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Background of this Key Question: A series of professional articles by Dr. Alexander Kusenko (Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe and the University of California, Los Angeles) and then a series of popular articles has led to renewed speculations about the very nature of blackholes. As well, the Kusenko work has raised questions about the start of the universe.
Quick Question: Why is an infinitely-hot start of the universe necessary when it gets hot enough with a very cold start in less than a second? Look at the numbers: https://81018.com/calculations/
Quick Answer: It is not.
An Idea. Here is a different way of approaching the problem:
1. Take the Planck base units as the first instant of time.
2. The units define a primordial sphere. Using Planck’s numbers, there are over 539 tredecillion spheres per second. Assume that is the expansion of the universe.
3. Apply sphere stacking and then cubic-close packing of equal spheres: https://81018.com/ccp/ There is a natural inflation (doublings).
4. The first 64-to-67 doublings (aka notations) are below the thresholds of length measurement by CERN. The first measurement of a unit of time isn’t until the zeptosecond at notation 74-77 — https://81018.com/a84/ — at the Garching MPI.
Here is a more probable dark energy and dark matter: https://81018.com/dark/
- * Sci-News, by the editors, Dec 28, 2020
- Alexander Kusenko et al. 2020. Exploring Primordial Black Holes from the Multiverse with Optical Telescopes. Phys. Rev. Lett 125 (18): 181304; doi: 10.1103, 30 October 2020 ArXiv, 2020