I know nothing about astronomy, (but I find it very interesting) so, here it goes: 1-If you look at the sky, is there an exact location of the Big Bang? If so, where should one look at? Or is the BB more like space being created between the planets? -If the first one, Shouldn't that place of the sky be more full of light? (showing the light of the stars that were there before, or something?) Shouldn't it be like a cluster of things? Shouldn't it be more darkness towards the opposite direction. Are there any ideas of what should one find if he would go in that direction (towards the BB)? 2-Does the fact that it is still expanding should mean that it is still producing time and matter? 3-Could there be more elements (types of atoms) out there in the space? Could there be more elements in the future if the BB is still generating matter? 4-Is it the very same expansion of the universe, the one that generates the energy that gives us the forces in F=m.a? Could there be any other source for the energy that generate those forces? 5-Isn't kind of weird/silly the name "Big Bang"? Could there be sound at the time? 6-Did discrete particles had the same size at the moment of the BB as they do now?