So, the only way to prove the existence of god would be to start from an experimentally falsifiable hypothesis that god exists, and then do a series of experiments that prove it to be wrong. However, once the singularity was created however it happened , physicists have a good idea of what occurred next. For the past decade, there has been furious research on merging the four fundamental forces into a single theory, especially one that can meld general relativity which explains gravity with the quantum theory which can explain the two nuclear forces and electro- magnetism. One widely accepted version of big bang theory includes the idea of inflation. Eventually you get to now, where Suns start and die off all of the time.
American astronomer Edwin Hubble provided some of the greatest supporting evidence for the theory with his 1929 discovery that the light of distant galaxies was universally shifted toward the red end of the spectrum. Miraculously enough, a detailed calculation shows that the superstring forces the space-time continuum to be distorted exactly as Einstein originally predicted. The singularity is the point this thinking leads back to. Today, cosmologists have fairly precise and accurate measurements of many of the parameters of the Big Bang model, not to mention the age of the Universe itself. The Steady State would have expected that galaxies would appear to have the same average age at any time, and thus at any distance — so there should not be more active galactic nuclei at large distance.
Remarkably, these two formalisms, the quantum theory and general relativity, allow us to explain the sum total of all physical knowledge at the fundamental level. Or at least now I believe in your christ psychosis It doesn't matter what entity you ascribe my ownership of… the fault in your statement is that children are Atheists. Volume 741, 4 February 2015, Pages 276—279. In some sense, gravity does not exist; what moves the planets and stars is the distortion of space and time. The weak force is harnessed in modern hospitals in the form of radioactive tracers used in nuclear medicine.
What a strange world it would be! It postulates that the particles we see in the universe, including the atoms in our bodies, are composed of tiny, vibrating strings. Yet there they are, and the builders evidently had tools not necessarily mechanical tools we do not. I'm still fine and dandy again me, thanks for asking. That's a profoundly stupid statement. Other explanations of dark energy, called phantom energy theories, suggest that ultimately galaxy clusters, stars, planets, atoms, nuclei, and matter itself will be torn apart by the ever-increasing expansion.
It's not the Big Bang; it's the Big Ongoing. No, you see mostly empty space, just as the parameters of atoms are mostly composed of empty space. Relativity was worthless, he realized, when it came to answering the most embarrassing cosmic question in all of science: What happened before the Big Bang? He first brought the theory to public attention after the discovery of redshift of nearby nebulae, although it was Fred Hoyle who coined the actual name as a derisory term. Science needs another English tense. If we are to run all that tweaking and splitting hairs by Occam's razor, they would fail miserably. Ultimately, it may solve the nagging question of where strings come from. Although the mathematics required to extend the idea of Kaluza has reached truly breathtaking heights, startling even professional mathematicians, the basic idea behind unification remains surprisingly simple: the forces of nature can be viewed as vibrations in higher dimensional space.
I think you are confusing objects within spacetime to points in spacetime. Hawking is no stranger to controversial ideas on the origin of the universe. To the extent you select the secure connection method or your browser supports such functionality, all credit card account information that you supply is transmitted via secure encryption technology. This paradox is unsolvable, so in the end, it comes down to a question of or lack thereof. If indeed spirit evolves through multiple incarnations in the apparent physical universe, then if the universe finally collapses, all the spiritual advances of billions of lifetimes get wiped out. Tomorrow we discover that every star we can see gives off radiation that makes life around the star impossible, and the day afterwards we discover most other planets have stronger magnetic fields than the Earth and life is possible.
Again your claim that living things all believe in your gawd is wrong and stupid Yes, I did. When Superclusters are not only receding from one another but others are colliding with one another how can you from that conclude the Universe is expanding? In a couple billion years Andromeda is due to collide with our Milky Way. I won't attempt to tell you that the big bang theory is wrong but I would like to offer you some food for thought. Suddenly, the answers to these questions become obvious. In which case, can I take it that the use of past perfect is optional? We get to live in a world without delusional people and they get to go to heaven. Imagine that, at the beginning of time, there was once a beautiful, glittering gemstone. There is a free lunch, after all, and it is called a universe.
It's nice to have the math actually work, but the idea of a universe that has always existed poses some basic problems that no one has ever been able to get around, even when the static universe theory was the popular one. Since the two ends of the wormhole can connect two time eras, Thorne and his colleagues have calculated the conditions necessary to enter the wormhole in one time era and exit the other side at another time era. In this case, both time and distance and space and matter all are eternal. You would have to be there to see it. The world doesn't need any more gods. And if you think they arent then you dont know what you are talking about. What the boundaries are is what we hope to find with the James Webb telescope.
James Here After re-reading your prompt, I think another point of clarification would help. The theory is perfectly well-defined, but you see, superstring theory is 21st Century physics that fell accidentally into the 20th century. Eventually, maybe, as they're only human. Give me anything but that idiotic big bang crap. Similar to looking down railway tracks to see them converge at one point in the distance. However, over the years physicists like Roy Kerr as well as Kip Thorne at the Calif. Superstrings Today, however, many physicists think that we have finally solved this long-standing problem.
The claim seems to be that heavy elements are broken back down into quarks, ejected back into space, which then reform into basic atoms of hydrogen amongst other things, I'm sure. Many questions have been answered yet many remain. I believe that all things within our universe are in a oval shell which keeps all things we know within it. What caused the Big Bang is another matter. If it goes through 'bang-crunch'-cycles then during the crunch stuff gets compressed into quark gluon plasma or even further down if there is a 'further down'.