Everything We Know About the Big Bang Could Be Wrong

Up until now, the theory that’s made the most logical sense to explain how the universe began is the Big Bang, which holds that the universe came into being about 13.8 billion years ago as a result of a single event that launched the universe into a continuous state of expansion. Now researchers working in Egypt and Canada have proposed a new model with a much simpler idea of the beginning of the universe: There wasn’t one. 

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