« on: 24/03/2018 19:30:23 »
Any comment on that being a universe that always existed, had no beginning, but features big bangs at the start of each new big bang arena?Yes Bogie_smiles, this would be an example of a Big Bang prerequisite that replaces the premise that there was no universe, no fabric of space time, and the Big Bang brought everything into existence. My prerequisite hypothesis is directed at abolishing the belief that out of nothing a singularity appeared and exploded into the Big Bang, bringing our universe into existence. Something had to already exist that provided the ability for a singularity to form, and I would go a step farther to say that the natural laws already were in place. The Big Bang itself is a unique type of event in the arena of supernovae and black holes colliding - thus special laws apply to these events that need to be added to the known laws of physics.
As posted now by multiple contributors, a pre-existing universe offers the best prerequisite for the Big Bang. That would make string theory, quantum mechanics, and mathmatics already exist and would be harmonious with my original post.