Lesson 1: All it took to create most of the universe - Deepstash

Lesson 1: All it took to create most of the universe

A singularity is defined as a moment in which nothing is defined and everything is unpredictable . It’s a massive inflection point. When scientists talk about the “initial” singularity , they refer to the moment the universe was created. It’s hard to imagine, but think of a little, compact point, that is infinitely dense – it contains everything that’s in the universe now, but is compressed into a tiny, tiny dot.

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