From my understanding, the Big Bang is theorized to have been a result of matter ejecting from a decayed white hole space/time singularity.
http://www.infidels.org/library/modern/quentin_smith/uncaused.html provides an explanation for the beginning of the universe. Assuming I understand it correctly, there are distortions of space, time, and matter called singularities. A black hole is one, and in it is theorized to be of infinite mass, infinite density, infinite space, and most importantly, infinite time. So, there essentially is no measure of time inside of them. It is theorized that before the universe began there existed a singularity, and out of the singularity came the universe. So, considering that there is no measure of time in a singularity, it could have always existed and have had no beginning. Furthermore, there would have existed nothing outside of this singularity, so there could have been no measure of time outside of it either. At some point, matter and energy were ejected from the white hole, and this event was the "big bang," the beginning of our universe.
Is this accurate, and if not, what of my interpretation needs to change?