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Cyprus Jerman2k 
why universe didn't collapse into a black hole right after bing bang ? what stopped it from it ? wasn't that a lot matter/energy squeezed in tiny space time ? gravity should not allow for expansion ? so what caused the expansion of the universe??? what cause it today looks like some anti gravitational force, way stronger than gravitational, that we have 0 clue about it? is there any theory that explain what stands behind inflation and why it's violating gravitation also I read recently Reality is not what it seems by Carlo Rovelli, he suggest there is no time, and space is finite - meaning it has minium size and can't divided to infnity in his view point everything has granulation nature - including space so a space is just tiny pieces of the smallest possible field if i understand that correctly it's called Quantum Gravitational Theory but if that's true ? than how the heck space can expand ? how there care be more of it ? does it multiplies itself ? makes no sense to me I think HTLV boys can figure that out - cuz we smart mens)))
2021-01-18 07:02
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bing bang lul
2021-01-18 07:04
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what is current theory in russia then ?
2021-01-18 07:07
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big bang
2021-01-18 07:08
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haha oh i made a typo so funny haha haha
2021-01-18 07:10
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IQ 120+
2021-01-18 07:12
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what IQ has to do with a langauge ?
2021-01-18 07:13
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i suspect intelligence and English composition skills are proportional not like iq means much anyway, anyone can do anything if they put their mind to it. Moreover, mentioning IQ alongside the blatant spelling error makes me question your intelligence
2021-01-18 07:17
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not really, those are different parts of the brain responsible for it that's why women are usually better at spoken languages and very poor at math/physic/programming etc in comparison with men also many phsysicts were poor speakers, and had trouble to communiate with others and explain theirs ideas
2021-01-18 07:20
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that really isn't true lol, your conservative ideology are the reason sjws exist. If you research gender ratios for top tier STEM schools like Caltech and MIT the male-to-female ratio is generally 50/50 (or close) and a quote from Einstein: "if you can't offer a simple explanation, you don't understand your subject enough"
2021-01-18 07:25
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Spain SS_SS
2021-01-19 10:13
haha absolutely disgusting avoid the real questions and concern about irrelevant details in order to pretend a smart person get out of my face poser
2021-01-18 07:25
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what is the irrelevant detail i'm concerning over
2021-01-18 07:26
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His small typo?
2021-01-18 07:28
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only one response has even been about the typo?
2021-01-18 07:29
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#13 #18 and #23 are all referring to it lmao
2021-01-18 07:32
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not really? 18 - IQ 23 - English composition I think you need to work on your reading comprehension yourself LOL
2021-01-18 07:34
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You forgot to start your sentences with capital letters and about punctuation marks. I guess your typing ability is the result of your low IQ. Nitpicking everything doesn't make you look smart. It makes you look like a jackass, in case you still haven't noticed.
2021-01-18 07:43
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me being too lazy to care about capitalization and punctuation is different than jerman2k's spelling xd
2021-01-18 07:45
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get out of here with your nonsense why did u came here to argue about not related subject???
2021-01-18 07:48
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english composition is important to convey your thoughts and ideas. Nobody is going to understand what you're saying if you can't properly express yourself
2021-01-18 07:56
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do u see ppl here that don't understand me ? cuz i don't see a single comment on that. you're the person who just making stuff up, making problems that aren't there, instead of focusing on solutions
2021-01-19 11:58
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nobody understands you lol, they are reading some of the concepts you're posting and suggesting advice based on what limited information they can gather. This will work in HLTV forums, but not irl
2021-01-19 19:03
I disagree with both of your points. A person living in a country with bad education system can have high IQ and bad English, especially if he doesn't use it on daily basis (Poland in OPs example). And there are certain things that people with low IQ are unable to do. The way I see it, IQ doesn't limit explicitly what can you learn, but how much. Therefore vast and complicated subjects are out of the question for such people.
2021-01-18 07:27
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You completely misunderstood what I was explaining. If IQ insinuates that an individual can more easily infer patterns and develop optimal learning habits, then an individual that wants to learn English should be able to learn English Though I agree that having an abnormally low IQ will inhibit inflicted individuals I do not think that ranges such as 100 to 120 to 140 matter in the slightest. As long as you aren't mentally ill, what matters more between someone with 100 and 200 iq is the effort they invest into their subject
2021-01-18 07:33
"anyone can do anything if they put their mind to it" 0/8
2021-01-20 06:38
langauge haha
2021-01-18 23:21
People with good IQs can mistype something on their phone. Just shush you poser
2021-01-19 12:59
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the way this guy is typing isn't a mistake...
2021-01-19 19:02
after reading your post im sure your iQ is about 120.. but my last test i took 4 months ago showed 170 straight. so that might be way i still think youre stupid and bad at articulating.
2021-01-18 07:42
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sure m8 just remember that your concerns shows more about you than ur tests
2021-01-18 07:45
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and what are my concers? if i can score 170 iQ test and is 194cms tall and weighing around 100kg then i can score your girl aswell. if i was into dirty indians
2021-01-18 07:47
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ur mommy must be really proud of u, now, can u leave us alone
2021-01-18 07:51
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cya nerd
2021-01-18 08:10
United States EDBX
That would put you in the top 10 highest IQ's ever recorded. Sure man
2021-01-18 08:04
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haha what you know about dis? u aint shit
2021-01-18 08:11
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United States EDBX
I honestly feel bad for you. I can't even imagine how little attention you must get in real life to do attention seeking bullshit on HLTV. Good luck.
2021-01-18 09:14
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cool story bro. tell it to someone who cares about your fragile personality. you dont know me haha
2021-01-18 09:28
Dude I was just messing with you. Anyway I am not an astrophysicist by any means. But here is nice youtube channel (if you haven't discovered it yet) to begin with Or you can find cosmology courses online, i.e.
2021-01-18 07:17
carmella bing nice mens))
2021-01-20 08:54
sorry physics not good, ask anything about chemistry mens))
2021-01-18 07:04
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can u be a good chemist without quantum physics ? i aren't think that
2021-01-18 07:06
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you are think correct jermens)) but my physics is not good enough because I got only 80-90% for physics in my finals
2021-01-18 07:11
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how is that bad ? what is the average score?
2021-01-18 07:12
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my average in chem is about 97 and in math is 92 so if you consider that, it's not that good
2021-01-18 07:15
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which grade
2021-01-19 12:00
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12th cbse and college first year
2021-01-19 14:55
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wow god
2021-01-19 15:48
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I'm not even top 5 in my class after these marks :(
2021-01-19 16:31
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did u write jee mains?
2021-01-19 17:01
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2021-01-20 04:46
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how much
2021-01-20 04:49
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well, it was weird I got 92 percentile in chemistry, 90 percentile in maths, and 4 percentile in maths
2021-01-20 06:33
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2021-01-20 08:52
look at his flag dum dum
2021-01-18 07:16
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is that a problem?
2021-01-18 07:17
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2021-01-18 07:17
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ok men
2021-01-18 07:19
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indians do tend to do good in school. Just my generalized observations.
2021-01-18 07:44
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you are correct men))
2021-01-18 09:46
Bing bang Racista to China??
2021-01-18 07:04
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2021-01-18 07:07
don't get it
2021-01-18 07:07
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Ukraine alexftw
ping pong ching chong
2021-01-18 07:23
Brazil nuke_brs
Stopped reading at bing bang
2021-01-18 07:05
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latinos and science kek
2021-01-18 07:08
Oh yeah, I like this bing bang theory sitcom
2021-01-18 07:06
Your first question. There is a theory that our Universum exists in a Black Hole.
2021-01-18 07:07
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how it's called
2021-01-18 07:09
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2021-01-18 07:13
maybe the difference between regular star explosion and big bang is that with big bang space also "exploded" and with a black hole (star explosion) there is absence of space. just my idea, didn't do any research.
2021-01-18 07:16
god created the universe))
2021-01-18 07:18
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no i didn't or i had to be really drunk
2021-01-18 07:42
All of these questions are answered by theory of Cosmic inflation created in 1980s
2021-01-18 07:26
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well i read brief history of time, the grand design and universe from nothing, I can't recall explanations i'm not sure if they wasn't there or I'm lacking of understanding
2021-01-18 07:41
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The grand design is a fallacy for some of you question, I suggest all the parts
2021-01-19 00:44
Well you mentioned inflation there. No one exactly knows how it worked/works, but there are some ideas. Obviously enough space was created quickly enough that everything didn't collapse instantly.
2021-01-18 07:59
Because the big bang is infinite, it's still expanding into infinite? what the fuck?
2021-01-18 08:04
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what are u talking about, that is not what we observed, right now everything is moving away from each other with quite huge speed, therefore logical conclusion is that in the past everything was much closer to each other nobody knows anything about infinities - unless u possess some kind of god consciousness, beyond average human, that might just a product of imagination - totally abstract
2021-01-18 08:32
mens)) not 'mens)))' !!!
2021-01-18 08:05
imagine believing in big bang when there is a biblifical proof of god
2021-01-18 08:06
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ropz | 
Romania sky27
hope ur trolling
2021-01-18 09:31 But that's just a theory
2021-01-18 08:07
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well most of modern physics is just a speculation
2021-01-18 08:25
A game theory
2021-01-18 09:20
Russia Drapery
At least you tried to look smart with the questions
2021-01-18 08:09
mertz | 
Denmark V1tus
Because in the first couple of miliseconds the 4 laws of nature wasn't "created" Thats why the universe is expanding faster than light
2021-01-18 08:13
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so when there were created and why
2021-01-18 08:23
2021-01-18 08:32
Poland flatness
It was actually Banga Bunga not Bingi Bongo. And it did not collapse because Stephen Hawking stopped it with his wheelchair. True story.
2021-01-18 08:44
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+1 Bing bang for president 2021
2021-01-18 08:51
Mens)) i would have to read about it to explain it to you and i have to learn now.
2021-01-18 08:45
There is a theory related to the same - Wave-Particle Duality. And the reason why we can't understand more than a particular threshold lies in our senses. If something has to be achieved then someone has to visualize it first ( the empirical knowledge comes from that) and we are not having that many Einstein's, are we?
2021-01-18 08:45
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Philippines Xphyzer
There is time tho it is already proven by einstein in his theory of relativity as time dilation has been proven already
2021-01-18 08:59
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Poland flatness
Einstein was a jeeu and he actually has proven shite.
2021-01-18 09:01
s1mple top 1 2050
2021-01-18 09:04
There is a lot of physics to go thru just to get a glimpse of understanding for the questions you're asking.
2021-01-18 09:09
Typical guy in school, who thinks using some mumbo jumbo words will make him look smart. No it doesn't. -69
2021-01-18 09:16
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ropz | 
Romania sky27
2021-01-18 09:32
Australia vamped
Can’t comprehend = mumbo jumbo
2021-01-18 09:51
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2021-01-18 23:07
It made sense to me dude lol. It's not mumbo jumbo.
2021-01-20 06:40
Philippines Xphyzer
The universe did not collapse into a blackhole after the bigbang since a black hole requires a massive amount of force in the center in which the bigbang did not since the force was uniformly scattered after the explosion
2021-01-18 09:19
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yeah i remember smt about that still hard to imagine does it come from equations ? if the field is homogeneous it has 0 gravitational pull?
2021-01-18 23:19
this reads like a 4th grade physics book))
2021-01-19 00:28
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Philippines Xphyzer
you are right dude hahahaha i read about this in my 6th grade
2021-01-20 11:39
Bro you address too many things in a single post, if you want an actual answer you should address things one at a times, it's too complicated as it is.
2021-01-18 09:49
Why TF im laughing so hard to Bing Bang.
2021-01-18 10:51
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Russia Syonamaru
2021-01-18 23:15
youre in the wrong site bro, nice try.
2021-01-18 23:09
because it big bang
2021-01-18 23:12
United States GGtho
2021-01-18 23:13
Russia Syonamaru
bing bong sad theory tho
2021-01-18 23:16
Gravity as a force is a weak force, even though you will be pummelled into the ground if you jump from a building many things are stronger. Just think about a weak magnet that can keep a picture on the front of your fridge. While I don't fully understand the mechanics of it, there will be plenty of useful stuff online about it. I think your main point of confusion is regarding gravity as the ultimate force when in reality it is a weak force (it is also defined as a weak fundamental force in physics). So if you consider that things are stronger its easier to swallow
2021-01-18 23:22
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weak/strong is just a perspective of the mind, that is not something objective if I tell that gravity can be so strong that even the light cannot escape from it, all of the sudden doesn't apper to be so weak, does it? and in the case of early universe we're talking about all the matter in universe (not even conciable to imagine it, if u have ever looked at some deep filed photos of the universe ) packed in the point smaller than a tip of u finger i don't think we can and should ignore garavitational effects
2021-01-19 11:51
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false. among the 4 fundamental forces gravitation for a fact is the weakest. nevertheless, gravitation certainly plays an important role in the universe and nobody ignores it (whatever you mean by that)
2021-01-19 12:06
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yea i dont think he got my point
2021-01-19 17:26
weak/strong isn't perspective, as v1llain said, it is defined in academic physics as a weak fundamental force. That was all I said
2021-01-19 17:27
2021-01-18 23:23
The odds of our existance was so low even the existance of god is more likely. I still firmly believe that we’re here for a reason and were put here by god. I refuse to believe it will all end the day you die.
2021-01-18 23:38
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Give it an infinite amount of time and every single event, no matter how unlikely, will unfold. No god involved.
2021-01-19 00:24
and what is ur reason to be here ? wishful thinking, it's hard to accept that ur life is totally meaningless, that's why most ppl refuse that
2021-01-19 10:14
The odds we're not really that low if you think about it for even a second. Working backwards will also make you think events to be unlikely. Take your birth for example, it was a perfectly natural progression of your parents lives leading to them meeting and reproducing. However if you work backwards and apply probability, all of a sudden your birth seems like a divine astronomical coincidence. Such as, the chances the exact sperm meeting the egg are low, the chances of the events occurring leading to your parents meeting etc. Although this was probably a waste of time since you're likely trolling
2021-01-19 17:33
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Do you think i'm trolling because i'm religious? I think that says more about you than me. I was taking you seriously and i respected you for dropping your opinion here but your last comment just wiped it all out.
2021-01-19 20:33
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I assume you're trolling because it is HLTV :D
2021-01-19 22:34
let's just say it had something to do with the higgs boson and move on
2021-01-18 23:40
hummm....i can try answer some, it is difficult to discuss certain complicated subjects without supporting thermology or mathematics: 1- there are no black holes at the beginning of the universe, what is assumed is that there is a large amount of energy located in a very "small space", as the universe expands, black holes, planets, time and space start to be created (that's why I put space in brackets) and other things, supported by einstein theory that energy is mass and vice versa. 2- at the beginning of the universe of the universe gravity and other fundamental forces also arise from this expansion, so it would not prevent expansion, its difficult to explain why, the forces naturally arise from the models of Inflation Theory. Supposedly the universe was to be slowing down his expansion because of gravity but his speeding up. there are several models that explain the acceleration of the universe, but nothing has been confirmed, the most accepted model is the dark matter, which in theory would allow the universe to continue expanding, the problem is that dark matter models expect the proton decay, which until now has not been observed. 3- in theory antimatter would create an antigravity force, the easiest way to understand is how in electromagnetism different signal charges are attracted, and the same are repelled, in gravitation it would be the opposite, antimatter and matter are repelled, the problem that antimatter has never been observed, but it was done in the laboratory, although it is not stable. 4- the idea that time does not exist comes from relativity, which shows that different observers see events at different times, what matters ends up being casuality, time as an absolute measure is no longer true, it is important to take into account because physically different things are observed if you do not take into account relativistic corrections. 5-Quantum physics and expansion of universe, work on different scales, so there is no point in entering this discussion, I know it seems like a cross answer, but this is how physics works, the scale that the model works on is important.
2021-01-19 00:10
Because the expanding force was much greater than gravity.
2021-01-19 00:17
dunno, im not thorne
2021-01-19 00:18
2021-01-19 00:49
Denmark Mursten
Obviously the power of the explosion was greater than the gravity
2021-01-19 11:38
Deutsch–Jozsa algorithm Jozsa is my Director of Studies and quantum dog :)
2021-01-19 11:52
stopped reading at bing bang
2021-01-19 11:52
Gang bang
2021-01-19 12:11
it didnt want to do so, universe has feelings too
2021-01-19 16:33
bing bang btw by time not existing i am almost certain that rovelli was talking about some form of absolute time, which is true. there is no standard clock that holds the "true time" of the universe, time is entirely relative
2021-01-19 17:14
when you put infinity in account there is no limit in what is or will be.
2021-01-19 17:31
ching chong bing bang
2021-01-19 19:05
So, basically there was no time, all space and matter was encapsulated in an infinitely small point. The bigbang is the expansion of space itself, within it, time was created, and the space itself is still expanding, and it seems to be accelerating. You can see more information on PBS space time YouTube channel. Edit : the expansion of fabric of space time surpassed the gravity strength.
2021-01-19 19:20
If theres a minimum length then is doesn't mean the universe isn't infinite, its just not uncountably infinite
2021-01-20 04:51
Exactly that's a theory, that's not proven. Nobody knows what is causing this rapid expansion, even faster than the speed of light. Scientist hypothesized Black matter Black energy for this, which is accelerating already expanding universe. So yeah astrophysics still doesn't hhv ans to every question rn. I highly suggest that you read Astrophysics for People in A Hurry by Neil Tyson. It'll tell you almost everything what's hppning after the bang. Imma show a ex, "We nonetheless expect that by the end of the Planck era, gravity wriggled loose from the other, still unified forces of nature, achieving an independent identity nicely described by our current theories. As the universe aged through 10^‒35 seconds it continued to expand, diluting all concentrations of energy, and what remained of the unified forces split into the “electroweak” and the “strong nuclear” forces. Later still, the electroweak force split into the electromagnetic and the “weak nuclear” forces, laying bare the four distinct forces we have come to know and love: with the weak force controlling radioactive decay, the strong force binding the atomic nucleus, the electromagnetic force binding molecules, and gravity binding bulk matter. A trillionth of a second has passed since the beginning."
2021-01-20 06:42
Do u even know how Black holes are formed? When a star completing it's 8bn+ years lifetime, collapses in its own gravity, forms a black hole. Right after big bang even 4 fundamentals forces didn't exist, incl gravity. How can there be a fucking black hole at that time? How can there even be a star at that time, when even fundamentals forces weren't a thing?
2021-01-20 06:48
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