What was before the Big Bang?
The most interesting question today is what was before the Big Bang in the universe and how it happened?
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It is known that the galaxies scatter, move away from each other. When the intergalactic speed becomes closer to the speed of light, each of them is compressed almost to the maximum.
Each of them represents a black hole.
The geometry of the universe is arranged the way, that in that moment they all fall in a massive black hole.
Each of them is a center of a black hole and the geometry of the universe is arranged the way, that they move away from each other and in fact approach the speed of light.
If we are, for example, on one of them, then we will be in the center of a black hole. We will see that all the galaxies of the space become closer and approach us, but because of the huge accumulation of all the galaxies in one place, there would be a colossal gravity. The time will go slower.
Because of the gravitational compression of time (based on the geometry of space), it would seem that the galaxies are approaching us slowly and slow down (in fact, they will come closer to us with almost the speed of light).
When the intergalactic speed will be finally equal to the speed of light, galaxies will collide with each other.
If at this moment we are in the middle of the action, in the center of a black hole, time and clock will stop for us, but the singularity will be so great that there would be the Big Bang.
If at this moment we are away from the middle of the action, from black hole, we will see that the galaxies collide with each other with the speed of light, and the Big Bang happens. After this, starts a new cycle of the universe expansion.
In the space, where the speed of light is finite, there is a Big Bang in the center of a massive black hole. This black hole forms due to the geometry of the space.
The geometry of the space is guilty for that, the galaxies, matters in this universe, interact with a force that we call the gravitational interaction.