What caused the Big Bang? Were we all entangled at the time of the explosion?


When did The Big Bang occur? What happened at the very beginning?

Discoveries in astronomy and physics have shown beyond a reasonable doubt that our universe did have a beginning: It all started with an explosion known as the Big Bang (BB). It is the English astronomer Fred Hoyle ( 1915 - 2001) who is credited with coming up with this name during a 1949 radio broadcast.

The BB theory and the term BB generally refers to the idea that this mysterious universe has expanded from a very hot and dense initial condition at some time in the past, and it continues to expand.


But when did it occur?

In his lecture "Life in the Universe" the British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking say that universe began about 15 billion years ago. Another broadly accepted theory for the origin and evolution of our universe is that the BIG BANG occurred roughly 13.7 billion years ago from an extremely dense and incredibly hot initial state.

Not an explosion

Scientists say that the BB was not a giant explosion. They discovered that the universe expands just like blowing up a ballon. Imagine this universal balloon expanding from a tiny, tiny balloon to the incredible size of our universe today. Having discovered this expansion of the universe scientists reasoned that everything at the very beginning would have to be extremely close together and that something just triggered the expansion. The Big Bang marks the instant at which the universe began, when space and time came into existence and all the matter in the cosmos started to expand.

What happened a billionth of a second after the Big Bang?





BUT what happened before the Big Bang took place - before our universe started to expand?

Cosmologist have been trying to figure out this for a long time and one theory that has been more and more accepted as an explanation about what happened before the Big Bang is M-theory.


M theory

M-theory is an idea about the basic substance of the universe. Once it was believed that the atom was the smallest building-block of matter. However - it was later discovered that the atom consisted even smaller components called protons, neutrons and electrons - subatomic particles. Where these particles then the smallest components in the universe?

As it turned out protons and neutrons are also made up of smaller particles. These are called quarks and this was discovered in the mid 60ies. Below is a picture showing the subatomic particles





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M Theory would go even further, but to understand M theory an explanation of the term string theory must be made.

String theory emerged in the 1980s and it showed how all the particles, and all of the forms of energy in the universe, could be constructed by hypothetical one-dimensional "strings".




These small building-blocks would only have the dimension of length and no height or width. Furthermore, string theory suggested that the universe is made up of multiple dimensions. We are familiar with height, width, and length as three dimensional space, and time gives a total of four observable dimensions. However, string theories supported the possibility of ten dimensions -the remaining 6 of which we can't detect directly.

Five major string theories

These "strings" vibrate in multiple dimensions, and depending on how they vibrate, they might be seen in 3-dimensional space as matter, light, or gravity. It is the vibration of the string which determines whether it appears to be matter or energy, and every form of matter or energy is the result of the vibration of strings. String theory then ran into a problem. Another version of the equations was discovered. Then another, and then another. Eventually, there were five major string theories, all based on a 10-dimensional universe, and all of them appeared to be correct.

That was a problem, because science can't have five seemingly contradictory sets of equations to describe the same thing. In the mid 90s, a string theorist named Edward Witten of the Institute for Advanced Study and other important researchers considered that the five different versions of string theory might be describing the same thing seen from different perspectives. They proposed a unifying theory called "M-Theory", in which the "M" is not specifically defined, but is generally understood to stand for "membrane." M-Theory brought all of the string theories together. It did this by asserting that strings are really 1-dimensional slices of a 2-dimensional membrane vibrating in 11-dimensional space."

In other words String Theories are theories that use one dimensional objects (strings) as the basic building block of the universe including matter. M-Theory is a theory that unifies five different versions of the string theories and super gravity together, all under one single framework.


Multiverse - not universe

Certain scientists within cosmology believe that there are more than one universe - that our universe is just one of many in a so-called multiverse - that we have parallel universes.Furthermore they believe that these universes are like membranes floating around and when they collide they cause Big Bangs.So in M-theory our universe and others are created by collisions between membranes in an 11-dimensional space.This could explain our own Big Bang and the creation of matter in our universe.

Mellen-Thomas Benedict also talks about many universes and also about many Big Bangs. He had a Near Death Experience (NDE) in 1982. He is the most studied "Near-deather" in the world and has devoted much of his time to scientific research after his NDE. After he "died" he was taken to the light and he goes on to explain:

I was rocketing away from the planet on the stream of Life. I saw the earth fly away. The solar system, in all its splendor, whizzed by and disappeared. At faster than light speed, I flew through the center of the galaxy, absorbing more knowledge as I went. I learned that this galaxy, and all of the Universe, is bursting with many different varieties of LIFE. I saw many worlds.


He goes on to say:

I was in pre-creation, before the Big Bang. I had crossed over the beginning of time/the First Word/the First vibration. I was in the Eye of Creation. I felt as if I was touching the Face of God. It was not a religious feeling. Simply I was at one with Absolute Life and Consciousness. Scientists perceive the Big Bang as a single event which created the Universe. I saw during my life after death experience that the Big Bang is only one of an infinite number of Big Bangs creating Universes endlessly and simultaneously. The only images that even come close in human terms would be those created by super computers using fractal geometry equations.


The ancients knew of this. They said God had periodically created new Universes by breathing out, and recreated other Universes by breathing in. These epochs were called Yugas. Modern science called this the Big Bang. I was in absolute, pure consciousness. I could see or perceive all the Big Bangs or Yugas creating and recreating themselves. Instantly I entered into them all simultaneously. I saw that each and every little piece of creation has the power to create. It is very difficult to try to explain this. I am still speechless about this.


The book The Paradox of Creation covers more about the origin of the universe and how the BB is just one of many BBs. Everything is Mind - a Cosmic Mind that is both asleep and awake at the same time. The awakened part of the Mind is our Universe. The conscious part. Our space-time construct. See videos and read more here.

Parallel universe

Is there more than one universe? BBC has made a series about parallel universes explaining how this can be. You can see the first part below:

Parallel universe part 1



If a collision of parallel universes created our universe and all the matter in it we have all been entangled at the point of collision.Quantum physics say: particles are entangled - connected and it is space separated and time separated. Since everything was entangled at the moment of the BIG BANG that means everything is still touching. Space is just the construct that gives the illusion that there are separate objects.

When we look at our selves as human beings do we look upon ourselves as connected? or as separate bodies with no connection to our fellow man here on earth? When we meet someone we like we talk about "good chemistry" between us or we say "I just didn't connect with him or her"

Why is that?

Is it because we are all part of an "electrical universe" with energy all around us and that they way we behave and think actually vibrates out to other people? If so we must be aware of what we think and feel since we then have the power to make the world we live in. Our emotions and feelings really makes a difference and if everyone would work to be positive and nice to each other we can create a peaceful environment for ourselves on this planet. The idea of an electrical universe - a sea of energy - where we all are connected - suggest that the world within us actually creates the world without.



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