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Actually StandardBig Bang Is A Time Interval In Universe Evolut.

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Posted by Alexander on April 19, 2001 20:15:31 UTC

It is believed to be from 10^-31 sec to present day.

It is now believed to be preceeded by inflation (from Plank time to 10-31 sec), which in turn is resently proposed to start by some process in false vacuum triggered its transition to lower energy state.

So it seems that the more "back" we learn, the likely that it all evolves without actual beginning.

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