Do you believe time existed "before" the Big Bang expansion? (Please explain your reasons in the comments)
I have to think about this one more.
My presumption would be that in order for the "bang" to occur, something inside the big mass had to be changing or nothing would happen. I order for something to change it must be different now than it was then, that is time.
Is it possible that nothing was changing, until it began to expand?
And so began time? Then is it time that caused the Big Bang?
I would guess not, because time is a measure of change, it would have been the change that caused time.
Then you are arguing one of the proofs of a Supreme Being. If everything was static, no change, then something must have decided to zap that big mass of everything to put it all in motion.
No, because time wasn't passing with the singularity, so it wasn't like it was just waiting around for something to change it, it just changed.
Why did it change 13.8billion years ago? Because it did.
I am not saying I accept that as a proof of a Supreme Being, although I do believe in the existence of God. But you asked the question, and your response means you also have to rewrite the coo only accepted rules of physics. "Because it did" is not.
*coo = commonly ^
Not necessarily, our laws of physics are completely dependent on the existence of change, and time, perhaps at the instance of the singularity, when the expansion started, change, and the laws of physics were birthed.
All it requires is a suspension of the laws as we currently perceive them, because without change none of the laws of physics could exist. Perhaps there are other laws, quantum laws that don't require change to function.
I am not a physicist and don't even remotely grasp the complexity of quantum physics, but many theoretical physicists have demonstrated, that the universe, could have arose, without time, energy, matter, space, or the laws of physics, through
Quantum fluctuations and other laws of the like.
OK, I can believe that it is beyond my understanding.
That's all I'm saying. That at this moment we cannot understand.