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Question; Motion is the integral principle to all things. The planet's orbit the sun (We start here for brevity), The Solar system moves in accord with the center (Black hole) of it's Galaxy, The galaxy is in motion due to inflation, can we then conclude that space (Dark matter/energy) also, is in motion?.

 

The distance from Earth to the Sun is 149,600,600 km. The distance of the Solar system to the center of it's galaxy, we can say is incalculable. In consideration of totality of distance's, between matter's, within the whole of the universe. We can assign "various" distance as, 3.14159. (Pie). if this be true, space then must itself, be in motion,too pie. No shape no borders.

 

In considerations of Inflation due to BB, the Galaxy itself is in motion. If a single BB caused inflation (Expansion) from a point of origin, then colliding galaxies should only occur, within a short interval, right after BB. Due to speed of expansion and vector's of contained matter. They should have a detectable signature, of a "rear end" collision (Gravitational interaction). Any galaxies that collide much later in time, would then be, galaxies colliding from multiple BB's, in accord with their speed and vectors, producing angled collisions signatures. such as the gravitational interaction dictates. Proximity collision deep into expansion, would be impossible, from the same point of origin.

 

Space then, may be thought of as having a motion which unfolds, as opposed to having a particular shape,or static endless boundary. A single BB would not be possible, and multiple's of BB's must be considered. Especially in light of the observable gravitational interactions. In addition, this present the question of, what could be the catalyst, for the unfolding of space? Would it be multiple inflations from multiples BB's, or does dark matter/energy functions in someway, like a single cell organism, in it's own unique growth pattern (Unfolding)?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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... If a single BB caused inflation (Expansion) from a point of origin, ...

That's very much not what current science thinks.

 

(i.e. no single point of origin, in pre-existing space.)

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Question; Motion is the integral principle to all things. The planet's orbit the sun (We start here for brevity), The Solar system moves in accord with the center (Black hole) of it's Galaxy, The galaxy is in motion due to inflation, can we then conclude that space (Dark matter/energy) also, is in motion?.

 

The distance from Earth to the Sun is 149,600,600 km. The distance of the Solar system to the center of it's galaxy, we can say is incalculable. In consideration of totality of distance's, between matter's, within the whole of the universe. We can assign "various" distance as, 3.14159. (Pie). if this be true, space then must itself, be in motion,too pie. No shape no borders.

 

In considerations of Inflation due to BB, the Galaxy itself is in motion. If a single BB caused inflation (Expansion) from a point of origin, then colliding galaxies should only occur, within a short interval, right after BB. Due to speed of expansion and vector's of contained matter. They should have a detectable signature, of a "rear end" collision (Gravitational interaction). Any galaxies that collide much later in time, would then be, galaxies colliding from multiple BB's, in accord with their speed and vectors, producing angled collisions signatures. such as the gravitational interaction dictates. Proximity collision deep into expansion, would be impossible, from the same point of origin.

 

Space then, may be thought of as having a motion which unfolds, as opposed to having a particular shape,or static endless boundary. A single BB would not be possible, and multiple's of BB's must be considered. Especially in light of the observable gravitational interactions. In addition, this present the question of, what could be the catalyst, for the unfolding of space? Would it be multiple inflations from multiples BB's, or does dark matter/energy functions in someway, like a single cell organism, in it's own unique growth pattern (Unfolding)?

 

It seems to me that you're trying to compare apples with pickaxes. Planets orbit the Sun, Sun orbits the center of Milky Way, Magellanic clouds orbit our galaxy and the entire Local Group of galaxies move around common barycenter due to gravitational interaction. So on a small scale and on close distances galaxies can be both red- and blue-shifted depending on whether they move towards or away from us. On such a small scale expansion of space that causes red-shift proper is hardly noticeable and gravitational attraction plays major role.

 

On a larger scale, once we look further than several megaparsecs all galaxies are receding from us due to expansion of space. But that doesn't mean that on a local level a couple of nearby galaxies can't be gravitationally bound and can easily collide and merge.

 

Obviously also current theories suggest that there's no center of expansion. Everything is receding from everything else. <Balloon analogy>

 

If you really want, you can assume a zillion of Big Bangs, but what would be the observable effects of those? How can we distinguish your idea vs the general idea of one BB? Any mathematics to prove it?

 

Also, unfolding space implies some level of curvature on a global scale, but current theories suggest that on a global scale the spacetime is flat.

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