Is it possible at the start of big bang matter and energy went faster than c?
in the standard model of cosmology--based on Einstein General Relativity---it is necessary for most of the recession speeds to be much greater than c, near the beginningIs it possible at the start of big bang matter and energy went faster than c?
Well, yes but...are the pictures we see 2 dimensional pictures
This is not really a relevant factor. The length of a massive object approaches zero as the object's velocity relative to us approaches c, this is true, but we don't really encounter massive objects moving toward us at c.I mean if length goes to zero at the speed of light, isn't there a whole other dimension that we see every day missing in the data?
I think you can get opinions on these (cyclic or ekpyrotic model) papers from other PF posters, but it would probably be better to start a thread about that.G'day from the land of ozzzzzz
I came across these links,,,,,,,,,,,may I have an opinion on these.
The arXiv search is your idea. It is good to learn to use that search tool, but what you have gotten in that particular case is very unselective. It isn't ranked by citation count, so there is no indication of which papers are important and getting other researchers' attention.G'day from the land of ozzzzzz
Thank you for the direction.
I will search as you requested.
search arXiv quantum cosmology
Darn,,,,,,that means I have to do more reading,,,,,,,,,,so be it.
That is a good guess! Several researchers have thought that was worth looking into.Is pre-big bang not the same thing as the end of this universe? I mean: Would studying the end of the universe not be the same as what happened just before the big bang? I guess only if the universe would be oscillating.
Any thoughts on this?