sorry physics not good, ask anything about chemistry mens))
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Stopped reading at bing bang
Oh yeah, I like this bing bang theory sitcom
Your first question. There is a theory that our Universum exists in a Black Hole.
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.
god created the universe))
All of these questions are answered by theory of Cosmic inflation created in 1980s
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.
Because the big bang is infinite, it's still expanding into infinite? what the fuck?
imagine believing in big bang when there is a biblifical proof of god
At least you tried to look smart with the questions
Because in the first couple of miliseconds the 4 laws of nature wasn't "created" Thats why the universe is expanding faster than light
It was actually Banga Bunga not Bingi Bongo. And it did not collapse because Stephen Hawking stopped it with his wheelchair. True story.
Mens)) i would have to read about it to explain it to you and i have to learn now.
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?
There is time tho it is already proven by einstein in his theory of relativity as time dilation has been proven already
There is a lot of physics to go thru just to get a glimpse of understanding for the questions you're asking.
Typical guy in school, who thinks using some mumbo jumbo words will make him look smart. No it doesn't.
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
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.
Why TF im laughing so hard to Bing Bang.
youre in the wrong site bro, nice try.
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
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.
let's just say it had something to do with the higgs boson and move on
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.
Because the expanding force was much greater than gravity.
Obviously the power of the explosion was greater than the gravity
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stopped reading at bing bang
it didnt want to do so, universe has feelings too
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
when you put infinity in account there is no limit in what is or will be.
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.
If theres a minimum length then is doesn't mean the universe isn't infinite, its just not uncountably infinite
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."
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?