Published: Wed, March 07, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Stephen Hawking reveals what existed before the Big Bang

Stephen Hawking reveals what existed before the Big Bang

He does not mean that there was no matter or antimatter or dark matter before Big Bang. According to the theory, the universe began with a small singularity which occurred over 13.8 billion years ago into the universe that is known at present. This means that the state of the universe, after the Big Bang, will not depend on anything that may have happened before, because the deterministic laws that govern the universe will break down in the Big Bang.

"Ordinary real time is replaced by imaginary time", he said.

Considering our universe has been expanding for billions of years, it's tough to accurately pinpoint why it was created, but Stephen Hawking has a theory and surprisingly it's not entirely dissimilar to religion-based faith.

For Hawking, however, imaginary time "behaves like a fourth direction of space".

"Not just Hawking's model but all cosmological models seeking to avoid the need for a transcendent Causal Agent for the universe (aka God) require that the quantum space-time fluctuations during the quantum gravity era (the era when the universe is smaller than the diameter of an electron) must be large", explained Ross.

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Hawking stated that time was likely in a bent state, located in the nearly infinitely small quantum foam of the singularity before the big event occurred, noting that time was distorted, approaching closer to nothingness, but never becoming nothing.

Hawking has lectured many times on the subject, and has previously been urged not to discuss the end of the universe, in case it affected the stock market.

It was quite easy to observe few scientific theories that rely on to decide the origin of the universe.

Thus, Hawking proposes to introduce the beginning of the Universe in the form of a South pole of the Earth as the point at which apply the ordinary laws of physics. There is nothing south of the South Pole, in much the same way there was no time or space before time or space existed (in our understanding of it) before the Big Bang.

Well, the statements given by Hawking, look like a smooth argument in this matter. However, for Hawking, there was not the definite starting point of time and universe.

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