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  1. Jan 19, 2017 #1
    another philosphical Q. i make notion that from what we have learned over the life of humans, is that we dont know too much, and for some things we were just wrong.

    i ponder this Q, why do we write The Big Bang at time=0 as a very small point that contains all the mass of the universe. cant it just be an "event" in an existing space/time fabric, as example, perhaps two super-duper-massive black holes eating each other and the result was the release of observable mass/energy? basically an energy converting process that converts lots of dark energy into non-dark energy ??
     
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  3. Jan 19, 2017 #2

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    We don't.

    This would violate observations of how the Universe behaves and has been behaving. You are basically just presenting buzzwords here. This is not how physics (or any science) is done.
     
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