Before The Big Bang?
Washington DC Area February 28, 2023
1) A big bang cannot come from anything. Certain preconditions must have existed beforehand to trigger the big bang 13.8 billion years ago that created our present universe (CU).
Even if this seems to contradict the common scientific views, it is important to be curious about what happened before and after an event, even if we cannot explain it today or not completely. Curiosity is a never-resting catalyst of science. Knowledge is gained through curiosity.
It is pleasant to start with the chosen “Big Bang” theory to search and find solutions that can explain the origin of today’s universe and provide empirical evidence. Perhaps conclusions can be derived from it at a later time also on a possible universe before the “Big Bang”. So there is no second universe at the same time, but a possible former universe, which has united holistically in one state and has risen in a “bang” to a new universe.
For this consideration, the commonly used definition “Big Bang” is replaced by the term “Bang at a time “0”. It is assumed that it was a “Bang (0)” but not necessarily the “one-and-only Bang”. The starting time of the Bang (0) was at the time (0) with the shortest physical time span, which we know today. For this hypothesis, we consider the time on a scale before (0), at (0), and after (0).
2) The Bang (0) itself consisted of defined conditions as we know them today.
3.) The energy of the Bang (0) must have originated from previous conditions that had the same energy potential. The law of conservation of energy was valid also before the Bang (0), otherwise, the laws of physics would be a time-variant requiring rewriting the laws of physics.
4.) The energy for the Bang (0) had evolved from a previous Universe (PU) by a Supernova through the concentration of Black Holes.
5.) That led to the Bang (0) as we know it today.
6.) Our current Universe (CU) will continue to expand and gain entropy, creating more Black Holes that will eventually release their energy in a Supernova that will trigger the next Bang (1).
7.) Under this hypothesis, the laws of physics are considered to be valid, in the previous Universe (PU), the current Universe (CU), the next Universe (NU), and eventually thereafter.
9.) Each Bang (n) creates the physical conditions of the next Universe (n) and is considered a chain reaction over time (n).
a.) Evidence of this hypothesis is given under the laws of physics as a possible chain reaction process with different conditions for a next Universe (NU). Each new Universe (n) is the result of a previous Universe (PU). This would not violate the current laws of physics as we know them.
b.) The term “Universe” typically refers to “all” of the space, time, matter, energy, and laws that govern them, or in short, everything that exists.
c.) The opposite would represent the “absence of any” space, time, matter, energy, or laws, or in short, “nothingness” or “nonexistence”. That is not possible! The Bang (0) may be the result of a previous Bang (-1) with unknown conditions on a time scale.
d.) The conditions of a Bang (n-x) in this scenario could have resulted from a chain reaction. Such a chain reaction could be explained as follows: 10 skiers are lined up on a hill to ski downhill. Only 1 skier (Bang) at a time can ski downhill and draws a track in the snow (Universe). Once at the bottom, the next skier can ski downhill and leaves another track in the snow (marking a different Universe). The 1st skier goes back and is the last in the line of all the other skiers. A possible follow-up scenario is obvious.
e.) The key question: Where did the 1st skier (and all the other skiers) get the energy from? One could assume that the energy came from an energy source that originated in a previous environment (like a snack bar) and also created the conditions for skiing on the slope. Or, it could act as a perpetual motion machine, remaining in motion in its universe under the different existing and continuously changing forces as a function of time (t) without the existence of friction. An environment without motion, or instability, does not exist, hence, we would not exist either.
The origin of the earliest possible Bang still remains a mystery at this time.
Photo By Peter Keuter
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