Can the universe reproduce? And if it does, can it, with all of its multifaceted ramifications, actually ever be considered alive? This is a theory I have arrived at which answers many questions I had about our universe. Here are the key points of the theory.
I have observed in many things that, as is small, so it big. In other words, if you look at small things, you can see the same thing going on in large things. Electrons spin around an atom’s nucleus similar to planets rotating around a sun, and like galaxies spin around a black hole. Another example, there is chemistry in the interactions between two atoms, just as there is chemistry between two humans, and there is also chemistry between two stars. In fact, it is even called attraction. So, I figure if bacteria reproduce, and if mammals reproduce, maybe the universe can reproduce. As is small, so is big.
So we know our universe is expanding at an ever increasing rate. We aren’t sure why. Some scientists says it’s due to the presence of dark matter or dark energy that we can’t see in what we assumed was a vacuum or an empty space, and that this dark matter is pushing the universe. Well, my twist is, if we have one universe, then surely it can be done a million million times. Why would there only be one? If it can be done, it can be done again, hence the multiverse, universes surrounding ours. And if so, then these universes could be pulling on ours just as ours pulls on all those around us. Attraction. Gravity. Chemistry.
So we are eventually going to collide at super-light speed, maybe you’d call that C+. And what happens when we collide one universe into another and above the speed of light? You thought a supernova was a big explosion? Imagine this collision! I call it: fireworks. So, we’ve got fireworks happening all around us at any point where we are colliding into another universe. At those collision points, the mass stops, just like an accident on the highway. Eerk! Pull over. Rubberneck. Then more collisions. Everyone stop and get out! And what happens with all the parts spilled out all around? Well, in space, I believe it can be like a star nursery, that is, a place where stars are formed, a place where stars are born. And being born is certainly associated with reproducing. But it isn’t exactly stars we are producing here, but entirely new universes, such as our created at the big bang out of material that was formerly in a two parent universes.
So the parents are dying off, and the new baby universes are forming, gravity pulling in all the material to one point so massive that it condenses down to a single point. Then, it reaches a point of no return, and explodes – again. Thus we’ve had expansion, and we’ve had contraction, and then we’ve had expansion again, a dual process that will endlessly repeat. That’s like inhaling and exhaling, or breathing, indicative of a respiratory system, an inorganic respiratory system.
And we also have a circulatory system. The universe if full of things that spin and rotate. And it’s just possible that the universes are rotating in tandem or in multiplicities. Inequities plus force could result in momentum of some sort as astronomical bodies vie for the quickest or easiest route towards whatever is pulling them.
So, we’ve actually almost got inorganic life here. But not quite. What about a nervous system, response to one’s environment? Could that be humankind itself? Impulses jump from neuron to neuron. Could we jump from planet to planet carrying a message? Could starships be the neurotransmitter and planets be the neurons? And could humans be the brain?
If so, then a universe might actually quality as a living, organically operated being, with enough functions to qualify as a living semi organic being. It’s the Pinocchio effect. The universe was to be alive.