mr.spaceman Posted July 1, 2012 Share Posted July 1, 2012 (edited) Hello everyone I'm newbie here I think I have a very important question. There is the idea that Universe could pop out into existence from nothing. Due to the quantum fluctuation. No longer needed divine creators or any mediators to create the Universe. Laws of physics produced the universe. OK, I'm sure that idea of divine creators is pretty unlikely. I believe that the whole Universe (from creation until the end) must depend on Physical laws. but I have a question: Do we need some scene? Where can be happened anything? As I heard, some scientists claim that until big-bang nothing existed literally. If there was simply nothing, how could physical laws produced the universe? Literally, nothing means also that there're no even physical laws, which can produce the Universe. Do the physical laws require "place" or some scene to occur fluctuations or anything. Can they act without the Universe? if there's no Universe and nothing at all? Did anyone regard this issue as a problem? I understand like this: If there's literally nothing, you can't get out of something. It's necessary to exist physical laws, but physical laws - where? where they exist? and how they exist. what they control? I suspect that existence of physical laws require something. Where they can act. Now we have something rather than nothing, However, we use this word "nothing" because we don't understand this condition "something" "something" this is not normal, there's no space time no energy and so on. I heard one scientist said that in this case, the word "nothing" is an artifact that we have no idea about it What do you think about this? Edited July 1, 2012 by mr.spaceman Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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