i love these types of questions, however, i am a novice and the answers seem to be more complicated than they should. There is no way that all the matter in the universe can be contained in a single point that was held together by four forces. The symmetry of the singularity was distrupted and the four forces became released from one another giving rise to the big bang. Then, there is all this matter and anti-matter colliding with each other to release energy for inflation. But, yet, there was 1 part in one billion more matter than anti-matter. How can that be? What ever happened to symmetry? If there was symmetry in the singularity, why was there more matter than anti-matter? And how in the hell could all the matter in the universe fit in that tiny space? I get upset with these assumptions but no one seems to mind them.