Ok, as I understand the expansion of the initial singularity was caused by quantum fluctuations like the ones predicted by the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. But how can these fluctuations occur ...
I read in Hawking's brief history of time the following: The final result was a joint paper by Penrose and myself in 1970, which at last proved that there must have been a big bang ...
Was the singularity at Big Bang perfectly uniform and if so, why did the universe lose its uniformity?
Am I right in understanding that current theory states that Big Bang originated from a single point of singularity? If so, would this mean that this was a uniform point? If so, as the universe ...
How can the universe become infinite in spatial extent if it started as a singularity, wouldn't it take infinite time to expand into an infinite universe?