I have a question that is probably un answerable. At the exact moment the Big Bang was sent into Motion, it is assumed that all the mass-energy was condensed into a very powerful singularity. At that moment, the mass and gravity should have been so instance that an explosion would be impossible. First off, how could an explosion exceed the speed of light so it could escape the event horizon. Secondly, and I am sure that our current theories can't explain this one, Where could all that mass energy come from, and why would it suddenly blow up? Unfortunately our equations break down at a singularity. And on the note of singularities, if the escape velocity is "c", how could any particle even get close enough to reach the EH so that it could split and cause Hawkins radiation? Wouldn't the particle have to be traveling just over c to even get there? I am truly interested in learning how this world works, but there are still a lot of things I Don't understand. Any incite or discussion would be great! Thanks all for your knowledge.