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Originally posted by RANT
It's in the first line. Like a 30 second google search.
The laws of Thermodynamics apply to closed systems in the universe as we know it today... the basic laws of physics we know today did not even exist yet at teh time of the singularity.
The proof of this theory is that scientists have observed quarks randomly appearing in vacuums. What's funny though is that these vacuums take place within time and space, so it really is no proof at all.
I think the official scientific answer is that a quark randomly appeared in the vacuum of time and space and then manifested into the singularity that became known as the Big Bang.
Originally posted by Fingon
Any anwsers anyone?