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Then What?

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Posted by Paul on August 20, 2003 12:00:02 UTC

"Obviously something existed before the big bang"
"""""Then what??"""""

There are two things present before the big bang, Space and Energy, no forces no particles. Then somehow the energy explodes into space.

I would like to know how something can explode without any forces or particles present to induce such an explosion. How can we have heat if we do not have any molecules or atoms bouncing off each other to cause the heat in the first place?


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