posted on Jul, 29 2016 @ 02:57 AM
originally posted by: DeadCat
I mean.. you either started with everything, or you started with nothing right? It wasn't created.. it just was.
As others have stated, a zero energy universe is also possible, which means the big bang created an equal amount of negative and positive energy. And
mass is equivalent to energy. You cannot have mass without having energy.
So we have this object floating in space.. it is very small..but very massive, there is no light..
You just stated "it took up no space.. because all of space was within it", that means it cannot be "floating in space" or rotating or anything such
thing. You're describing a singularity within some type of void which randomly decides to release photons and begin expanding for no apparent reason.
Many people believe in that ridiculous view of the big bang though, the singularity-inflation model has always been very popular and still is quite
popular, so it's not really your fault for conceptualizing the big bang that way. I just think it's a blatantly incorrect and outdated model.