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What caused the big-bang ???

Everyone know that the formation of universe is by the big-bang theory and the process of this explosion happened within few minutes.Till date the exact reason has not found which lead to this huge explosion .Please give your ideas and lets come to a conclusion .....

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    Jul 23 2011: After years of torturing myself with that question, I realized that is beyond my comprehension. :D
    BUT... I decided to abandon my idea of what time is. So it makes it easier for me not to search for the beginning. Do I make any sence? :P
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      Jul 23 2011: Time, as we know it, don't exist. That's just a band of sensations about what we've seen and what we're going to see. Einstein changed everything, our time here may not be the same in Jupiter. But, deny the beginnings isn't a reasonable thing, for with Einstein's relativity if we have space we have time...
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        Jul 23 2011: I see your point. But what I wanted to say is... maybe we should think in terms of energy- it never get's destroyed, just changes form. Hence, it doesn't have a beginning. The concept of space as energy makes time irrelevant. So, there is no beginning, just a fluctuation.
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          Jul 25 2011: Sorry, but I couldn't understand... How may space be energy? Space is matter and energy flows from matter. If you want to say that matter is eternal (almost like Nietzsche's devir) you'll fight with something that is unacceptable for current understanding of universe origins.
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          Jul 25 2011: Marija.................I think energy cannot be destroyed, This is why I believe that when we die the "anima" survives. The big bang I could only speculate.
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        Jul 25 2011: Yes, let's say that matter is eternal. Just like energy it is impossible to completely un-do stuff :) Absolute creation (from nothing) is something divine, and since I don't believe in God, it comes naturally for me that there was no beginning, and there is no end.
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          Jul 25 2011: I really want to uderstand you, so my question is: How may it be?

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