Scientists Claim To Have Discover What Existed BEFORE The Beginning Of The Universe!

Scientists Claim To Have Discover What Existed BEFORE The Beginning Of The Universe!

 Since the dawn of time, non-scientific interpretations of the solution have evoked a wide variety of deities and served as the foundation for all major faiths and schools of thought. 

In order to determine what came before the universe in which we exist, a team of mathematicians from Canada and Egypt has combined cutting-edge scientific theory and a perplexing set of equations. 

They discovered that the cosmos essentially passes through four different phases by applying the theories of the very small, the realm of quantum mechanics, to the entire universe, which is explained by the general theory of relativity. 

More crucially, they learned that there was another universe—or, more precisely, another "cosmological phase"—that existed before this one. 

Our cosmos, despite being limitless in size, has always existed in one of four stages and is cyclical. 

The universe is expanding, and it is speeding up, but the team thinks that a quantum mechanical change will eventually stop the expansion and drag everything back to a nearly infinite point, at which time the cosmos will begin expanding once more. 

Prof. Mir Faizal summarized the key ideas of the study "Non-singular and Cyclic Universe from the Modified GUP," which was written by Maha Salah, Fayçal Hammad, Mir Faizal, and Ahmed Farag Ali. 

He claims that utilizing a method known as the modified GUP, quantum mechanical phenomena have been introduced into cosmology. 

This method alters the cosmological equation in an intriguing way. Our cosmos will go through four different phases, with the current phase being merely one of them, according to this theory. 

In this cosmological model, there is a phase before the big bang, and by studying the physics of the current phase of our universe, it is possible to learn about that era of the universe. 

According to Professor Mir Faizal, there occurred a phase transition from one phase of the universe to another, not the big bang, at the beginning of the universe. 

"The universe can exist in four separate phases, just as regular water can exist in three phases, thus this is plausible. By studying the mechanics of this universe, we can learn about pre-Big Bang cosmology just as we can learn about the qualities of ice by examining water that has developed from it. 

We may examine the physics of the cosmological phase prior to the creation of our universe using our cosmological model. 

They have been able to research the universe's conditions prior to the Big Bang using their model. According to the mathematics in their model, the universe will eventually stop expanding and then enter a phase of contraction. 

Professor Mir said, "When the equations are stretched beyond the maximum rate of contraction, a cyclic universe scenario arises. Huge bang and huge crunch scenarios have been proposed by other cosmologists, although those models contain singularities. 

The breakdown of the laws of physics is indicated by singularities, and at such locations, it is impossible to employ physics to produce meaningful conclusions. 

"Such singularity is eliminated by this new cosmic model. The improved GUP-corrections to the cosmology can therefore also prevent the big bang singularity. 

They use a cosmological model of the cosmos that includes quantum processes to explain how the universe's cyclic character arises. 

Even though there are numerous innovative theories of quantum gravity, such as string theory and loop quantum gravity, Prof. Faizal argued that most of them share the idea that space does not exist below a certain threshold of length. 

Numerous of these theories also assert that there is a limit on energy beyond which no object in the universe may have energy. 

The research team's cosmological model included the impact of having a minimum length and a maximum energy, and the result was a cyclic cosmos. 

Prof. Mir was questioned regarding the philosophical and even potential theological implications of his study. He responded, "No one draws any philosophical or theology implications of a limited or an infinite spatial dimension, and time is just another dimension, so why should it be viewed any differently. 

In any event, "I do not believe in a God of gaps, with the big bang being a gigantic gap, but in a God who built the mathematics of reality so precise that there are no gaps, not at the present time nor at the great bang. 

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  1. How does this epistemological framework differ from Sir Roger Penrose's "Conformal Cyclic Cosmology" (CCC) ?