the big crunch may have started with a 10 large spacial dimensions universe with circular orbits.As a result the atoms would be unstable and the elctrons would spirial into the nucleus.
Opposite charges X and Y cannot be in the same place at the same time in the same state except just prior to the big bang.
The electromagnetic force is overcome by the strong nuclear force.
And gravity as it increases exponentially brings the positive and negative particles together.
When gravity is strong enough the charges are in the same place and state and time and annihilate one another producing the energy of the big bang.
The potential energy of the big crunch is converted to the kinetic energy of the big bang................
And when the direction of time is reversed you can use Einstein dice 1 ODD+ 1 EVEN= 2 ODD.
and 2 ODD+ 2 EVEN= 4 EVEN.
To determine the standard equation.
And have a thoery of everything that vcombines QM and GR.
And can make predictions about the laws of our universe following the big bang.
Because eliptical orbits are unstable the big crunch must have been in a universe of unstable circular orbits.
Since an explosion always results from instability and goes to a more stable state.
For the atoms to be unstable and explode gving rise to a big bang with eliptical orbits in three dimensions.
Maybe string theory is wrong about the other dimensions being curled up maybe they are in the preceeding big crunch universe and they are large spacial.
10th November 2011 - 10:47 PM
QUOTE (aircloud7+Nov 10 2011, 07:04 AM)
Maybe string theory is wrong
take any mathematical formula, and invent dimensions to make the math work correctly.
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