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Mark Swartz
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What's meant by the theory that big bangs are natural, occur in the greater universe, and break the bounds of gravity, is that the force of the explosion is so powerful that all the matter is moving outward and is permanently freed from the original center of gravity, allowing seemingly endless expansion of regular matter into open spaces of the universe. Whatever might be in its way is pushed back or pulverised, except that the biggest black holes and galactic cores are moved much less but are stripped of most stars, and partially hold their relative positions. These black holes and galactic remnants become some of the drivers of galaxy formation in the new section of the universe. Big bangs happen fast and don't need to wait for millions of years of cooling. Yes, the primordial matter is hot because it holds the heat of trillions of suns, but upon expansion of regular matter into open spaces it cools proportionally to levels found in the regular matter stars before they transitioned into primordial matter in the black hole, a temperature that supports the formation of regular matter. The newly expanding section of the universe composed of nearly all hydrogen begins immediately and happens in weeks and years, not eons. And big bangs happen in open spaces, for just as after stellar core collapse the original space remains and only the matter is more compressed, in big bangs the original open spaces are used up, and only the matter is bulkier (it occupies more space). Primordial matter + open spaces = a newly expanding regular matter section of the universe consisting of nearly all hydrogen via a big bang. But it evens out eventually because as black holes transition regular matter to primordial matter, open spaces are left behind, making the universe appear emptier and emptier (which adds an illusion of additional expansion), until the next big bang does its part to fill up the open spaces with regular matter again. The big bang is achieved from the repulsive forces of primordial matter pushing out from the inside, which does not require speed of light travel, but the initial blast speed can achieve, at a minimum, speeds in excess of core collapse speeds of .23 the speed of light or more, which would make an outwardly expanding sphere with a radius of at least 3.7 billion miles after day one and another 3.7 billion miles per day in subsequent days. The force of the blast plus expansion into space results in a big bang bubble within a pushed back section of the rest of the universe, making it look like we're unique and alone, and for 9 or 10 billion years it powers expansion of that section of the universe, but it wanes as the size of the big bang section of the universe increases, and gravity from the rest of the universe eventually becomes primary, and we begin falling in all directions into the rest of the universe at an increased rate, faster at the outer edges as they get nearer to the rest of the universe. Eternal God, universe and nature.

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