In a new episode of Star Talk, the famous British physicist Stephen Hawking spoke with host Neil deGrasse Tyson to talk about what existed before Big Bang, this conceptual line only "visible" by calculation, which is impossible to cross.
He also has some idea of what was going on before time even began.
In a video clip, published by Popular Science, Hawking referred to a theory called "no boundary proposal" and explained: "The boundary condition of the universe is that it has no boundary". Stephen Hawking made a similar analogy in his explanation to deGrasse Tyson. The general theory is that the massive explosion happened 13.7 billion years ago and some agree that the universe is constantly expanding at a huge rate. Adding more, he informed that, Theory of Relativity asserts space and time from continuum curved by the matter and energy in it and ordinary real time are replaced by imaginary time.
According to Hawking's theories, this means that the universe literally did not exist before the Big Bang. As per Euclid, the imaginary time works like a four-dimensional curved surface of the Earth but it has two extra dimensions.
The president of Reasons to Believe also told CP that the model that Hawking is proposing for the origins of the Universe is problematic in light of modern astronomical observations.
The Big Bang theory is the possibility that the whole universe started as a pinprick that has been growing from that point onward-basically, that the main reason the universe feels so huge is on the grounds that it's had 13.8 billion years to arrive in such a state.
"One can regard imaginary and real-time beginning at the South Pole".
This subatomic ball known as a singularity (not to be confused with technological singularity in which artificial intelligence will catch up with people).
"There is nothing south of the South Pole, so there was nothing around before the Big Bang", Hawking said.
"There is nothing south of the South Pole, so there was nothing around before the big bang".
Well, the statements given by Hawking, look like a smooth argument in this matter. However, for Hawking, there was not the definite starting point of time and universe.