Loop quantum cosmology as developed by Bojowald is suchOriginally posted by Eh
Waiting for a quantum theory of spacetime to answer what was there at t=0.
i agree with crystal studios that it is impossible to discover what happened in the very beggining, but as for your question of energy i would say that yes,it would be abolute zero temp.. because heat is the movement of particles and in the early beginging there were no particles. there might have been energy in the e=mc2 sence, but as for thermal energy, probobly not.Originally posted by The Grimmus
Before the Univers started it's exspanding everything was supposedly condensed into 1 area did absolute zero exist, was there no energy?
Its not quite as large as a 1/4 of a second, there are pretty much set in stone theories about what the universe was like afterOriginally posted by CrystalStudios
Mmmm, Frankly - even being someone who recognizes the power of science. I think most would agree that the events that occured roughly 1/4 of a second after the BB or less are impossible to determin. After 1/4 things developed into what we think of them as, our materials etc...
...but before 1.4 it is very much flimsy. There are theories but even I would not consider them strong enough to last.
For instance, before the BB there may have been nothing at an point. This universe was not even here.