What Caused the Big Bang?

Big Bang is, according to current theories, the very start of our Universe. It's impossible to imagine any actuality before it, even to visualize time. How then, possibly a Big Bang happen at all?




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6 comments:

  1. Look the biological way - understand it as information or light or energy unfolding and enfolding -http://www.scribd.com/doc/220409302/Grand-Design-and-Truth-of-Nature-Reinventing-Big-Bang-Origin

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  2. I've never believed in the Big Bang Theory, but right now I don't have the scientific data or an equation to prove me right. Time is my best friend, eventually I'll find the data and the equation to prove the Big Bang Theory is a fake !!!! Karlo Aijala.

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  3. http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/How_did_our_universe_and_our_world_come_into_existence%3F

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  4. The Big Bang looks like the Big Evaporation of a previously existing quantity of enormously dense and infintesimally tiny matter in a wholly magnetically coherent liquid state. The liquid state matter had previously melted from an even tinier, denser solid state. The universe is the gaseous phase state within an overall 3 phase states cosmology: a solid core, a liquid ring orbiting the core, and a gaseous mass orbiting the solid/liquid core. Time is a consequence of separating +matter from its -mate, which creates magnetic "space" between the previously "together" units of mutually magnetically attractive mass (positrons and electrons). Motion in space is motion between together and away from. Time is the duration of the separation. In the cosmological solid phase state there is no separation of +/- units, so there is no "spacetime". Density is "total", which makes the solid state mass infinitesimally tiny: the sum of the 3 dimensional physical sizes of all the positron/electron pairs that are bound together by their wholly magnetically coherent +-+-+-+- orientations relative to each other. Because there is no separation in space, there is no movement in time. The matter simply "endures", eternally. Matter can neither be created nor destroyed. Matter "exists". The matter that now exists in our universe has always existed. But the matter has not always existed in the cosmological gaseous phase state that "is" our universe. The Big Bang was the Big Evaporation, when liquid state matter suddenly boiled into a gseous state.

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  5. Before the big bang was no bang. End of story!

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  6. Before the big bang was no bang. End of story!

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