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Why the Big Bang might not have been the beginning of our Universe

Why the Big Bang might not have been the beginning of our Universe

The Big Bang marks the birth of the Universe, right? The physicists brave enough to look beyond it aren’t so sure.

By Prof Stephon Alexander, Science Focus 

Why does something exist rather than nothing? This profound question lies at the heart of both science and philosophy, inviting us to explore the origins of our existence.

In the field of evolutionary theory, we understand that all life on Earth can be traced back to a common ancestor known as the last universal common ancestor (LUCA). The search for LUCA captivates researchers investigating the origin of life. Our curiosity doesn’t end there, though. We can delve further into the origins of Earth itself, and the Universe around it.

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