Reasonable assumptions, certainly the high energies needed to create particles would be available.
Inflation fits the data best, preceding hot big bang. I will take it that it is likely inflation took place. If Hawking radiation (which is likely none provable) can convert virtual particles due to a BH into real particles, then like the article above says, inflation can seperate virtual particles having the effect of creating real particles.
I’ve seen results of experiments to confirm virtual particles can become permanent, so probably no reason to rely on Hawking radiation.
It took me 1 minute and 27.s before I turned off the video , that was enough for me , one line of garbage means the rest is garbage .So, every good reason not to post in this thread.
Take care not to troll, I might not be in a forgiving mood when you do
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