Could the universe's Big Bang be 1D?

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Was the beginning of the univeres's Big Bang, a one dimensional construct which then formed into a two dimensional form and later, our three dimensions with time?
 

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We don't discuss personal speculation here. Do you have a source for this idea?
 
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Was the beginning of the univeres's Big Bang, a one dimensional construct which then formed into a two dimensional form and later, our three dimensions with time?
No one knows. All theories regarding the very early universe are very speculative.
 
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Interesting. I was not aware of this. A better reference is probably here:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1304.6444
While I'm not aware of dedicated studies, I think the LHC experiments would have noted if high-energetic (~1 TeV) 4-jet events would be very planar, as predicted there. And the cross section is not falling with energy, it is rising.
 
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No one knows. All theories regarding the very early universe are very speculative.
I think, right now, It's not that speculative-- knowing that properties of the universe resembles condensed matter system.

https://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/9711031
 

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