Do scientists consider that 'Invisible nature' existed before the Big Bang?

  1. SpiritPhilosopher profile image53
    SpiritPhilosopherposted 6 years ago

    Do scientists consider that 'Invisible nature' existed before the Big Bang?


    Fundamentally the universe consists of two natures:

    one Visible and the other Invisible.

    Do scientists consider that 'Invisible nature' existed before the Big Bang?

  2. Brett.Tesol profile image50
    Brett.Tesolposted 6 years ago

    Our minds can't fully comprehend limitless, or not existing.

    We live our lives where everything starts and ends. Most things then lead onto/into something else or are transformed to something else. Maybe something else was transformed by the big bang? However, at some point we assume there was nothing ... which is strange, as in our lives there is always something!

    So, maybe nature existed before the big bang, but in a different form (energy, substances) that resulted in the big bang...we can't see what was before, but that doesn't mean to say that it was invisible .... after all, not too far back, we couldn't see the planets and stars out in http://hubpages.com/question/125377/do- … ang#space.

 
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