What does science say about the creation of energy in the beginning? How did such a huge amount of energy & particles get into ‘space’ to cause the Big Bang?

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# What does science say about the creation of energy in the beginning? How did such a huge amount of energy & particles get into ‘space’ to cause the Big Bang?

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Mass is neither created nor destroyed, mass can only change from one form to another, – this is the law of constancy of mass. If mass must have been created at the beginning of the universe, it would be a violation of the law of constancy of mass. Does that mean that the law of constancy of mass was violated only then the universe was created? Nah, according to the zero energy hypothesis, the universe came from nothing, yes it’s very strange to us, so many people don’t understand, so let’s see how much I can explain today…

• Mass, momentum and energy, these three together make up matter. A simple definition of matter is that which is acted upon by a force. The amount of matter in an object is known by measuring its mass. The greater the mass of an object, the more force it will exert on it.

• If the object is in motion this motion is called the momentum of the object, in most cases momentum is proportional to the product of the mass of the object and the speed of the object. Being a vector quantity, the direction of momentum and the direction of motion of the object are the same.

• Another religion of matter emerges from mass and momentum, which is inertia. The heavier a stationary object is, the more energy it takes to move it.

• Another religion comes from the momentum of matter, that is energy. When the momentum of the object is zero, the energy of the object is proportional to its mass, this is called the static energy of the object. When matter is in motion, its energy exceeds static energy, this excess energy is called kinetic energy. So, if any two of these three properties, mass, momentum, and energy, are known, the other can be calculated mathematically.

Einstein’s famous formula of special relativity is E=mc2 where m is the mass of the object, which is multiplied by the square of the speed of light c to give E i.e. the energy. The speed of light is about 300,000 kilometers per second, so now you understand that if you multiply 300,000 squared by m, what mass will be converted into E (energy)! The atomic bomb is not so strong!

Another thing was understood from this –

Mass can be converted into energy, and energy also creates mass. That is, whatever mass is power! So we settled on –

Mass didn’t have to be “created” during the creation of the universe, just converted from energy to mass!

Now the next problem, just like the law of constancy of mass, energy also has a law of constancy, according to the law of constancy of energy – “Energy is neither created nor destroyed, energy can only change form, the total amount of energy in the universe is fixed and unchanging”.

So where did the energy come from at the beginning of the creation of the universe? If energy was created then the law of energy constancy was violated! But no, here is the main game! In fact, the total amount of energy in the universe is zero! Because, it turns out, in a roughly homogeneous universe all positive gravitational forces (matter) and all negative gravitational forces (gravity) cancel each other out! If a universe starts from zero, the energy value is calculated to be as much as it is supposed to be, i.e. zero. From this it is clearly understood that the universe came spontaneously from nothing.