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  which force expands the dense materials at big banng?

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@Winther dense materials will be more dense due to gravitational attraction .

so there will be a big force (and potential energy) for expanding of dense materials at big bang .

my be that is dark energy .

would you please answer me




Closed as per community consensus as the post is not graduate-level
asked Dec 11, 2017 in Closed Questions by seyedmohammad mohammadi [ revision history ] 1 flag
recategorized Jan 8 by dimension10

not graduate+ level.  Users with 500+ reputation may vote here to get it closed.

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In the pre-inflation version of the Big Bang theory, very high relative velocities are part of the hypothesis on the very early state of the Universe. In the inflation theory, this is a consequence of the inflationnary accelerated expansion phase (which in particular involves some analogue of the "dark energy", where by "dark energy" I mean the cause of the recent accelerated expansion of the Universe).

answered Dec 11, 2017 by 40227 (4,920 points) [ revision history ]

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