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How Was The Universe Created ?. A look into the theory on how we and our Universe were created. By : Michael. The Dawn Of Time. But We Have A little bit, more to cover.

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How was the universe created

How Was The Universe Created ?

A look into the theory on how we and our Universe were created.

By: Michael


The dawn of time

The Dawn Of Time

  • But We Have A little bit, more to cover.

The Universe is believed by most scientists to have created itself they believe that it is like mixing random chemicals together and a volatile reaction taking place, and the Universe being the aftermath. It’s also believed to be several billion yrs. Old . Which is older than the existence of mankind itself!


The big bang theory

The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang was an event which led to the formation of the universe, according to the prevailing cosmologicaltheory of the universe's early development (known as the Big Bang theory or Big Bang model). According to the Big Bang model, the universe, originally in an extremely hot and dense state that expanded rapidly, has since cooled by expanding to the present diluted state, and continues to expand today. Based on the best available measurements as of 2010[update], the original state of the universe existed around 13.7 billion years ago,[1][2] which is often referred to as the time when the Big Bang occurred.[3][4] The theory is the most comprehensive and accurate explanation supported by scientific evidence and observations.[5][6]


The new theory 1

Information collected at www.Theories Of How The Cosmos Began

The new theory#1

The question became a scientific one in 1929, when Edwin Hubble determined that the universe was expanding. Extrapolated backward, Hubble’s observation suggested the cosmos was flying apart from an In the standard interpretation of the Big Bang, which took shape in the 1960s, the formative event was not an explosion that occurred at some point in space and time—it was an explosion of space and time. In this view, time did not exist beforehand. Even for many researchers in the field, this was a bitter pill to swallow. It is hard to imagine time just starting: How does a universe decide when it is time to pop into existence?

For years, every attempt to understand what happened in that formative moment quickly hit a dead end. In the standard Big Bang model, the universe began in a state of near-infinite density and temperature. At such extremes the known laws of physics break down. To push all the way back to the beginning of time, physicists needed a new theory, one that blended general relativity with quantum mechanics.

explosive origin, the fabled Big Bang.


The new theory 2

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The new theory#2

This is a theory that states there was actually something before the Big Bang. It suggests that another universe went through a Big Crunch and then 'bounced' back and gave birth to this universe, says Scientific American Science Editor Roger Highfield in his article "Before the Big Bang-the Big Bounce".

The Big Bounce seems to solve the problem of the unknown singularity factor of the Big Bang. It takes away the notion that the universe came to be from an infinite dense area with no mass, which goes against all mathematical notions.


The new theory 3

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The new Theory#3

In the standard interpretation of the Big Bang, which took shape in the 1960s, the formative event was not an explosion that occurred at some point in space and time—it was an explosion of space and time. In this view, time did not exist beforehand. Even for many researchers in the field, this was a bitter pill to swallow. It is hard to imagine time just starting: How does a universe decide when it is time to pop into existence?


The new theory 3 part2

The New Theory #3 Part2

  • For years, every attempt to understand what happened in that formative moment quickly hit a dead end. In the standard Big Bang model, the universe began in a state of near-infinite density and temperature. At such extremes the known laws of physics break down. To push all the way back to the beginning of time, physicists needed a new theory, one that blended general relativity with quantum mechanics.


The new theory 3 part21

The New Theory #3 Part2

  • The prospects for making sense of the Big Bang began to improve in the 1990s as physicists refined their ideas in string theory, a promising approach for reconciling the relativity and quantum views. Nobody knows yet whether string theory matches up with the real world—the Large Hadron Collider, a particle smasher coming on line later this year, may provide some clues—but it has already inspired stunning ideas about how the universe is constructed. Most notably, current versions of string theory posit seven hidden dimensions of space in addition


How was the universe created

What is the universe made of you might wonder so let’s find out.

Scientists believe that the universe is made of 4.6%atoms 23%cold dark matter, and 72%dark energy


Dark energy compared to cold dark matter

Dark Energy compared to Cold Dark Matter

Cold Dark Matter

Dark Energy

Cold dark matter contains particles that move at sub-relativistic speeds which creates cold gases

  • Is an unexplained force that seems to draw galaxies away from each other sort of like an anti-gravity.

In this image, dark matter (blue) has become separated from luminous matter (red) in the bullet cluster. Image courtesy of Chandra X-ray Observatory.


Final word

Final Word

  • I have learned from my research that nobody truly knows how and when the Universe was created and probably never will ,But isn’t it best when something keeps you on the edge of your seat anyway?


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