then explain what energy was used to cause the big bang

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Well, that's one of the things the Large Hadron Collider is trying to address.

Some of it can be partially answered with Einstein's E=Mc^2. This basically says Energy and Mass are synonymous. Mass is essentially energy. Destroy the mass you release the energy. The LHC has already proved this.

Mass is also Matter. At the time of the big bang equal Matter and Antimatter appeared. Or, to put it another way. Energy and Negative energy in the form of matter and antimatter. These two obviously equal each other so the state of equilibrium is preserved. The sum total of everything is the same as it was before.

Now, what the catalyst was that caused complimentarily equal matter and antimatter to appear was, is the thing that I understand the LHC has set it's long distance sight on. Hopefully within our lifetime they'll work it out. Fingers crossed.

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Applying our laws of this universe to something that happened before the universe existed.

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Yes accepted. That's actually one of the theories. That there's many universes with varying relationships between matter interaction and type. It's only ours that has the goldilocks factor - the relationships are just right to create a universe that can sustain life. I guess that will forever remain an untested theory.

But we can get very very close to the start within our own universe. And may be able to infer some answers. If there's anyone from the LHC on here, please feel free to join in and flesh this out for us.

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It's natural to believe everything that happens is a result of something else that happened. If you were able to trace back everything even the big bang it probably would be infinite, or there would probably be a beginning point. If there is a beginning point that just happened out of nowhere I can accept that because maybe cause and effect only occurs within our universe. If it was an infinite series of causes and effects I wouldn't question it either because infinity itself doesn't seem to have a cause.

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Well we're getting to the point where our brains struggle to comprehend because the words before or beginning point suggests that the time dimension is relevant and constant. But at the point of the singularity time wasn't a dimensionable quantity. It was only just after it became measurable. So yes accepted that there will forever be a point we cannot get beyond. But we haven't reached that point yet. There is more we can find out and just because there is a point, doesn't mean we should stop looking. Who knows what wonders we could uncover and maybe use. The spin property of sub atomic particles for instance has got some really interesting communications applications - if we can harness it. As an engineer I know that the discoveries the scientists make today, I might be applying and building into the products of tomorrow. It's fantastic.

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We consume things in food that can be repurposed into growing new skin, bones, babies, et cetera. We're not creating new matter.

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it is converted usually to knietic energy

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U turn into dirt and maggot **** over time

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The concept applies to all that we currently know about the universe.

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of course, we are cell and we'll come back to cell

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