The Big Bang is not the Beginning of Our Universe — It’s Actually the End of Something Else Entirely



Sean Carroll is a physicist at Caltech. His research includes theoretical physics and astrophysics, especially cosmology, field theory, and gravitation. He has published several research papers dark matter and dark energy, modified gravity, violations of Lorentz invariance, extra dimensions, topological defects, cosmic microwave background anisotropies, causality violation, black holes, and the cosmological constant problem.


Physicist Sean Carroll is currently working on theories like the origin of the universe and the arrow of time, including the roles of inflation, baby universes, and also quantum gravity. This is really awesome and will blow your mind.





In his recent video by Techinsider, he explains what existed before Big Bang and it actually means. So watch and learn:

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  1. If the Big Bang is the end of our understanding, then the question can be is it impossible for there to be a god?

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    1. As stated, the current agreed theory is the Big Bang, but there is no proof of a god, but plenty of lack of proof for a god. Much like there is no proof of unicorns, but pretty much no evidence they exist.

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    2. god as is described in 2000 year old texts does not exist. it is a product of human arrogance and corrupt human selfservence.

      that being said, the way our universe works around core principles and almost seems to be following a blueprint seems indicative that there was something that created these rules and set the ball in motion. whether that being is sentient or the pure essence of creation and life we do not know. but we can say for a certainty if it is a sentient being, the human minds of 2000 years ago simply would not have been able to communicate let alone comprehend such a being. thus it is safe to say that anything humans claim to know about a god that does not come through study of said gods creation is nothing more than a fantasy.

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    3. there is overwhelming evidence of the lack of a god, in our forever limited understanding. We don't know what god is, so we don't know if it exists. As scientists we should never throw a theory away, even one of a higher governing power.

      True scientists are always closer to god than your average believers because it's an occupational hazard to keep looking, whereas the latter has stopped.

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  2. Like your studies titled "theoretical" that's exactly what it is. A theory. No proof there isn't a creator.

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    1. Just as there is no proff there is one. Like Mike Fomenko said: if there is a "god" it's not what you think and 99,9999% has nothing to do with the texts written a few thousand years ago, a time when everyone believed everything they heard... Not unlike today, there are still 50% of us who believe everything...

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    2. There is also no proof you exist. Can you prove otherwise?

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  3. I guess you could say an "Unknown"

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