George Takei--an actor some of you may recognize from the original Star Trek series, has a knack for posting viral photos on Facebook. Recently, the social media giant asked Stamen, a San Francisco design firm, to create a visualization showing how Takei's photos spread.
Here's the result:
And here's Stamen's description of what you're seeing:
Click here to see the "Marvin the Martian" photo behind the visualization above (and to peruse Takei's whole library of viral-grade pics.)
You can check out Stamen's other photo visualizations here.
Oddly, this is rather similar in the first few moments of the big bang to which the galaxies began to settle down to in location. Who knew?
Robot: Glad to know you were there, and remember exactly what it looked like beyond a doubt!
Lol, I understand you point. I was just remembering documentaries I have seen, that’s all...
By the way, it also looks like the result of particle collision in some collider too.
4chan>reddit>9gag>imgur>facebook>real life thats how it happens
I am glad you also see this Robot. The patterns contained within this graphic are the same ones that occur everywhere in nature, in face this same pattern even applies to the gemoetric shape of space/time itself. All forces, or anything which is copied and translated takes on this shape. This is because force must travel along the surface area of time/space, and the shape with the greatest surface area is a fractal shape bearing the transforms of the dimensions involved. Thus we have a two-dimensional fractal pattern with "shared, not shared". This is a bad example because the author of this video used a fractal for the visualization algorithms, however it is valid as an example because EVERYTHING uses this transform pattern (or ones like it).
Everything exists now because it has (and) always will exist just as it is. This means that any given state of the universe is repeated in separate spots, even if one "reiteration" of a state shifts into another one.
So yes, the big bang did look similar to this, with the exception that the Big Bang used an infinite number of dimensional transforms, whereas this simulation is two-dimensional+time. Thank you for reading, as you will probably never see this information anywhere else.