The Hot Big Bang occurred according to theory 13.9 Billion years ago, and the laws of thermodynamics forbid any new energy to be created.
The CBR is cited as evidence for a hot big bang, and is a relic to particle creation during the inflationary stage of the universe.
Particle creation was likely initiated during the theoretical inflationary stage of the universe, via separating virtual particle pairs, resulting in a Hot Big Bang
Particles spontaneously appear out of a vacuum at a very slow rate.
Steady State theory, introduced by Fred Hoyle.
Questions for discussion
Could spontaneous particle creation be due to a localized inflationary effect in space between a pair of virtual particles.? ie a small scale inflationary stage followed by a Cold little bang.
Is it possible that some if not all of the CBR is due to continuous spontaneous particle creation? How would the CBR appear any different if it was a relic of continuous cold particle creation instead of an instantaneous theoretical hot big bang, lasting fractions of a second. ?
Could a continual process of particle creation lasting Aeons in a zero or near zero gravity environment be lumped into one big bang and appear to give the same results ref CBR. ? If not why not ??
Fred Hoyle was not the first to think of steady state theory https://www.ibtimes....-theory-1437818
Steady State theory was replaced by Inflationary theory, WHY and WHAT does inflationary theory give that an expanding universe in Steady state theory does not give.
Could some Dark Matter effects in empty space be a result of spontaneous particle creation? https://en.wikipedia...ational_lensing
Could the age of galaxies be related to the amount of dark matter around them?
Edited by Flummoxed, 09 May 2019 - 03:29 AM.