The Universe had predecessors: scientists questioned the Big Bang theory

The Big Bang is humanity’s biggest mystery. No specialist can understand how something could have formed out of nothing. As a result, after observing the ripples of space-time, it was suggested that the universe could have a completely different origin.

According to the present theory, 14 billion years ago there was an infinitely small and dense point, which eventually expanded and cooled, becoming modern space. However, what “awakened” this point?

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English scientist Roger Penrose said that he can solve the mystery, and other specialists, if they wish, can find confirmation of his words. According to Roger, our Universe could arise at the last moment of the life of another Universe.

This theory suggests that during the formation of our space, time already existed. The Big Bang theory says that it was the explosion that gave birth to time, and this makes it impossible for anything to exist before this momentous event.

According to Penrose, after the death of one universe, another emerges. Each such period is called an eon. These conclusions are more relevant to the theory of a stationary universe, which was popular in the 1950s, but eventually supplanted by the Big Bang.

The scientist does not deny the fact that his theory may be “wild”. However, according to him, everything can be verified experimentally and by observation.

At the moment, Penrose is looking for approaches that can prove there is a time before the Big Bang.

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