Published: Wed, March 07, 2018

Stephen Hawking on What Existed Before the Big Bang

Stephen Hawking on What Existed Before the Big Bang

Stefan Hawking is an English cosmologist, author, theoretical physicist, and Director of Research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at the University of Cambridge explained what happened before the Big Bang.

"The boundary condition of the that it has no boundary", Hawking says.

"The universe will evolve from the Big Bang, completely independently of what it was like before", Hawking said on his website. "It all started with the big bang", they say, and from there humanity has built a rough timeline of the events that led us to today.

Stephen Hawking has time and again warned against various issues that concern the world at large.

"The Euclidian space-time is a closed surface without end like the surface of the Earth".

When asked "what was around before the Big Bang", Hawking was very uncompromising, simply answering that there was "nothing".

"There was never a Big Bang that produced something from nothing".

According to Hawking's theories, this means that the universe literally did not exist before the Big Bang. Moving further, he also dictated how time was distorted during the period of singularity where it was reaching closer to "nothing" but never become it.

Professor Hawking then explains that the best way to picture this reality is by thinking of imaginary time and real time beginning at our Earth's South Pole.

Scientists still can't for sure determine what triggered The Big Bang and the beginning of the universe.

He said that it wasn't the Big Bang that caused something to be created out of nothing.

A physicist spoke about the events before the Big Bang. The general theory is that the massive explosion happened 13.7 billion years ago and some agree that the universe is constantly expanding at a huge rate.

'At a singularity, all the laws of physics would have broken down.

During one of his lectures, Hawking had stated that there are no observable consequences from what occurred before the Big Bang.

The National Geographic "Star Talk" will air on March 4 starring Neil De Grassi as host and physicist Stephen Hawking as a guest at 11:00 P.M.

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