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Theory of Two Big Bangs

  1. Feb 23, 2004 #1
    Dear Members of the Forum,

    There is an important question what was there before the Big Bang occurred? Was the Universe created from nothing? How nothing could create anything? The theory of time and space does not qualify. All answers which the scientists have been searching for a long time are now available and can be referred to in the book titled "Two Big Bangs Created the Universe" (Formed in Eternal Space). This theory is given by Dr. Raj Baldev, Indian Cosmo-theorist who is also considered expert in the mystery of Black Holes. Recently I have read that according to his new theory even the Black Holes finally turn into Supernovae and in his oppinion it is the black hole that is responsible for destruction, recycling of celestial material and constuction of stars and planets.

    I have read the books four times and have got removed my doubts in this respect. The readers shall do good to read the book to have a clear idea actually what the Universe is and how it came into form. It is also interesting that Dr. Raj Baldev has touched the issue of the Creator why and how he was involved in the creation of the Universe and how his presence is justified in the present functioning of the Universe and life.

    Soliciting views from the readers

  2. jcsd
  3. Mar 1, 2004 #2
    Quantum Vaccum Energy

    I came to a similar conclusion and even predicted that the universe was open before Boomerang gave confirmations. One issue is how to prove that black hole actually do annihilate themselves. If the conservation of energy law proves true, even in black holes, then energy cannot be destroyed nor created. Given that the gravity of a black hole should compress all of its matter to a single dimensionless point, given sufficient mass of the black hole that is, then the mass density of the black hole would reach infinity, which is equivalent to getting something from nothing. The interesting thing about nature is she has a strange habit of metamorphosis when a situation like the energy density of a particle is too great. Nature redistributes mass or even transforms it to accommodate the situation. Considering that FTL is the only way out of the black hole and distant galaxies confirm that the universe did indeed expand faster than light, it would then seem likely that nature does allow matter to redistribute its mass density by expanding space FTL.

    Well that's pretty straight forward regarding what happened at the big bang but what about before? Do we need two big bangs? Given an eternity what is the probability of say good number of virtual particles condensing into a quantum black hole? Then say given perhaps a hundred trillion years this quantum singularity grows into a massive black hole by absorbing quantum vacuum energy that could produce our universe? But again we are dealing with eternity, given that its a remote probability, could enough quantum vacuum particles have condensed in one brief moment with sufficient mass to create our universe?

    Eternity is a long time and it seems logical that the remotely possible would happen quite frequently...Well within the context of eternity it would be.
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