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We all know that Earth and other planets are created by the BigBang. The time is also calculated from the bigbang. So what happened before BigBang and wasn't there time? How was the first living cell form on the earth? Is Time travel to past is possible, then can we go beyond the bigbang?

Are all universe, planets, space rocks were once a single body before? Then how that planet had looked and whether it had living things? All the galaxies are moving away, how far they can go? Can all this be someone's science experiment gone wrong? When will the time end (will time be there even if everything in the universe gets destroyed)?

Where will be our mind and our thinkings, before our birth and after our death? Will it get destroyed or transferred to something new? Do you wish to see how humans in the future looks like? At the time of Earth is going to be destroyed by the nature, do you think the humans are smart to leave the Earth or protect themselves?

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There may be/have been many Big Bangs.

There may be many coexisting parallel universes.

There may be much that that is beyond human understanding.

After all, what does an insect crawling on a car understand about automobiles?

"In my Father's house are many mansions."


Probably something existed before the Big Bang. It is hard to know what it was. It is hard to say how the Earth will be destroyed.


What happened before big bang? That is something that I don't think we can comprehend. You must accept that before big bang, there was not only nothing, but there was no "nothing".. There was no empty space, there was no full space, there just wasn't. 

And to quote a person I once knew.. "Time was invented by man to keep himself sane."  So if there are no people to measure time, there will be no time.

The next part of your question seems to me to be religious, and I will not comment on that,

TheOtherTink Korvo

@ Korvo:

Um... well, with all due respect to the person you once knew, I don't really understand the aphorism.

Why couldn't the same be said of space, or indeed of any physical parameter that we use to try to make sense of the physical world?

Korvo Korvo

For example, an insect lives only in the now.  It does not think about before or after, it does only what it is supposed to do (collect nectar, take it to the hive etc.)  Man however had a more complex brain, and started to have memories, and started to plan for the future. To do this he had to define to himself Past, Present, and Future. (not just now, but other things) This was the start of time measurement.  Not just instinct. Then he started to think of long ago and just yesterday.. the time started to get into segments. We have continued to divide time into smaller and larger segments. But, is there really anything other than now?  With imprinted memories in your brain, and expectations for another now?  :) Its confusing I know.

TheOtherTink Korvo

But couldn't you also say that the insect lives only in the "here" in space, not just the "now" in time? Does a bee think about moving 5 meters to get to the pollen, or does it just instinctively follow the color or the smell of the flower?

And even with conscious actors, one interpretation of quantum mechanics (which Einstein didn't like) posits that the physical world only exists as potentialities, until a conscious observer makes the wave function "collapse" into the particular state that is finally observed.



Our solar system is merely a tiny element of a universe (or universes), populated with crowds of other star systems and constellations. And all these stars (suns) and their systems have their own cycles.

The Big Bang theory is the prevailing cosmological model:






TheOtherTink Marianne


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