physics question #380



Raymond, a 11 year old male from the Internet asks on May 22, 1998,

Q:

How did the universe begin?

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the answer

Barry Shell answered on May 22, 1998, A:

Nobody knows. A popular theory at the moment is the Big Bang Theory, which states that a false vacuum state could have been the source of the enormous amount of energy that must have come from nowhere to create everything in an instant billions of years ago.

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