The Common Misconceptions Of The Big Bang Theory?

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What is the Big Bang Theory? - The theory that tells us that our universe started out as infinitesimally small, and infinitely hot and dense. Then after this initial appearance, it began to inflate, expand and cool, going from very hot and small, to being the size and temperature our current universe. And it still continues to expand and cool to this day.
Explain the Big Bang Theory? - This theory explains how our universe sprang into existence as “singularity”. Singularity is a point at which a function takes an infinite value. Singularities are zones that are thought to exist at the core of “black holes”, which are regions of space that have intense gravitational pressure. This intense pressure actually causes finite matter to be squished into infinite density. And these zones of intense density are therefor called “singularity.”
What are the common misconceptions about the Big Bang Theory? - One common misconception is that we tend to imagine an explosion when it comes to this theory. But there was no explosion, only expansion.
Is there evidence about the Big Bang? - First, galaxies appear to be moving away from us at speeds proportional to their distance. This observation called the "Hubble 's Law," supports the expansion of the universe and suggests that the universe was once compacted. Second, if the
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- They proposed that the universe began from virtually nothing. What did Hawking and Turok believe? - Instanton does not exist “inside”, nothing existed “before” the instanton. They believed the existence and actions of the instanton produced the big bang and subsequently, the universe we live in today. How is Big Bounce different from Big Bang? - Big Bang states that universe originated from a singularity where there was zero volume that contained infinite density and infinite energy. However, Big Bounce states that there was a minimum volume but not zero that doesn’t have infinite energy, by maximum

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