A LITTLE BIG BANG
Imagine the Universe. Full of countless particles and of energy, all compressed in a single point. Around fourteen billion years ago, a mysterious event started everything: it’s the Big Bang. Atoms appeared and the electrons created an electrically balanced environment. Following millions of years, stars and galaxies came into existence. And there was light. The Big Bang is the theory concerning the evolution of the cosmos, which no one could describe to our days. Nobody knows exactly what happened. We simply know that the Universe started expending itself immediately afterwards, but the theory does not specify what exactly exploded nor how it happened and what existed before the explosion. The Universe was a dense and hot environment, wherein the energy manifested itself in particles existing only for small glimpses, then the substance got the better of the antimatter. There was no explosion, it was the space that was expending. And there was no bang, because there was no air that could propagate the sound. But our instruments are not sufficient to understand and the natural laws stop being logical. The time itself sways and it is senseless. A new theory capable to unite Einstein’s relativity and the quantum mechanics is needed, something at which hundreds of scientists are working at as we speak.