How did the universe come into existence from nothing?
The Big Bang theory says that the universe came into being from a single, unimaginably hot and dense point (aka, a singularity) more than 13 billion years ago. It didn’t occur in an already existing space. Rather, it initiated the expansion—and cooling—of space itself.
Why does life exist?
Life exists only on earth because of the following reasons: Earth has all the basic necessities that are required for an organism to survive. The temperature and atmosphere of the earth make life comfortable for the organism.
What was there before the universe?
In the beginning, there was an infinitely dense, tiny ball of matter. Then, it all went bang, giving rise to the atoms, molecules, stars and galaxies we see today. Or at least, that’s what we’ve been told by physicists for the past several decades.
- How did the universe come into existence from nothing?
- Why does life exist?
- What was there before the universe?
- What created the universe?
- How will the universe end?
- What is beyond the universe?
- When did time begin?
- What was the universe like in the beginning?
- How was space created?
- Who is the creator of this universe?
- Who created the world?
- Is the universe infinite?
- Does space ever end?
- Can something be created from nothing?
- What’s outside of space?
- Can the universe be reborn?
- What is bigger than the universe?
- How cold is space?
- Would a body decompose in space?
- Can a plane fly into space?