Gravity / GRT and the Big Bang


socratus
#1
Gravity / GRT and the Big Bang
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a) In 1917 Einstein applied his theory of general relativity
in the universe, and suggested a model of a homogenous, static,
spatially curved universe. . . . He then fiercely resisted
the view that the universe was expanding, despite his
contemporaries' suggestions that this was the case.
b). . . . in 1927, Georges Lemaître,
. . . concluded that the universe was expanding by combining
general relativity with astronomical observations.
Yet, Einstein still refused to abandon his static universe.
c) However, in an April 1931 . . .Einstein finally adopted
a model of an expanding universe.
d) In 1932 he teamed up with the Dutch theoretical physicist
and astronomer, Willem de Sitter, to propose an eternally
expanding universe which became the cosmological model
generally accepted until the middle of the 1990s.
https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0217102545.htm
e) Later Lemaître's idea became known as the "Big Bang theory''.
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Was " Hot Big Bang theory'' created from the GRT or vice versa?
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socratus
#2
What came first, the GRT/Gravity or the Big Bang?
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socratus
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by socratus View Post

What came first, the GRT/Gravity or the Big Bang?
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According to modern scientific view “The Big Bang”
would not occur in the absence of gravity forces.
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socratus
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by socratus View Post

According to modern scientific view “The Big Bang”
would not occur in the absence of gravity forces.
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1 - Gravity is a fundamental force in nature.
Gravity is the force that attracts two bodies toward each other.
On a small distances gravity forces are much weaker than EM forces,
but on huge cosmic distances - gravity forces are very strong
2 - EM forces don't work on a huge cosmic distances
3 - God doesn't exist
(modern scientific view)
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Blackleaf
#5
Was it a big bang or did it just seem big because there wasn't anything else around at the time to drown it out?
 
socratus
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

Was it a big bang or did it just seem big because there wasn't anything else around at the time to drown it out?

When big bang started nobody was around,
but a little later the human beings were created who
started to pray to Big Bang as to Creator of everything
 
socratus
#7
''Big Bang is a well-tested and well-understood
scientific theory'' . . . . thanks to CMBR.
CMBR is a fact. . . . but to know this fact doesn't mean
to understand situation. CMBR can have another origin.
For example . . . . CMBR as result of vacuum fluctuation.
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