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Originally posted by BSFC123
I am interested in this from a scientific perspective. Since we know that matter has a finite age and eventually erodes, and that matter cannot create itself outside of itself...I'd like to hear some threories, out there or not, on how you think matter came into being. Not humans, or the earth, or even the galaxy or universe....but the first nano second when matter appeared.
And before someone says it, please no "nothingness implies something" stuff, I am not interested in pseudo philosophical answers, I am more interested in scientific answers. If there was ever actually nothing, a concept which we cannot actually concieve of, then there cannot be anything now, because again, there no matter which can create itself before it exists.
So...how do you think it happened?edit on 29-12-2012 by BSFC123 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Fromabove
Science claims that until the big bang (expansion) there was only darkness and a singularity the size of a single atom, floating in the void.