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Posted by on 15.10.2006 at 08:17
No way, there is no thread about the universe in Metalstorm? Was there ever one?

Anyway, the universe is always a great thing to talk about as it always sparks up many debates. I personally beleive that our universe is part of a galaxy that is a part of many galaxies that is part of many nebulas, etc... that exist inside of a layer (a molecular outer film that is very thick and is very hot) that seperates us from other nebulas that also have layers around them; you could call them shields if you want. Basically, that everything inside of our layer would consist of humanoid life. There would thus be multiple constructs of this sort orbiting around that hold different alien lifeforms all made up of a collection of nebulas. All matter around these great orbiting constructs would be simply nothing; not even space; just empty white space. Another arguement one could further get into is that there is one great being, even greater then God, who would control all of these orbiting contructs of multple alien lifeform, including our own, which would doubt my beleif in God very much. I would pawn God off to a being much more powerful then himself who controls all layered nebulas of alien lifeforms outside of our own plane (but that's not a discussion to be held in here...maybe...maybe not...)

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TheBigRossowski
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  12.03.2011 at 22:40
Written by Guest on 16.09.2010 at 06:14

I believe in the current Futurama philosophy that time will keep going on and on until about 1 000 000 000 AD when the universe implodes on itself, creating the exact same cycle that came before it...another big bang and the a repetition of the cycle that came before it...


Would you come off it Kap N', you're not even Futuramistic, you're fuckin' Roman Catholic, man. You're living in the fuckin' past with your sick Cynthia...ugh, Universe repetition... thing and ...you're living in the fuckin' future too. (lol)

But I imagine that's how things will be too.
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Skandino

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  14.03.2011 at 12:58
Written by Guest on 16.09.2010 at 06:14

I believe in the current Futurama philosophy that time will keep going on and on until about 1 000 000 000 AD when the universe implodes on itself, creating the exact same cycle that came before it...another big bang and the a repetition of the cycle that came before it...


Some people suggest that, others don't believe that the universe have enough attributes like mass/density proportions for doing that and it will probably expand to the point that everything just gets COLD due to everything being far away from everything else.
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F.N.S.C.A.C

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  31.05.2011 at 03:06
Written by Mr. Doctor on 14.03.2011 at 12:58

Written by Guest on 16.09.2010 at 06:14

I believe in the current Futurama philosophy that time will keep going on and on until about 1 000 000 000 AD when the universe implodes on itself, creating the exact same cycle that came before it...another big bang and the a repetition of the cycle that came before it...


Some people suggest that, others don't believe that the universe have enough attributes like mass/density proportions for doing that and it will probably expand to the point that everything just gets COLD due to everything being far away from everything else.


Read somewhere the other day that string theory (if it is actually true) says that there is a point where we would perceive an expanding and contracting universe as the same thing; that is to say that if the universe contracts beyond a certain point then one would not be able to tell if the universe was expanding or contracting, we could not differentiate between the two.
Gelare

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  18.09.2011 at 05:43
When it comes to the beginning of universe, it becomes seriously complicated. not only for me but also for every individual who cares and thinks.
previously I had millions of thought in my mind. including that we may be only some thoughts that are handled by someone else. or we may be a brain ( or anything else that has the ability of thinking) only, that creates body,life,events and everything virtually.
according to Rene Descartes's theory, I could leave my own first theory. now that I have the ability of thinking, then I myself exist.
still I believe we may be a single cell with the ability of creating and living virtually. or even part of a universal society, so it is no big surprise for me if aliens really exist...
DJ Mythos

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  10.03.2012 at 01:19
I love that OP.

My belief is that black holes must be entrance points for other universes, and that our universe is currently emanating from one of these points on the opposite end, a place of infinite mass and less than microscopic size, pushing out matter and continuously expanding the universe. At the same time, there are billions of universes, each of them spawned by a black hole. Imagine a great big rubber ball with several things that look like needles stuck in them. At the opposite end of the needles are rubber balloons, within the big ball. The needles represent black holes and the rubber balloons on their opposite ends represent universes, one universe attached to the opposite end of the black hole. They are syringe needles - you can blow on them and expand the balloons. You inflate each balloon and it causes the big ball to expand. At the same time, the individual balloons cannot expand evenly because they are being crushed on every side by other expanding balloons. That's the way I think it shakes out. There are millions of universes, but none of them are perfectly spherical, since their perfect expansion is being hampered by the expansion of other universes next to them. And then there's the big ball...haven't decided on that yet! The great thing about this topic is that you really can let your mind float from one possibility to the next. Way smarter people than I are pondering these very possibilities.

By the way, if you'll pardon a bit of shameless self-promotion, I have a radio show/podcast called Vapour Bay Radio, and episode 4 deals with the universe, and various other things. Sorry that there is no metal in that playlist, it consists entirely of ambient music. Anyway, Perhaps you'd enjoy it.
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DJ Mythos

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  10.03.2012 at 03:10
I can't post threads yet so I'm saying it here. Look outside. The Harvest Moon! It's spectacular!
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Bulletdodger

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  05.05.2012 at 19:05
Heraclitus made a good point that could even be a viable basis for a theory today ( with added investigation by physicists, mathematicians, philosophers and all people with a sharp intellect) :
"This universe, which is the same for all, has not been made by any god or man, but it always has been, is, and will be an ever-living fire, kindling itself by regular measures and going out by regular measures."
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