Stephen Hawking: before the Big Bang there was nothing

Steven Hawking SHOCKINGLY reveals what the universe looked like BEFORE the BIG BANG

Steven Hawking SHOCKINGLY reveals what the universe looked like BEFORE the BIG BANG

Physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, on his "Star Talk" show, engaged his fellow physicist Stephen Hawking down in a conversation to ask his view about The Big Bang and what came before it.

In an interview with National Geographic, he states: "Nothing happened before the Big Bang According to Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, time and space merge and form a single spatial-temporal continuum curved by the energy and the matter in it". "I adopt a Euclidian approach to quantum gravity to describe the beginning of the universe, in this, ordinary real time is replaced by imaginary time, which behaves like a fourth direction of space", he said.

Now, the British physicist says, that there was nothing around before the Big Bang.

"We can consider the imaginary and real time, beginning at the South pole, and it is a point of space-time where the normal laws of physics remain".

At the time of the Big Bang 13.8 billion years, all matter in the universe erupted from a singularity to create the cosmos that we know today. One of the famous theory of is the Big Bang theory.

Hawking's theory lies upon the assumption that the universe has no boundaries. There is nothing south of the South Pole, in much the same way there was no time or space before time or space existed (in our understanding of it) before the Big Bang.

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Others say our universe is simply just one of an infinite number of universes suspended in some higher dimension.

Physicist Stephen Hawking sits on stage during an announcement of the Breakthrough Starshot initiative with investor Yuri Milner in NY. But, he said that that didn't there before Big Bang event, it began after the Big Bang when the Universe started expanding.

He also talked about the concept of no boundary condition to elaborate more clearly about his opinion on the origin of the universe.

To imagine this imaginary time, Hawking suggest you first think of time as a horizontal line, with the past on the left and the future on the right.

Hawking's model claims that the history of the universe is a four-dimensional curved surface, just like the surface of the Earth but with two additional dimensions.

Professor Hawking is usually seen as an axiom when it comes to explaining physics or math. He said that considering the TV remote as a universal remote, one can rewind the time and can go back to that time when the Universe was squeezed to the size of an atom.

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