Backwards Extrapolation of Current Mathematics
Physicists are doing the best they can by extrapolating backwards to figure out how it all started; but they cannot work past the Big Bang. Is it possible to figure out what caused the Big Bang? Surprisingly the answer is yes, but only if you have already figured out the theory of everything. This represents a Catch-22 where we need to solve what existed before the Big Bang to tell what caused the Big Bang. There are a few hints which seemed to have been overlooked by physicists, these include: space-time is a medium, photons are polarized, distance cannot be defined as a set of points, and the mathematics should be relatively less complicated earlier in the progressive development of our universe. This makes sense if we make the logical assumption that our universe reached its current level of complexity from less complexity.
The following is a list of falsehoods that are thought to be true because of the errors introduced by extrapolating our current theories and mathematics backwards.
- The universe started with the Big Bang as a singularity where “nothing” existed before – False
- At the time of the Big Bang, the universe was hot – False
- Primordial particles of matter did not contain mass – False
- Almost the same amount of anti-matter was created as matter – False (mostly baryons of matter were created)
- Gravity had to be turned on – False