Wednesday, 22 August 2012

"..Without Form, And Void..."



Fascinating.

"Think of the early universe as being like a liquid," Melbourne University theoretical physics researcher James Quach said.
  "Then as the universe cools, it 'crystalises'.
"The reason we use the water analogy is water is without form.
          "In the beginning there wasn't even space, 
           space did not exist because there was no form."

Quantum graphity is a new one to me. I can barely understand it. But I can visualise the pre-existance of the Universe as akin to a rapidly cooling liquid which crystallizes.

Around what did it crystallize, I wonder?