How the universe began and the future of life.
At the risk of loosing any scientific credibility, I thought it would be of interest to post some of the implications that the Uniform Expansion Theory predicts for life in the Universe.
First I must emphasize that my Uniform Expansion Theory is geometrically based and has so far addressed every “attack” given by those who have attempted to discredit it. I have introduced concepts such as “absolute” time and “absolute” measures that are the antithesis of the philosophy found in relativity, but are allowed in my model that requires an “Eye of God” perspective to describe the proper geometry. The model also predicts and establishes the relationships required in relativity in the first place. The model also makes predictions, such as the effect of gravity diminishes over the passage of absolute time, and that all physical processes slow down with the passage of absolute or historical time. These predictions are in accordance with observation. The Uniform Expansion Theory is a serious theory.
The future of mankind is interesting to consider in light of the predictions the Uniform Expansion Theory.
The physical description
Typically in any textbook describing the expansion of spacetime, galaxies are represented as pennies that are taped to an expanding balloon. In the uniform expansion theory, the penny-galaxies would be drawn on the balloon. As the balloon expands, so does every galaxy, every solar system, every star, every planet, every atom, every electron, and every photon. The expansion of spacetime is truly uniform.
If we “run the clock backwards” in such a model, instead of galaxies converging to a singularity, as found in the mainstream model, galaxies maintain their relative distance from each other. If the intergalactic distance between galaxies is 10 galactic diameters, then every galaxy maintains a relative spatial separation of 10 galactic diameters, (baring comparatively minor gravitational interaction effects).
If there were an “absolute” density limit to which matter can be compressed, then this would change the description of the beginning of the Universe. Instead of the one “singularity” as described in the mainstream “big bang” model, the universe starts off with some kind of highly compressed region of spacetime, and mass enters the universe at multiple “singularities”.
Instead of a super massive black hole at the center of galaxies, the cores of galaxies are like “white fountains” where matter is steaming into the universe. Since the effect of gravity is a function of an objects historical location in time, the effect of gravity at the cores of galaxies is much greater than presently assumed since the core is “young”. (The recent observation of stars so close to the core of our galaxy is no surprised in this model, but it was a surprise in the black hole model since tidal forces should have ripped apart any massive stellar formation).
A consequence of the theory is that newly formed stars are going to be at the cores of galaxies. All stars in the outer perimeter of our galaxy will eventually burn out and die. Since our sun is an outer perimeter star in the Milky Way System, if there is any hope for mankind to survive beyond the life of our sun, (which, according to the uniform expansion theory, there are only a couple of billion years left), then we will have to leave our Solar system and head towards the core of our galaxy in search for newly formed stars and planetary systems.
This fate would be true for all sentient life in our galaxy. If there were other civilizations out there, then we would all converge just outside the active core of our galaxy.
Assuming that compassion is stronger character trait than aggression, and we survive as a species, the future is interesting to consider. If there were other sentient beings looking for a home, how would we deal with competition for habitable planets? What and who would we bring with us when we left Earth? Would we leave Earth as biological beings or as robots programmed to start life over when possible? What about those left behind to die in a burnt then frozen Earth?