The purpose of this blog is to describe how the Big Bang – Banged.
In order to completely understand an event one needs four things. A list of components involved, their source, how constructed or consumed, and all facets of the outcome; all in a user friendly, logically sequenced language with diagrams where called for.
That is what we will demonstrate with this and all following blog entries – complete with current demonstrable physics all the elements of how the Big Bang – Banged
Almost every treatise on the Big Bang starts with a singleton and is repeated so many times by scientists that this singleton takes on the clock of acceptance as if it was a fact. While in almost the same breath all these scientists freely admit that physics has no understanding of Singletons. See sources below.
We need to know where this modern concept came from so that we can begin our understanding of cosmology – the study of our Universe – from its inception if that’s possible.
Sources – Documentation & Links on –– Singleton
In Nature 127,706, 1931. The Beginning of the World from the Point of View of Quantum Theory. Abbé Georges-Henri Lemaître published that 1931 notation that spawned our concept of a singularity with Ifs about creation from a single quantum; from reworked math and with no physical evidence –– just Ifs. In his letter to the journal Nature in 1931, Lemaître noted that “If the world has begun with a single quantum, the notions of space and time would altogether fail to have any meaning at the beginning…if this suggestion is correct, the beginning of the world happened a little before the beginning of space and time.”
In Quarks to Quasars How Did The Universe Begin?
“That’s a good question and the answer is a little unsatisfying. At the moment, we simply don’t know how the universe began.”
The Origin of the Universe: The Big Bang: By John P. Millis, Ph.D; Space/Astronomy Expert – “ … how did it come into existence, and what existed before it?”… “Most scientists now believe that the answer to the first part of the question is that the Universe sprang into existence from a singularity — a term physicists use to describe regions of space that defy the laws of physics.”
Universe Today: What Is The Big Bang Theory: by Jerry Coffey on February 7, 2010 –– “At a point in time, about 13.7 billion years ago all matter was compacted into a very small ball with infinite density, and intense heat called a singularity.”
All About Science.org: Big Bang Theory – The Premise –– “According to the standard theory, our universe sprang into existence as [a] ‘singularity’ around 13.7 billion years ago. What is a ‘singularity’ and where does it come from? Well, to be honest, we don’t know for sure. Singularities are zones which defy our current understanding of physics.”
The Big Bang: “Astronomers combine mathematical models with observations to develop workable theories of how the Universe came to be. The mathematical underpinnings of the Big Bang theory include Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity along with standard theories of fundamental particles.” … [many] “cosmological problems could be solved, …[with a] burst of expansion called ‘inflation.’ For this inflation to have taken place, the Universe at the time of the Big Bang must have been filled with an unstable form of energy whose nature is not yet known.” … “But all this leaves unanswered the question of what powered inflation.”