Submissions from Martina de Rham

[1]  faKiv:2104.08132 [pdf]
The Big Bang and the CMB
Comments: 12 pages, 3 figures, to appear in PRD

In this article we have a brief introduction to the Big Bang and the CMB, and we make some experimental observations about the nature of the Big Bang and the Universe. We begin by discussing the conditions for the formation of the Big Bang and the Universe and then discuss the observation that the Big Bang is a cosmological epoch, which is a measure of the amount of time that has passed since the Big Bang. We then discuss the origin of the Big Bang and the evolution of the Universe. To illustrate the difference between Big Bang and Big Universe (BI), we translate the Big Bang into the Big Universe (BIU) and analyze the distribution of the Big Bang and the Big Universe. We find that the Big Bang is a cosmological epoch and the Big Universe (BIU) is a cosmological epoch. In the latter case, the Big Bang is a cosmological epoch and the Big Universe is a cosmological epoch. We also discuss the Big Bang and Big Universe (BIU) in the face of the detected cosmological epoch. In this case, the Big Bang is a cosmological epoch and the Big Universe is a cosmological epoch.