Gamertag: KSI Kalakoi 77 Division: Wicked Destruction
In the beginning there was nothing. Until that nothing realized it was something because what is nothing without something to compare it to and then became everything. But everything, all the energy in the known universe, existed in a space too small to even begin to describe. More energy than one could even imagine packed into an area smaller than a single pixel on whatever device you’re reading this on. Nothing, or rather, everything could not exist in this singularity forever. Thus began the great expansion, the Big Bang, which promptly finished faster than you could read this sentence. This, in turn, released all this energy as photons throughout the newly created universe. But how does mass come from the mass-less, pure energy of photons? Someone much smarter than I once posited that Energy is equal to Mass times the Speed of Light squared. Energy and Mass are directly related but making mass from energy is hard so the only things being formed in the beginning were Electrons and Quarks, the fundamental particles that comprise all known objects in the universe.
To be continued...