What is nothing? well a simple person could simply say, to not have. (ex: a basket without any apples.), but that is "a lack of something". I'm talking about complete nothingness.
The concept of nothing and infinity
The concept of nothing could be very similar to the concept of infinity, in that nothing is infinitly nothing. For example, we all know numbers can go on forever, add two numbers together to make a bigger number, and then add that bigger number by another, and so on..but at the same time never even being close to infinity. Well, the same concept should be applied when subtracting. If you subtract a number by another and keep repeating this process, you could end up at 0.000000000000000000000000000000000007, but at the same time not even be close 0.. Going by this, would 0 even exist?
the 3 types of infinity, according to our perception
1 +infinity: forward in time. its direction is progressive,parallel with time.
*from our perspective*, +infinity would be the adding up of different forms of matter .(atoms->molecules->plantes->galaxies->...?)
2 -infinity: back in time.its direction is toward the beginning of the universe
the deduction of matter itself
*The pattern of which could lead one to imagine infinity
3 infinity: present time
infinite in an enclosed space (will elaborate further on in my post)
Deeper than math
So where does +infinity end, and where does -infinity start? could it be that these two infinities are directly linked? Where the point of origin for the universe began, would it's path lead back into itself creating one entire universe, or would the origin go in all directions creating unlimited possibilities?
I'll attempt to answer life's biggest questions with my big fat head.
The origin of the ENTIRE universe, according to me:
if nothing/0 in itself is -infinite, than for that nothing to "exist", would make it +infinity?
How the universe works, according to me:
and a little backup from Riemann sphere - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This brings us to the sexy formula of 0/1=?, which many mathematicians agree with btw.
So if you divide 1/0, wouldnt that = ??...
since we all know that anything you divide by 0 will =0, and if 0=?, then wouldn't the outcome of 1/0=??
So, if 0/1=?, wouldn't that mean 0*?=1? It's the same equation just rearranged, so i would think so.
Basicly the whole 0*?=1 thing means that the entire infinity is an enclosed system, the inside being infinite and forever expanding, but from an outside perspective, it is just 1.
A real life example of this, perhaps proving this to be true, is our universe itself. It expanding as you read this in every direction possible creating a sphere like shape.
As for how the expanding ? we are living in right now came to existance? my guess is a black hole from another ? created another ?.
note: this is the physics of a blackhole, reversed. So basically, according to my theory, the universe created from the blackhole would always be fed from the universe which created it, similar to how someone would blow a bubble.
(please ignore the theories enlisted in this photo, and only focus on the physics. And according to my theory, this photo should be the shape of a sphere, expanding from the feed of the point of origin.)(Also, this picture assumes a direction of force, I assume that the direction of force is in every direction, as justified by the expansion of our universe which i have just explained earlier)
So in conclusion to my theory, I think this is a plausible explanation for the ? expansion of our universe
This is just some stuff ive been thinking about for a while, feel free to get your thoughts in as well