The Big Bang theory was coined in the 40s - but physicists still puzzle over whether it even happened.
Frederick Hoyle, the astronomer and physicist who coined the term, 'Big Bang,' much preferred the idea that the universe might have existed forever.
Now two mathematicians claim to have 'proved' that it didn't - it might not have an end, but the universe definitely had a beginning.
so what came first, space or time ? you would need space for matter to go into, and time for space and matter.? and if the universe has no end how can this story be true ? just what i think .
Edited by sean6, 25 April 2012 - 07:41 PM.