Could this be how the universe formed?

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The self-conscious infiniverse theory incorporates the following elements into one package. <br /><br />The Big Bang Theory. <br />A Cyclic Multiverse Theory.<br />http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=14301<br />The idea that the present order of physical laws makes life possible and that this the tendency for this order to mutate is restrained by the highly-evolved intelligent life themselves. <br /><br />"So where is the repeatable, independently verifiable, evidence for your revolutionary view point?"<br /><br />For such evidence we must look for evidence that supports the Big Bang Theory. <br />In the Cyclic Multiverse Theory (which does not involve concepts such as Dark Matter), our galaxy is one of a cluster of galaxies that is rotating around a large central mass that we cannot detect with waves we yet to detect using scientific instruments. <br />So, in order for a sort of Cyclic Multiverse Theory to gain a foundation in science, it has to be able to explain much of the data that our reliable scientific instruments detect. <br /><br />Things that would help the cause of supporting the Cyclic Multiverse Theory... (i think...) <br />- detecting lateral movement of galaxies which are billions of light-years away - with great certainty. <br />- the discovery of new waves that suggest that the big bang is really a continous expansion of matter from a small superdense mass (reffered to as the singularity) that is formed by a continuous compression of mass from the other side. <br />- the discovery of a large superdense mass around which matter violently contracts and expands during a sort of complex orbit. <br /><br />Things that would support the idea of a universe whose laws have been maintained by intelligent life. <br />- the discovery of intelligent extraterrestrial life. <br />- detecting minute, gradual changes over time of what we consider fundamental constants. <br />- obtaining s
 
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