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Uncle Joe Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jun-06-08 05:25 PM
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7. Just as I thought our universe from the Big Bang is a developing fetus
within a universal uterus. I would call the time before the Big Bang, Foreplay Time for lack of a better term.

The early forming rocky planets were the equivalent of barren eggs, the asteroids and comets bringing life giving compounds sperm cells, dark matter serves as the placenta holding everything together while it develops.

"Detailed measurements made by the satellite have shown that the fluctuations in the microwave background are about 10% stronger on one side of the sky than those on the other.

Sean Carroll conceded that this might just be a coincidence, but pointed out that a natural explanation for this discrepancy would be if it represented a structure inherited from our universe's parent.

Meanwhile, Professor Carroll urged cosmologists to broaden their horizons: "We're trained to say there was no time before the Big Bang, when we should say that we don't know whether there was anything - or if there was, what it was."

That 10% stronger on one side is probably the head of our universal body as the head is usually out sized in a fetus. Most everything seems to be continually dividing, and expanding, I imagine until when that bubble pops and then our universe will be born and we will make up its body in one form or another.

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