I've been reading article after article on how the universe is expanding, this thought occured to me.
You know how the speed of light is the fastest thing in the universe, and even though thats a fact it still takens hundreds, thousands, or millions of years for it to travel for us to see. For example, the light from M87 we are observing was generated 230,000,000 years ago in the Triassic era.
So lets say the big bang actually happened (Which I fully understand and believe it quite did.) The light from that continues to travel throughout space, millions even billions of years. Now beyond from where this light has traveled and is visible, it's black. Completely black with no light at all, nothing. Now this light from the big bang is traveling through this void which is infinite.
So would that mean that the light from the big bang, as it travels, is the cause of the universe expanding? And it's basically stretching into this vast empty blackness? Plus is there an actual "center" of the universe where the universe itself is pouring out of? I've always thought of this idea that there is a white hole in space that every black hole is linked to, and everything that a black hole accretes goes through this network, exiting out of the white hole. Sort of like a recycling process but on a cosmic scale.
Say you seem to know alot about dinosaurs (Actually on some certain subjects and topics within paleontology your knowledge is greatly advanced and exceeds mine ten fold!) would you kindly take a look at my artwork? Thanks man
I've had teaching experience as a TA, and I don't mind teaching in and of itself, but I don't think teaching would be an ideal career for me. As for my daily work, its pretty boring and repetitive stuff, preparing samples, crunching data, that kind of thing. I've gotten exposure to a lot of different analysis techniques though, and that's interesting.
Thats it. What is it like? Is it easy to you, exciting etc.
I'd kill to have you as a science teacher thats for sure. Have you ever considered teaching engineering classes at a tech school? You seem like you'd fit the bill perfectly. You have a vast knowledge of science, I greatly admire that We need more scientists in this world. It's the only way the human race will advance.