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A Mirror Image of Our Universe May Have Existed Before the Big Bang

by Erik Vance, LiveScience

Like a mountain looming over a calm lake, it seems the universe may once have had a perfect mirror image. That’s the conclusion a team of Canadian scientists reached after extrapolating the laws of the universe both before and after the Big Bang.

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The Possibility of the Existence of Multiverse

by Jodie Jackson, RX Science

Are there more Universes beyond Ours?

We generally believe that there is only one Universe containing all the space, matter, and energy. Numerous changes occurred in the Universe since the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago. Still, the scientists are discovering new phenomena occurring around. Currently, we can see an enormous amount of the Universe which is about 46 billion light years in all directions. While the fabric of space is continuously expanding since the beginning of the Universe.

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Time actually existed before the Big Bang, according to new theory

by Bryan Nelson, Mother Nature Network

The Big Bang wasn’t the start of time, it was just a transition.

One of the most baffling aspects of the Big Bang theory is figuring out how to explain what happened “before” time and space began. The language itself is awkward. How does it make sense to even refer to a time “before” time itself existed?

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