What Explains the Big Bang Hypothesis?
The big bang theory explained the origin of hydrogen and helium, the reason for the scattering of galaxies, the origin of radio emission with a temperature of 3 K.
The Big Bang Hypothesis says that a very long time ago (about 20 billion years ago) the universe was incredibly small. Its radius was equal to about 10-12 cm, which is close to the radius of the electron. Divide a millimeter into 100 billion parts mentally. One such part is 10-12 cm. In other words, all the endless unimaginable space of the present cosmos, the distances in which are measured in millions of light years, was compressed in an extremely compressed volume, which was so small that it could be called the word “nothing” …
It is also clear that there were no stars, no planets, or anything else that exists today, but all the infinite diversity of the Universe was laid down in this original micro-object, usually called singular (from Latin singularis – one, only), was contained in it potentially, that is, implicitly, invisibly, represented a possibility that had to turn into reality. In the same way as a large tree with a variety of its forms is potentially contained in a small grain. About 20 billion years ago, the colossal density and energy of this singular object led to the Big Bang, the result of which was the formation and further evolution of all objects in the Universe.