You called this science. The question is what came before The Big Bang? This question is simple. God. Now was that so hard?
Y’all call yourself a scientist? You said the universe was created from nothing? How can something be created from nothing, doesn’t make sense. You sound like one of our ex-presidents of the United States when he said what’s the meaning of “IS?“
An earlier universe existed before the Big Bang and can be observed today.
The concept is controversial, although many scientists believe that the universe operates in a perpetual cycle where it expands before a new Big Bang is contracted with a ‘Big Crunch’.
Sir Roger said that the black hole was once controversial. These were first theoretically created by the English countryman John Mitchell in 1783, who predicted that if an object became so dense, it’s greater gravitational pull would stop even the slightest escape.
But even Albert Einstein dismissed them as a mathematical curiosity rather than physical reality.
Until 1964, nine years after Einstein’s death, Sir Roger proposed that black holes were an inevitable consequence of general relativity.
Sir Roger proved that when objects become very dense they throw the fall of gravity into an infinite mass in a place where all known laws of nature cease, which is called oneness.
His groundbreaking article is still regarded as the most important contribution to relativity since Einstein, and the evidence for the Big Bang has been extended.
He first stumbled upon this when Sir Roger was in his mid-thirties on his way to Berkebeck College at a tube station in London. Now, 5 years later, he has finally been recognized by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for his work. “I think getting a Nobel Prize too soon is a bad thing. I know scientists who soon got their awards and it hurt their science.
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