How did matter form in the early ''universe'' ?

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  1. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    How did matter form in space to form a high dense state to begin the epoch of time ?

    Was it the Proton-Electron chain ?

    (proton mass + electron mass /V)* (proton mass /V + electron mass/V)


    V=volume

    m=0.5
     
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  3. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    The equation does equate to 1/t where t is time .
     
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  7. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    No it doesn't.
     
  8. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    Wah ? It does equate to 1/t .

    (0.5+0.5/V)=1

    (0.5/V+0.5/V)=1


    (0.5+0.5/V)*(0.5/V+0.5/V)=1*1=1/t


    Where did you learn to count ?
     
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  10. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    Utter crap.
    Every single line is incoherently meaningless.
     
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  11. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    Don't talk crap , that is very basic maths that even a child could calculate at 1/t .

    The expansion of XYZt , space-time , will always be 1/t . An inflating balloon never becomes 2 balloons .
     
  12. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    You have brought the universe incrementally closer to its eventual heat death by vomiting this phosphor-and-electron-wasting numerology drivel upon the screens of innocent readers.

    I do my personal duty to reduce this pollution by making sure it does not convert any more useful solar energy into trash heat.

    :ignore:

    Also: reported as drivel in science section. Recommending it go straight to Cesspool.
     
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    So you think questions should go in the cess pool ? unanswered questions that should be discussed ?

    Wow Dave thought you was smarter than that ,

    I am making suggestion for the thread unless anyone got any better ideas ?

    Try inflating a transparent balloon Dave and put some dots on it . Then come back !

    Also look up particle annihilation and density function . m/V

    Also consider the Higgs field as being the initial high dense state of the early universe, a singularity that started from a high dense state with an infinitesimally dimension . m/V
     
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    Mod Hat — Finer distinctions

    This is a fallacious pretense.

    The basic differences have to do with the validity of the questions or arguments, and also the conduct of the querient.

    These are not among the finer or more subtle distinctions in discussing physics. Something goes here about who should be smarter than what.

    Short form: Reel in the attitude; there is nothing new about your self-indulgence.
     
  15. Tyler Shaw Banned Banned

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    Wow that was worded well, what do you mean there is nothing new?

    If nobody can answer my question then I assume it is unanswered, the big bang starts from a high dense state but does not explain how this high dense state was formed . I assume this high dense state was matter and matter has components .
    We never consider that this high dense state may be some sort of Higg's field that expanded , elements being created as the expansion occurred .
    Are we not to discuss or question unanswered topics ? Isn't science about advancement ?
     
  16. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    As usual your assumptions are wrong. There was no matter in the early universe.
    That's because we aren't stupid.
    You aren't talking about science you are just jabbering about nonsense.
     
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    Mod Note

    Tyler Shaw has been permanently banned for being a sockpuppet of a previously banned member.
     
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    Do we have a good idea what things were made of at the earliest epoch?

    I am surprised that there could be "no matter" since I thought "matter" was kind of a generic term that could describe practically anything(could well be mistaken ....)
     
  19. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    We have a sound theory called the Big Bang.
    A photon is not considered matter. At the time of the big bang it was too hot for matter to exist.
     
  20. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    I am guessing he will return to hurl a few feeble insults and then fade away... at least for a while.
     
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  21. geordief Valued Senior Member

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    I agree ,but there was a time before that ,surely?

    Doesn't the Big Bang just go back to T+10^-43 seconds?
     
  22. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Presumably, but our physics models break down at that point.
     
  23. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Hooray.
     
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