When reading about the expansion of the universe several different models are offered as explanations and all of them are flawed. The rising raisin bread model is the favorite of many but it still does not do the concept of metric expansion justice so I am hoping someone can build a quick computer simulation to show what the Big Bang theory actually says.
I don't have money in right now but I just got my MBA and I should have a job soon so I can agree to pay you something as needed. However, this simulation might change the understanding of the origins of our universe for thousands of people so that's something too.
This proposed simulation is a side-by-side comparison if a universe where all distance super-clusters are physically moving away from us, compared to a universe undergoing metric expansion where nothing is moving and all super-clusters are frozen in place while the volume of the universe increases over time. In this (or these) simulation(s) the super-clusters are represented by spheres.
Each of the two models would begin with a transparent cube containing 1331 (11^3) white spheres in a cubic array with the sphere in the center colored different (red maybe). The color of the spheres would change with pressure meaning that when spheres are packed tightly together they would deform to take up all empty space and then change color going from red to purple.
Each model has a clock in the form of a little box which shows the year in scientific notation beginning at 0 million AD and therefore moving up or down in units of 1 million years.
Each model has a legend which shows the scale of the model. At the beginning of the simulation the scale value for both models is the present average distance between super-clusters.
The first, or left, model (which I call the Doppler Model) would show the spheres slowly moving out of the cube holding the location of the center cube constant and increasing the scale of the cubic array of spheres. When time is reversed additional spheres enter the cube as space is made for them. *The second, or right, model (which I call the Metric Model) would show **no motion** on the part of the spheres.*
Model Scale: The Doppler Model would have a constant scale that never changes. *The Metric Model would have a scale that constantly changes in proportion to time. For example, if the scale is at 100 mpc at one point in the simulation it might be 150 mpc at a higher value of time and 50 mpc at a lower value of time.*
Sphere Size: The size of the spheres in the Doppler Model would never change. *The size of the spheres in the Metric Model would change with the Model scale keeping a constant value of diameter and changing in size within the simulation in inverse proportion to the scale. For example, when if the diameter of a sphere begins at 1/10th of the scale at one point then when the scale doubles the apparent diameter of the sphere is halved.
The final simulation would show two different cubes side by side in matching time. The time would progress into the distant future, and then reverse into the distant past to the point of the big bang.
In the Doppler Model the only thing that would change would be the locations of the with spheres getting farther away from the center sphere until the cube is empty, then spheres coming back into the cube until the cube is solid with no empty space. The scale of the model and the size of the spheres would remain constant.
In the Metric Model the only things that would change would be the scale of the model and the size of the spheres. The locations of all spheres would remain constant.
It would be fun if the simulation could be made interactive, but that is beyond the scope of this request.
I am trying to find the exact numbers for the model scale but the accuracy of the scale is less important than the rest because the goal is not to create an accurate model of the scale of the universe, but rather to compare two mechanisms of expansion and to illustrate the differences between those mechanisms.
Thanks for reading and, even if you do not help directly, please share with someone who can help.
The expansion of the universe is the most other-worldly, strange, and absurd phenomenon in science and it is my hypothesis that the mechanism behind the expansion of the universe cannot be explained by current models of physics because it does not involve matter, velocity, acceleration, force, work, or energy in any direction included in our present models of Reality.
This simulation is only an accurate representation of our present understanding of the expansion of the universe. This proposed simulation is not my personal theory. Rather, it would be the most accurate possible illustration of the Big Bang Theory in existence.
The Big Bang Theory itself contains the seeds of a new scientific revolution in physics.