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Last edited at 5:37AM on 8/3/2013
It's suggested that the Big Bang was the event that inflated the 'singularity' into the universe we see today. This singularity is where our universe originated from. It's uncertain where the singularity came from; there are a few scenarios that suggest it's origin (the singularity's origin is not part of the Big Bang theory).
Something, somehow disturbed the singularity causing the Big Bang, the Higgs field was created, just particles moving around faster than the speed of light, then comes the Boson particle slowing things down to a point that mass can be created to interact with energy, this slow down became the universal speed limit. Inflation was not affected. It contained its own dark energy, allowing it to inflate instantly through space.as space inflates, the universe spreads out on its surface, like dots on an inflating Balloon.
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Last edited at 10:06AM on 8/4/2013
There is something rather than nothing because the state of "nothing" is UNSTABLE. Quantum Physics tells us that the state of "nothing" does not stay nothing for long. The state of nothing becomes STABLE by creating a universe of positive and negative energy where the total energy in the universe adds up to zero or nothing. The key to understanding this creation is in knowing that gravity is the negative energy and matter is the positive energy. Since the state of nothing is unstable, the stuff around us (the positive and negative energy) is the result of nature seeking stability. Download "The Origin of the Universe - Case Closed" for more.