Well, if I take away all your electrical appliances, electricity and everything a physicist theorized someday, it would be a great life for you. Atomic nuclei will easily unbind (break apart) above a certain temperature, related to their binding energy. [25], In 2015, it was reported that such shifts had been detected in the CMB. It is completely invisible to telescopes because it is transparent to light. So why is the speed of light used as the only way to measure the sorts of distances physicists are concerned with? It is generally considered meaningless or unclear whether time existed before this chronology: The first picosecond (10−12) of cosmic time.

Doesn’t mean picasso could do it. Most cosmologists now believe that 85% of the matter in the Universe is another mysterious form of matter called dark matter. I write songs too. is this fair? Rest is basic multiplication. Aren’t most of our interactions non-equilibrium in nature? I’m saying there seem to be a lot of exceptions to the rules which is more reason why we should think creatively as well. This amplifies the tiny inhomogeneities (irregularities) in the density of the universe which was left by cosmic inflation. Primordial black holes are a hypothetical type of black hole proposed in 1966,[26] that may have formed during the so-called radiation-dominated era, due to the high densities and inhomogeneous conditions within the first second of cosmic time. What is generally accepted in that in the first microscopic fraction of a second, after the Universe first came into existence,  it underwent an incredibly rapid expansion and has been expanding and cooling ever since (see notes 1 below). Change ). This seems at odds with the light year measuring system.

[44] The name is slightly inaccurate and is given for historical reasons: in fact the electrons and atomic nuclei were combining for the first time. In December 2012 the first candidate galaxies dating to before reionization were discovered, when UDFy-38135539, EGSY8p7 and GN-z11 galaxies were found to be around 380–550 million years after the Big Bang, 13.4 billion years ago and at a distance of around 32 billion light-years (9.8 billion parsecs).[52][53]. The photons released by these newly formed hydrogen atoms initially had a temperature/energy of around ~ 4000 K. This would have been visible to the eye as a pale yellow/orange tinted, or "soft", white color.

If none, yes stay alone mostly nothing wrong with that but use a different mindset when approaching your daily life than the one you use for science read about that you’re smart and maybe even your science will improve.

Beyond that, we need to better understand the universe to make any accurate predictions. If the FLRW metric equations are assumed to be valid all the way back to the beginning of the universe, they can be followed back in time, to a point where the equations suggest all distances between objects in the universe were zero or infinitesimally small. The Bolshoi Cosmological Simulation is a high precision simulation of this era. That is why I said between 160 and 197. These are much richer in heavier elements and are likely to have planets. That was a seriously good post. You are missing a very important point here. That was a statement. I tried.

Oh, I know why.

As long as it’s not bothering oneself too much without knowing it. From this point on, and for several billion years to come, the presence of dark matter accelerates the formation of structure in our universe. No. At around 47,000 years,[2] as the universe cools, its behaviour begins to be dominated by matter rather than radiation. Stephen Hawking calculated in 1971 that primordial black holes could have a mass as low as 10−5 g.[28] But they can have any size, so they could also be large, and may have contributed to the formation of galaxies. I explained it to you saying it is the distance light travels at its speed in a year! It just makes things better. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Which is between here and “the next” galaxy? I will listen if that person has an IQ over 150 at least. Were it not a productive way, there would have been no books on science and no information about the Universe. According to traditional Big Bang cosmology, the electroweak epoch began 10−36 seconds after the Big Bang, when the temperature of the universe was low enough (1028 K) for the electronuclear force to begin to manifest as two separate interactions, the strong and the electroweak interactions. Later, when it was roughly 400, 000 years old, and at a temperature of around 3,000 degrees, ordinary hydrogen atoms could exist and the Universe became transparent to light. As our universe continues to evolve, small galaxies are frequently gobbled up by larger ones. Then my next question is how do physicist approximate that 1 light year is 6 trillion miles? People often misunderstand The Big Bang. You didn’t understand that right. I get stuck on the Big Bang and all that repulsive gravity. Not forever. Emotional intelligence. So now we have two different people, both great scientists.

Just tell me how will you possible change the amount of distance light travels at its speed in a given time?