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A mathematical why of the Big Bang

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Let Ui be a set of locations of particles of the universe.

U1xU2x ...... xUix ..... a set of infinite paths

(Cartesian product).

this set is equal to the void set by the

negation of the axiom of choice.

So there is no more space containing the particles.

The particles collapse on themselves: Big Crunch.

Then Big Bang.

The Big Bang has taken place thus the negation of the axiom

the choice is likely to considered as a good axiom.

Adib Ben Jebara.

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A mathematical why of the Big Bang

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Let Ui be a set of locations of particles of the universe.

U1xU2x ...... xUix ..... a set of infinite paths

(Cartesian product).

this set is equal to the void set by the

negation of the axiom of choice.

So there is no more space containing the particles.

The particles collapse on themselves: Big Crunch.

Then Big Bang.

The Big Bang has taken place thus the negation of the axiom

the choice is likely to considered as a good axiom.

Adib Ben Jebara.

The Axiom of Choice is a set theoretic axiom (which is independent of the other axioms of ZFC). It has no directed significance with respect to a physical theory of the world.

It is purely mathematical.

ruveyn

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