I asked a question I hope someone can answer for me in my first post here, and in doing this I mentioned I had theories for these two topics, but it wasn't relevant to go into them there. After reading some interesting ones, I would like to give the basic gist of a couple of my many theories about our cosmos.
Let me start with the acceleration of the universe. (and forgive me, but I'm sure you can understand that to go into alot of detail would result in a novella, so I will keep it brief.)
To say dark energy is the cause of the speeding instead of slowing of our universe, is another way of saying "I don't know" not a solution in my opinon.
If our universe was a car, black holes would be the motor.
One of the first scientific lessons I was taught in school is "Energy can never be destroyed, just converted." Sense energy is matter and vice versa...how are scientist going to conclude that matter falls into a black hole and after a long period of time, they eventually evaporate is redonkulous to me. (misspelling intentional)
I am convinced that each and every black hole is a "big bang egg" in our multiverse. It consumes until it reaches a critical state, and a new section of our multiverse is formed.
Kind of like a portal. Think of it as putting a straw in a bottle of bubbles and start blowing. That's basically what it looks like.
Our black hole "engines" exert such pressures and temp, it is directly involved in adding mass as it squeezes and heats at temps and pressures we can not even fathom. I think it is so great, it breaks most atomic bonds which is why we only had a few elements at the very beginning of creation. They had all been "recycled"
In other words, scientists need to be looking in black holes for the Higgs field, not in billion dollar particle accelerators.
For something to "Bang" there has to be a concentrated cache' of energy. A black hole has that after it has "fed" for years.
New research has also shown that when particles enter black holes, its information is not destroyed. Its basically "written into" the black hole. Which is another reason I don't "buy into" the "black holes slowly dissolve away" theory. Information can not be destroyed.
When it decides to "write" at criticallity, it is not only the parent to our portion of the cosmos we call a galaxy...its also the glue that holds it together.
We have more black holes than any scientist would have ever dreamed about, and ones bigger too.
Which leads me to the expansion of the universe.
Dark energy is not moving things faster and faster. Black holes are not only the engines, they are also our cosmic "recycling bins". Our ultimate fate.
Think about the earth as a rubber duck, and an emptying bathtub as a black hole.
As the duck gets closer to the whirling vortex of water that is draining...it starts to move faster and faster.
See where I am going with this?
Well, that is as far as I am going to go because I keep needing to explain more, and no one likes an essay written in forum form.
Of course...all this is just a few of my theories. I am not ignorant to the fact one peice of evidence or new discovery could pull the rug out from under these at any moment. But it is kinda fun to hear different ideas.
Well...that too is my opinion.