What is the Big Bang Theory?
When you ask yourself about the Universe creation and How did it come to be the seemingly infinite place we know of today? and many other questions that have been puzzling philosophers and scholars for long time. To answer these questions you will find many theories that explain the matter.
At the present, scientists, astronomers and cosmologists agreed that the Universe was created as a result of a huge explosion that not only created the majority of matter but the physical laws that govern our ever-expanding universe.
This is known as The Big Bang Theory. For nearly a century, the term has been discussed by scholars and non-scholars alike. It has been taken as the most acceptable theory.
Simply, the Big Bang hypothesis states that all of the recent and past matters in the Universe came into existence at the same time, for 13.8 billion years. At this time, the whole matter was compressed into a very small ball with infinite density and intense heat called a “Singularity”.
In brief, the singularity also known as the Planck Epoch (or Planck Era), was the earliest known period of the Universe. At this time, all matter was condensed on a single point of infinite density and extreme heat. During this period, it is believed that the quantum effects of gravity dominated physical interactions and that no other physical forces were of equal strength to gravitation. Suddenly, the Singularity starts to expand, and the universe becomes as we know it began.
Finally, it is concluded according to the scientist’s studies that a Biological Big Bang (BBB) model is suggested for any major transitions in life's evolution. According to this model, each transition is a BBB such that new curriculums of biological units arise at the end of a rapid phase of evolution that is characterized by the extensive exchange of genetic information which takes distinct forms for different BBBs.
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