The Nature of the Universe
I've heard a lot of different discussion and debates in which opponents attempt to explain the laws of the universe and the rules that govern nature. But I've never heard an idea about the fundemental nature or purpose of material in the universe.
I have a question for a scientist or anyone who wants to reply.
According to the Big Bang Theory, the universe started from a point called the singularity, then rapidly expanded into the universe we observe today.
My question is...Could the nature of the universe be a constant transformation from the molecular to the material and vice versa? Like when water evaporates, forms a cloud, and then rains? Or when sperm meets and egg, which forms into a fetus, grows into a person, then that person lives and dies and decays. A star forms from gas particles, condenses, becomes a star, burns out and then colllapses into it's self. Therefore, will the universe one day will eventually collapse back into that singular point and begin a new? And we could be living in the 1st universe or the 100th universe.
Can someone tell me if this is a misguided idea?