What Is Big Bang

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The Big Bang Theory

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Introduction........................................................................................................................2 What is Big Bang?..............................................................................................................3 What happened before Big Bang?......................................................................................4 Expansion of Universe………............................................................................................5 Doubts about Big Bang Theory……………………..........................................................6 Future of Universe…..........................................................................................................7 God and Big Bang……………………………………....................................................10 Conclusion........................................................................................................................12 References........................................................................................................................13

Introduction
Knowing Big Bang theory is meant to explain progress of universe and creation of universe. Progress refers to past of universe, future of universe that is appropriate for specific purposes and academic purposes. Creation refers to how our universe came to be. There basically many conceptions Big Bang Theory ; big bang, expansion of universe, relationship between God and big bang, future of universe and the others. In this paper a lot of conceptions will be reviewed in relation to Big Bang Theory. First Big Bang Theory will be described .Then expansion of universe will be introduced, which it is shown to be uniting Big Bang progress. Then doubts about big bang will be discussed with different ideas. In last section future of big bang and future of universe will be explained briefly.

What is Big Bang?
The way to origin of life on earth activated with a dense, compact hot universe. It brought a bang which is called Big Bang. Then forming elements heavier than hydrogen at a high temperature. It was followed by gradual cooling of the universe. A single force is divided into four known forces. They are gravity, electro-magnetism, strong nuclear and weak nuclear. After that step gravity has big role. It forced objects as property of mass throughout the universe. Weak and strong nuclear created neutron and proton. Finally electro-magnetic force acts between electrically charged particles. Light, electricity and magnetism are produced by this force. Gravity : It unites solar system and galaxies together. It prevents exploding of sun. This exploding means that death of sun is inhibited. It keeps life alive. Electro-magnetism : Force activities between electrically particles. Light, magnetism and electricity are produced by this force. Strong nuclear force : It unites protons and neutrons together. In other words atoms are comprised by this force. Weak nuclear force : It is responsible of radioactivity.( Trevors, 2005, 403-404) The idea of world was created by a creator is not far away many religion in the past. Yet it did not make a sense in golden age of the Greek philosophy. Plato , was important philosopher, introduced a creator. It means universe has a beginning. We call this beginning big bang. But Plato just said that once it was created. It remains how it was created. He never mentioned about its evolution. Pythagoras agreed several of Aristotle’s views. He thought that simple matters are enough to make a universe. Idea of God is accepted by him. New discoveries in physics and new astrophysical observations then formed the basis of the big bang theories. The development of astrophysical spectroscopy led to identification of lines of spectra of the stars, characteristic of the elements present in the stellar atmosphere, and provided information about the temperature and pressure at which they existed; and...
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