Main Question or Discussion Point
How does a Big Bang occur at every point in space. It is easy to comprehend something exploding at a point and sending everything outwards, but if something explodes (if we are even talking about the Universe exploding) at every point on and in itself, wouldn't it blow itself up or something, because every point is exploding then they would keep each other from expanding into each other and rather outwards. Seems like I just answered myself. Nevertheless, any thoughts?