New theory explodes the Big Bang

February 27, 2015

A new study co-authored from the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada has challenged the use of the BIG Bang theory as the only one that can accurately describe the formation of the universe, CBS Local reports. The Big Bang theory explains the formation of the universe taking place around 13.8 billion years ago and comes from the research completed by scientists Albert Einstein and Edwin Hubble. The latest theory challenges these overriding options by stating the universe itself may have no single starting point, instead various smaller Big Bangs may have taken place at points across space.

The theory comes amid a larger amount of research being done into the mysterious dark matter the majority of the universe is made up of said an article. AnastasiaDate noted scientists who conducted the study used older versions of the theory of quantum mechanics made famous by Einstein and compared their results to his. The researchers state they believe the theory of a fireball in the early years of the an area of space is correct, but struggle to prove a single Big Bang could be responsible for the entirety of space being formed.

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