Scott Mayers wrote: ↑Fri Mar 15, 2019 10:17 pm
If at the side of the infinitely large, I asked if we could reach, observe, touch ...The Universe's Wall
, this question is to whether we can have a time and spacial origin point, a Singularity?
Singularity may well exist, but that in no way infers an origin point.
For example if, as some of you BELIEVE, that the Universe had a point of origin, and let us say that that point was singularity. Even if ALL of the Universe was at that point of singularity before expansion began, then what was there, which obviously there HAD TO BE some thing, then that is the Universe, Itself, already existing.
Now, if we are calling It a singularity, which composed of ALL of the NOW Universe, then that singularity obviously had a reaction, (which some call a big bang), with an expansion, which has lead up to now, when this is written. Now, before that so called "big bang" either of two things were happening:
That singularity, which is just nothing more than an infinite compression of matter of the whole or part of the Universe, was having some sort of "internal" reaction (imagine nuclear reaction) for some "time" until finally It "exploded" with a "bang" and expanded. Or,
The whole of or part of the Universe was collapsing back on Itself until that caused a reaction, which set of some sort of "explosive bang", which then set of an expansion (once more maybe?), leading to us being here NOW, whenever this is being read.
Either way whatever 'action' that happened, which caused the reaction, which caused "a bang", which started an "expansion", happened in the concept of BEFORE. Whatever state the Universe was in BEFORE that state human beings can only go back to and conceive IS still the Universe, just existing in another way, shape, and form.
IF the 'Universe' means ALL-THERE-IS, then the Universe has ALWAYS existed. Just in different ways, shapes, and forms.
The Universe, in relation to the concepts of "space" and "time", is infinite and eternal.