Sunday, April 30, 2017

The Theory of the Infinite Universe

James A. Marusek

Our universe extends outward in three dimensions into infinity. The universe is populated by a great number of endothermic stars, which are scattered about the universe. Many of these are very ancient, super massive endothermic stars that are so dark and distant that they no longer interact in near space. As a result, the universe is a very dark and cold space. The average temperature of the universe today is approximately 2.73 Kelvin or absolute zero (−270.42 °C; −454.76 °F), based on measurements of cosmic microwave background radiation. Our universe extends across infinite time. The local region of space, our visible universe, was created from a massive explosion called the Big Bang that occurred approximately 13.8 billion years ago. Major events, such as a Big Bang, occur repeatedly over great time intervals like brilliant explosions of mass and light in this great dark void......... To Read More....


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