What is the Big Bang?
The big bang was a rapid explosion of matter that all started as just a single point of high density and temperature. According to the theories of physics, if we were to look at the Universe one second after the Big Bang, what we would see is a 10-billion degree sea of neutrons, protons, electrons, positrons, photons, and neutrinos. As time went on and the universe cooled, it was able to reach a temperature where electrons formed with nuclei to create neutral compounds, which eventually formed to create our universe. The Big Bang came out of nowhere. It created time. It created space. It created matter. It created us.
Energy: It is what we revolve around, even though we may not completely be aware of it all of the time. Energy is how the Earth began-compiled into a tiny little point, but condensed with high density and temperature. The big bang-and life itself-would not be here today without the amount of energy it had to use.
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