up because this seemed like a good place to post some of the cosmology questions and notions I have.

I have come up with a geometrical notion that offers another way to think of a certain level of multiverse. Wormholes are requisite for this thought experiment.

Construction:

1. Imagine a hubble volume that represents our observable universe.

2. Imagine a wormhole that stretches from the center of the hubble volume to another locations WITHIN the hubble volume.

3. I would argue that this (1) necessarily connects one to a younger place in our universe and (2) puts the traveler at the center of another observable universe embedded in the original (albeit, a younger one who's horizon is tangent to center of the universe he traveled from.

Question: Does this make any physical sense??

What I thought of next was the logical inverse of the above statements. In the manner of using a wormhole, it may be possible to travel to the center of other observable universes that encompass ours.

Construction:

1. Take a wormhole from the center of our observable universe to the center of another that who's center lies beyond the horizon of our observable universe.

Consequences: this universe should not only encompass ours such that they have tangent horizons, but it should indeed be older.

Questions: Does this imply the potential for a multiverse that is infinite in age?

These are theories of mine, but I'm happy to share them with the community here. I'm also eager to here what everyone thinks.

thanks!

I have come up with a geometrical notion that offers another way to think of a certain level of multiverse. Wormholes are requisite for this thought experiment.

Construction:

1. Imagine a hubble volume that represents our observable universe.

2. Imagine a wormhole that stretches from the center of the hubble volume to another locations WITHIN the hubble volume.

3. I would argue that this (1) necessarily connects one to a younger place in our universe and (2) puts the traveler at the center of another observable universe embedded in the original (albeit, a younger one who's horizon is tangent to center of the universe he traveled from.

Question: Does this make any physical sense??

What I thought of next was the logical inverse of the above statements. In the manner of using a wormhole, it may be possible to travel to the center of other observable universes that encompass ours.

Construction:

1. Take a wormhole from the center of our observable universe to the center of another that who's center lies beyond the horizon of our observable universe.

Consequences: this universe should not only encompass ours such that they have tangent horizons, but it should indeed be older.

Questions: Does this imply the potential for a multiverse that is infinite in age?

These are theories of mine, but I'm happy to share them with the community here. I'm also eager to here what everyone thinks.

thanks!