Gravity's Rainbow , will it replace the Big Bang?

Posted by: Kreakin

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Yes. The detection of the mini black holes would indicate the existence of extra dimensions which would support string theory and related models that predict the existence of extra dimensions as well as parallel universes.

3 votes

No. The universe is not infinatley old.

1 vote
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gaberz24 says2015-03-24T19:50:35.7253339-05:00
You spelled infinitely wrong.
Kreakin says2015-03-24T19:53:10.4613829-05:00
Well spotted! Grammar Nazi : )
gaberz24 says2015-03-24T20:26:20.3498388-05:00
The gravity's rainbow theory is less about how the universe was created, and more about extra dimensions and/or parallel universes. The Big Bang Theory and The Gravity's Rainbow Theory could coexist.
Kreakin says2015-03-24T20:32:15.9653027-05:00
You sure about that? I thought if proven it would mean there was never any singularity from which to produce a big bang.
reece says2015-03-24T20:46:33.5271611-05:00
@Kreakin I've made a poll on a hypothesis about an infinite universe before. It's probably related but your one is on a much grander scale. The hypothesis i made the poll about pretty much implied gravity within the known universe is in a liquid state which disproves dark matter and dark energy.All scientists would have to do is find gravitons in the large hadron collider so that it could potentially become a theory.

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