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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: siochi on 20/06/2011 05:11:13

Title: Did Universe really begin at the Big Bang?
Post by: siochi on 20/06/2011 05:11:13
The evidences that support the theory of Big Bang only suggest that the Universe expanded rapidly at the event. From the evidences, it could also be concluded that the universe existed already, and the Big bang episode resulted only in the rapid expansion of the Universe.

Here's a convincing theory that I have put up to support the idea.

1. The Early Universe existed without any charge. Since it didn't have any charge, all the subatomic spaces, intermolecular spaces, etc didn't exist, and the universe was much more compact that it is now.

2. The Event of Big Bang resulted in the production of charge in matter, and this resulted in the expansion of the Universe.

3. Since no charge existed before the big bang, only gravitation force existed, rest all other forces were absent.

Title: Did Universe really begin at the Big Bang?
Post by: yor_on on 20/06/2011 05:37:41
This one is a given for 'New Theories' siochi :)
Post it there and prepare your trenches ::))
Title: Did Universe really begin at the Big Bang?
Post by: Quark on 20/06/2011 19:04:10
From what the leading physicists are saying, there is no such thing as "nothing" not even in the vacuum of space.Experiments have concluded that energy fills the entire universe and always has, even before the big bang.Quarks are borrowing energy from the future creating matter and anti-matter seemingly out nowhere then destoying each other emitting light and disappearing just as fast as they appeared.We know that energy can niether be created nor destroyed,it can only be transformed, therefore energy has to have existed before the big bang. Maybe the big bang was only responsible for the expansion of space? Regardless of the outcome, the genius minds who are trying very hard themselves to comrehend it all are steering away from conservative physics and mathematics and more towards a radical way of interperating the strange world of quantum mechanics, as sub atomic particles seem to defy all the laws of conventional physics and mathematics.