In the days when science, philosophy and theology came packed in one envelope, our ancients conceived a substantially common model of the universe which only differed a little from place to place, from time to time and from one concept of God to another. The model was the most obvious and easily conceivable – a … Continue reading Big Bang Theory For the Layman (but not Dummies)
How do we know that the big bang happened? When you notice something out of the ordinary, you apply your mind to it. You consider all the possibilities that made it extraordinary. Then you choose the probability that stands tall against all the others. Now you have a hypothesis. You test the hypothesis using the … Continue reading How Do We know Big Bang Happened?
My answer to the question : " Since time is a dimension in spacetime, could there anti-time/negative time on the other 'side' of the origin? Time is an arrow, not a boomerang. This is one characteristic, among other things, that makes time stand apart from the other three dimensions. But that does not mean that … Continue reading Is their a negative time?