the more i create fractals, the more i see them in nature. they are everywhere, quite literally. this leads me to the believe that the universe is a) made of math, and b) is recursive. microcosmic to macrocosmic similarity, with repeating trends ad infinitum.
i find it interesting when Albert Einstein said the universe could be finite(having a definite beggining and end) and yet have no boundaries.
i was also watching a documentary on the string theory with Ed Witten (a physicist) and i find it inteteresting that it said "the universe may be a strange and lonely one, populated only by abstract concepts and many dimensions".
I like the universe where it is expanding and contracting indefinitely. after reach certain "size", it will contract back to a single point, another big bang happens and new universe is born, possibly with new law of nature
There's a lot of models based off big bounce, so are any of them more appealing or less appealing for you or they'll equal in level of appeal? The phoenix theory of the universe/multiverse is just one of them.
really? there are a lot of models? I didn't know. well, I think all of them is ok. I dislike the current model where universe is expanding forever, and even more and more accelerating, which finally ends in "big tear".