Big Bang: Time

socratus
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Big Bang: Time
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Big Bangis seriously taken by cosmologists and according
tocurrent cosmological scenarios:
a) In thepast maybe 50 or 100 billion years ago the Universe
as wholereached its maximum radius.
b) Ittook another 50 or 100 billion yearswhen the Universe
as wholecame to singular point.
c) Today we see the Universe at age 13,7 billionyears.
Question.
Why docosmologists say: “Before Big Bang there was no time”?
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MHz
#2
2 bodies that contained all the mass in the universe collided with a bang
 
socratus
#3

By thecurrent cosmological scenarios:
allthe matter of Universe was gathered into SP and only then was BB
If “ The Universe should be able to expandforever!”
thenit would be impossible to create the BB,
So,in the time (x) it must be some maximum radius (x) of expanding
wherethe matter was gathered back to SP.
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Jinentonix
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by socratus View Post

Big Bang: Time
=.
Big Bangis seriously taken by cosmologists and according
tocurrent cosmological scenarios:
a) In thepast maybe 50 or 100 billion years ago the Universe
as wholereached its maximum radius.
b) Ittook another 50 or 100 billion yearswhen the Universe
as wholecame to singular point.
c) Today we see the Universe at age 13,7 billionyears.
Question.
Why docosmologists say: “Before Big Bang there was no time”?
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Socratus.
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Because you are confusing the Big Bang Theory with the now disproven "Big Bang-Big Crunch-Big Bang Theory". What past and recent corroborating evidence shows is the farther away an object is from us, the faster it's moving away from us. Inflation Theory says this shouldn't be happening but the fact is, it is happening.

The Laws of Entropy then take over. Over time, there'll be no more energy to create new stars and thus new worlds. As stars die, worlds die and galaxies die. Near the end, super massive black holes will form over time, devouring all the remaining matter left in the universe, cannibalizing each other until they too die off and disappear from a lack of material to feed them. Then, an unimaginable nothingness. There will be no "compressing" back to a singularity for another big bang because there won't be anything left to squeeze into a singularity. Hell, there won't even be any energy left to allow for the universe to shrink because there will be no universe left.
 
socratus
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix View Post

. Then, an unimaginable nothingness.
There will be no "compressing" back to a singularity for another big bang
because there won't be anything left to squeeze into a singularity.

The law of entropy and Heisenberg’suncertainty principle and
quantum’sfluctuations and quantum’s tunneling forbid the situation
of “anunimaginable nothingness.”
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socratus
#6



If before BB was no space and was no time but wasonly MATTER . . . .
. . . then . . . in which structure the MATTER was existing?
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socratus
#7


Perhaps the mostdrastic consequence of Einstein's description
of gravity in termsof curved spacetime geometry in the framework
of his GRT is thepossibility that space and time
may exhibit"holes" or "edges": spacetime singularities.

Over the edge

Unfortunatelyit is not so easy to give a precise meaning
to what this means. In other physicaltheories,
singularitiesare defined as some kind of "pathological behavior" . . . .

http://www.einstein-online.info/spotlights/singularities

Myopinion.
GRT– when the masses curved surroundedspacetime into local sphere
then this sphere (star, planet) has its own gravity-time and gravity-space
andsurrounded spacetime (zero infinitevacuum) looks as “holes” - no time,
nospace . . . singularities. . . .many - many singularities . . . an infinite
space of singularities . . . and . . . .zero infinite zero-vacuum has
infinite “emptiness” that is equal to infinitedensity (of so-called singularity)
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