We all know that our universe was created from nothingness. A powerful particle or absolute point was created out of nothingness. And the physical world of this universe was created through the explosion of that particle or absolute point. This is what we call the Big Bang. If it can be accepted that the universe was created through the explosion of the absolute point, how did this absolute point come into being from nothingness? This question remains. Let’s try to understand the matter.
What is the emptiness that we are talking about above or the emptiness that we usually talk about? What does that emptiness look like? Generally, we mean emptiness, where there is nothing. In the language of those who are somewhat scientifically minded – emptiness means there is nothing. Not even a particle of air.
Yes, above I have spoken about such a void. Where no particle exists. Whether it is a particle of air. Is there such a void? There is In Torricelli’s experiment after the mercury rises a little up the test tube, the empty space remains, that is the vacuum void. Our universe was created from such a void. Many people here said, Something From Nothing. That is, something is created from nothing.
But what we call emptiness, is that the real emptiness? No, that is not emptiness. There is an invisible power in that emptiness. Which is called vacuum energy. And from this energy, particles, and antiparticles are created in pairs. Those who are destroyed again become energy again. This is how the game of particle creation and destruction goes on in that void that we thought was emptiness and calmness. Which is called quantum fluctuation.
Now the question is if particles continue to be created and destroyed in quantum fluctuations, then where does the absolute point or particle come from? These points come from quantum inflation. While the creation and destruction of particles continue in quantum fluctuations, one or two particles in billions survive. This is called quantum inflation. In this way, from the accumulation of particles, they form an absolute point. The explosion of which is created, our vast universe. So not Something From Nothing but Something From Something.