According to the current cosmological theories, it's the model that explains the early life of the universe, starting from a rapid expansion of hot and dense matter.

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Can the big bang be “light turning into space” at the edge of the universe? [closed]

The theory I've recently come to postulates that: The volume of space filling the universe is finite and is constantly growing, thus the boundaries of the universe are constantly expanding. The ...
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Which was first, energy or matter in the creation of our universe?

Was it the Big Bang or was it something else that gives us our universe in its present condition? Did it all begin with just pure energy that eventually evolved into simple atoms of matter, that ...
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What is the scientific view of creation? [closed]

Can space be created or destroyed? Is space conserved? I am not asking for matter,energy and time. Its just a question about conservation of space PS: I am asking for what was there before big bang. ...
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Was Einstein wrong when he said nothing can go faster than the speed of light? [duplicate]

If the universe is constantly expanding faster than the speed of light, how could Einstein be right?
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What is actually universe? only matter or both matter and space? [duplicate]

I have googled for the "meaning of universe" where I found the following: "all existing matter and space considered as a whole; the cosmos. The universe is believed to be at least 10 billion light ...
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Are Stephen Crothers' claims legitimate? [closed]

I came up last night with a talk given by Stephen J. Crothers in which he claims that black holes and the Big Bang have no basis in general relativity. But is he really true? How legitimate are his ...
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Were there time just after the Big Bang?

I have understood that just after the Big Bang there were no cesium atoms and the definition of time requires cesium atoms. So were there any time before cesium atoms appeared in the universe?
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Is this a great flaw in big bang theory? [duplicate]

Einstein said that, Time & Space cannot exists without one another. Big bang says, time didn't exist before the big bang. So the Primordial ball referred in the Big Bang theory didn't had any ...
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Does the big bang violate the conservation of energy? [duplicate]

It is a fact that a thing is existing now because it had already been created. So why don't we take this to account to redefine law of conservation of energy.