Is the big bang a crock?

instead of space radiating from a singular point why not from multiple points? if you put a vibrating pingpong ball into a rapidly shrinking box then the speed of the vibration would increase, then remove the box and the pinpong ball would appear to have no energy. but it would still be moving just too slow to... show more instead of space radiating from a singular point why not from multiple points? if you put a vibrating pingpong ball into a rapidly shrinking box then the speed of the vibration would increase, then remove the box and the pinpong ball would appear to have no energy. but it would still be moving just too slow to comprehend assuming that there is no force holding it still(if still was even possible). if not then there would have to be no limitation to size. secondly it would not be observable due to its relative slow speed of motion. even if absolute zero where possible(i dont think our perception is long enough to comprehend the absence of motion mathematically or otherwise).
so the question is that if a black hole exists then a "white hole" exist too, and if that where true then perhaps it is a process that perpetuates this existence to an inconceivable expanse that does not shrink of expand.

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Update: saint, why would you choose to answer a question that makes no sense to you?
Update 2: sad panda and steve, nb but if such is the case then we are still in the box and that leaves in question about whats outside the box?. and certainly something cannot exist void of substrate as the reversal of pressure would serve only to increase the rate of expansion would it not? which would then suggest an edge... show more sad panda and steve, nb but if such is the case then we are still in the box and that leaves in question about whats outside the box?. and certainly something cannot exist void of substrate as the reversal of pressure would serve only to increase the rate of expansion would it not? which would then suggest an edge to what exists, and thus we would have to be encapsulated by and unknown force.
Update 3: eri, refer to saint, you two will get along well.
Update 4: j, yes!!! of course a white hole would be unobservable. but the speed of light is relative to motion. so the rate of expansion cannot be calculated due to the fact that there is no stationary point in the universe.
Update 5: lola, try using some imagination and couple it with logic, im not saying im right or theyre wrong im simply stating a possibility based on the idea that all things could not have expanded from a singular point leaving behind nothing. accepted theories aside this is not based on mans laws.
Update 6: oklatono, there is no reason to start calling names, and get angry. isnt that the abuse you referring to? or do you think your exempt from the rules?
Update 7: lithium, if the speed of light were not relative to motion then it would have to take it upon itself to speed up or slow down in relation to the movement of objects in space that it reflects from or emits from. so tell me how the speed of light can be constant in a place where nothing is a fixed position other then... show more lithium, if the speed of light were not relative to motion then it would have to take it upon itself to speed up or slow down in relation to the movement of objects in space that it reflects from or emits from. so tell me how the speed of light can be constant in a place where nothing is a fixed position other then objects orbiting at a regular cycle around yet more non fixed positions? and yes i understand how it can be calculated as a constant speed between to permanent points.
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