The uni­verse be­gan as a sin­gle point

All About Space - - Stephen Hawking -

Gen­eral rel­a­tiv­ity

pre­dicts its own sit­u­a­tions such lim­i­ta­tions, par­tic­u­larly

as the grav­i­ta­tional in the con­di­tions col­lapse of mas­sive at the very be­gin­ning

stars and Pen­rose’s of the uni­verse. work, among other Hawki

things, pre­dicts uni­verse must have that the

be­gun with a sin­gu­lar­ity in­fi­nite grav­ity.

To the – an area of

non-physi­cist, the com­pli­cated maths, the­o­rems are a

loa but they’re held

to be sem­i­nal cos­mo­log­i­cal com­mu­nity, work

by t whether and go on to deal

space is in­fi­nite, with sub­jects li day and whether con­tract. the uni­verse will

one

The uni­verse is widely ac­cepted to have be­gun from the Big Bang

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