Big bang/a critique of What Was the Big Bang?

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(Review Paper) Cited in Big bang/a critique of What Was the Big Bang?

Points Made[edit | edit source]

- Universe is made up of approximately 70% Dark Energy and causes an increased rate of expansion.

Methods[edit | edit source]

As the universe expanded and its density decreased, the reduced gravitational pull faded and the Dark Energy caused expansion to increase in speed.

Results[edit | edit source]

The increased rate of expansion will lead the Universe to reach either the Big Crunch, or a Big Freeze. The Big Crunch suggests that once the Universe reaches a certain point of expansion it will retract and collapse upon itself. The Big Freeze suggests that the Universe will cool as it expands.

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