Hi guys, I don't know if this is already present here, but I have an idea and I was wondering if you could help me out to figure if it makes any kind of sense.
I might get it all wrong, but I wanted to share it before I forgot about it.
So I have these three questions:
1. What if space itself is not expanding but it's simply multiplying over time? Like at the smallest scale possible the space grid is just adding new cells.
2. Furthermore, could the singularity of a black hole contain inside a tiny amount of "space" isolated from the rest due to extreme gravity, and that small amount will over time multiply to the point that it will excerpt a pressure from inside out managing to break the singularity?
3. What if this space multiplication is present even before the Big Bang, could it explain the evolution of the Universe?
It's just a thought experiment, I won't get offended if you think it's stupid.