|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
Correct me where Im wrong in my general explanation of how it all started according to the most widely accepted details in the scientific community. A singularity of a finite amount of matter and space taking up zero size was at an infinite density and temperature.As soon as some amount of space came into existence it was no longer infinite in density and temp. At some point the whole soup was a googolplex degrees centigrade and was expanding at least ten septillion times as fast as light to resist gravity unless there was some of that newly discovered antigravity involved. According to my calculations the temperature of the soup could drop more than a trillion degrees per picosecond continuously for more that 20 billion years and not reach the 3K average temp. Are scientists measuring temp. in a different way like energy density because particles can only move so fast. There should be a maximum temperature for matter as we know it. Also how can scientists accept that matter can travel faster than light as long as it's the space thats moving it. I don't think there is even a hint of evidence that matter can shrink to zero size so why do physicists believe it can. Or are they just being general and mean the singularity was much smaller than the Planck length. To me there is a big difference. Sounds to me that this theory is about as good as the God theory.
Re: What are the real details of the big bang theory?
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