How many seconds has it been since the Big Bang?
The question is fun, and it would be fun to calculate. But the answer would have no meaning at all, because the question suggests a level of precision that the answer can't possibly have. We would have to be able to accurately identify the time of the event to at least the nearest second, which is impossible. Also, any estimate of the number of seconds would not be reported to that degree of accuracy, so converting back to the units you started with would be called for. Not only can we get no closer than billions of years, we are not even certain beyond doubt that it happened. The question is a little like asking 'How many cubic centimeters of water are there on Earth?' We cannot know the answer to the level of accuracy that 'cubic centimeter' suggests. I think about 473,040,000,000,000,000 seconds. Multiply 15 billion years by 365, then 24, then 60, then 60 again and you'll have it.
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We can look back about 15 billion light years which gets us near the big bang but since the bang was surely omnidirectional there is a second half of the universe we will never see right?
Answer . sorry. Try this, we (the parts (atoms ... particles) that make us up) were all a part of the bang. in a sense we're still inside it ... or its residue. Everything we can see is big bang. and the latest guess is 13.7 billion years. . ANSWER: . First of two assumptions, is that the…re is a they on the other side of the universe. The second assumption. Imagine one drop of rain falling in the middle of the Pacific ocean. Just one drop of rain. No waves or wind. Will there be a crashing wave on the west coast of the US. Will the people in Siberia even notice it. The big bang, when in relation to infinity, would be almost as imperceptable.. Answer: . Thanks to the work of scientists Penzias and Wilson (1965) using the Bell Laboratories Holmdell and Horn Radio Telescope in New Jersey, the result of the explosion commonly called the Big Bang is detectable, and is detectable at the same temperature no matter what direction we look for it. Penzias and Wison were working on communications development. They first thought that their finding was an anomaly, and they even cleaned out their equipment, thinking it might have been caused by bird droppings and dirt that had accumulated inside it! It became clear what was happening when they communicated with others who were working on the Big Bang. We can search "to the edge" in any direction we choose, and so we can explore every part of the universe without having to leave a half of it as unobservable. ( Full Answer )
well my mother has been off work for a couple of days so about 25 :)
Long Answer: Nobody knows. Humans didn't exist since the Earth began and we didn't start to think about that until thousands of years into our evolution. It is impossible to know how many seconds because the number would be so long it would stretch the entire planet of Jupiter 600,000,000,000,000,…000,000,000,000 times. No exaggeration. Short answer: nobody could ever know. Well, there are 60 seconds in a minute. There are 60 minutes in an hour. 60 times 60 is 3600. There are 24 hours in a day. 3,600 times 24 is 86,400. There are 365 days in a year. 86400 times 365 is 31,536,000. The Earth has been around for 4,600,000,000 years. 4,600,000,000 divided by 4 (to account for leap years) is 1,150,000,000. 366 times 86,400 is 31,622,400. 1,150,000,000 times 31,622,400 is 36,365,760,000,000,000. 4,600,000,000 minus 1,150,000,000 is 3,450,000,000. 3,450,000,000 times 31,536,000 is 108,799,200,000,000,000. 108,799,200,000,000,000 plus 36,365,760,000,000,000 is 145,164,960,000,000,000. So we can assume that plus or minus some few trillion, the Earth has been around for about 145,164,960,000,000,000 seconds. That is a lot of seconds. =D all a lie (^_^) ( Full Answer )
Probably yes. space has always been there. we have not.. I cannot prove it and neither can the smartest scientist on the world. or even mars can prove it.. But i gues sthey are
actually, no! The Big Bang is just the event that created the universe. It couldn't have made a sound, because sound didn't exist back then.. Answer. No, in space, sound cannot be heard. If you popped a bomb into space, you wouldn't hear the explosion. That is because their are too few atoms to ji…ggle, transmitting the sound to your ear.. And at the beginning of the Universe, there were no atoms to jiggle and no space to jiggle in. So the answer is NO, doubly so.. Also, the Big Bang was not really an explosion, simply an explosive expansion of spacetime. So the answer is NO, no bang was made by the Big Bang, triply so. ( Full Answer )
The "big bang" predated the Earth by about 8 billion years. The biggest bang that the Earth had was with a sister planet about 4.7 billion years ago which resulted in the formation of the moon (and the rotation of the Earth - i.e. day and night).
The "big bang" is still a theory and there are currently many problems with it. A couple examples? The 2nd law of thermodynamics and the law of causality do not allow for such an event. However, if we are to assume the big bang true then it would be hard to say. Some questions you'd first have to… answer would be: . How fast is the universe expanding? . Has this speed always been constant? . How long ago was the big bang? . What is the current size of the universe? . How many millionths of a second? . Even with assumptions (as with carbon dating); it would probably take many years of computer power to regress back to this time using all the presumptuous data. Any claim of the size of the universe millionths of seconds after the big bang is just a lie that the media is using for whatever reason. Most likely, social control... ( Full Answer )
They've gone up. They didn't have much choice, since before the Big Bang there was none at all.
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As of December 2012, GD has 8 known tattoos so far. His first tattoo is one that says, "Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die" and it extends from his back to over his right shoulder. He also has one on his right forearm that says "Vita Dolce" and one on his left forearm that says "Moderato." Vita dulc…e literally translates as life sweet and moderato is a piano term for moderate. So together his forearm tattoos say "Moderate Sweet Life." GD explains this as "living a sweet life moderately." GD added two tattoos to his original 3 in mid 2011. His fourth tattoo is a famous icon by Keith Hering. It appears to be an animated heart with four legs walking on a street, and is below his Vita Dulce tattoo on his right forearm. His fifth tattoo is a Dragon Ball with 8 stars from the famous Dragon Ball Z series. That is over his left arm pit. After Big Bang's 2012 BIG SHOW GD was spotted with an additional 2 tattoos. One says "Forever Young" and it is going down his right side. The other says "Mind Control" and it is on his rib cage underneath his left pec. GD also added an additional tattoo around September 2012. This tattoo features two Xs over his naval as to appear to be a face, XoX. This tattoo was seen as early as in his Crayon music video and was confirmed to be true in its third public appearance during the 2012 Big Bang MAMA performance. That totals 8 tattoos . ( Full Answer )
if there are 60 seconds in a day, multiply that by 24 and you get 1440 seconds in a year. then multiply 1440 by 2009 because that is the current year and you get 2,892,960. so, so far there has been less than 2,892,060 seconds so far. But this kid doesn't know how many seconds are in a day. So no on…e really knows. I can Fly! ( Full Answer )
No; at first there was only a superhot gas; it took millions of years to cool down (due to the expansion) and form galaxies and stars. Stars are formed because of gravity pulling heydrogen and helium that is sread throughout the universe they then start to fuse giving of imense amounts of heat, ene…rgy and light. the fusion of hydrogen and helium also creates every other natural element. ( Full Answer )
Actually there is only one element that was formed shortly after the big bang and that is hydrogen. All the other elements were made either by nuclear reactions taking place in the core of burning stars, or by the catastrophic explosion called supernovas that are sometimes produced when stars die.- …This is from a highly credible source (book) ( Full Answer )
Currently, The Big Bang Theory is in it's fourth season, in 2010. In years, It started in 2007, and is still around today.
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As of December 2014, The Big Bang Theory is currently in the middleof it's 8th season and is under contract for renewal at leastthrough season 10.
4, and they have been nominated for one more. But that was just the cast and crew and show. 9, if you count everybody. Plus the 10th is pending. It was mainly Jim Parsons winning them, but Kaley Cuoco won 1. Jim is playing as Sheldon, and Kaley is playing as Penny. Jim has won four times, and Kaley …won once. The show has won 4, yet possibly 5. They have been Nominated and lost 34 times, and they have been nominated and lost or won 44 times, and they have been Nominated with no results making it 45. ( Full Answer )
The eleventh season began in September 2017 & it will returnfor a twelfth season in September 2018. If it gets renewed after that is unknown & probably won't beannounced until CBS' upfronts in March 2019.
The Christchurch earthquake was of 7.1 magnitude, and since then there have been 11 aftershocks over 5.0, and 135 over 4.0. Allegedly 1894 total, but the magnitude is not stated, but that must be 3.0 or 3.5.
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She broke her leg... apparently the shows going to have a break while they figure out what to do about that I miss Penny :(
Kaley broke her leg in a horse riding accident. Her horse was spooked and went to get away from her and stepped on her leg. She was written out of 2 episodes.
It depends, because some might say 'scientists'. But not all scientists believe in this theory. Also, there are those who believe in a similar idea to the Big Bang, but it is not refered to as 'The Big Band Theory.'
No - That is a premise of the Steady State Theory. Rather the universe has been undergoing an evolutionary expansion in which the actual environmental state of the universe is ever changing. The interpretation of observational evidence from the detection of deep space radiations have provided us a w…indow into the past; wherein the universe of the CMBR barrier demonstrates that the universe was once just a soup of hot dense plasma. (See related question below for more information.) ( Full Answer )
Based on presently known evidence, we have no reason to think the Big Bang has occurred more than once.
Right after the big bang happened, the universe was expanding at a speed of light. While it was expanding, it started to cool itself down since the big bang caused the universe to heat up to ridiculous temperature.
At this point in our understanding of our Universe, it is impossible to say. Since we have no idea why there was the Big Bang that resulted in our being here, we have even less idea on whether there will -- or even can -- be another one. If we wait another trillion years, we might have a better idea… on the ultimate fate of our Universe. ( Full Answer )
First of all, the Big Bang was NOT an explosion; certainly not an explosion of dense matter into empty space. Secondly, all observational evidence points to the expansion having begun about 13.7 billion years ago.
As of 21st of May 2011 there are 87 episodes of The Big Bang Theory spread across 4 seasons.
There is a good graphic of the timeline for the Big Bang under Graphical Timeline of the Big Bang in wikipedia.org. This suggests the atoms started to become common about 380 000 years after the Big Bang started. But some atoms (famously carbon) require extreme temperatures and need those temp…eratures to remain for some (short) time to form the element. The nucleosysnthesis of Carbon requires three Helium nuclei to simultaneously collide and remain so, for carbon to form. Read the articles on Big Bang , (BB) and Carbon nucleosysthesis or triple alpha process for more detail. So carbon formation (for example) had to wait for a supernova to produce the necessary temperatures and for sufficiently long, for the process to occur. So our Solar system is a third generation system. 1st generation, the BB. 2nd generation, condensation of stars and the formation leading to a super nova. 3rd generation, new star systems form, gathering up the debris from the nova explosion. (That's us). ( Full Answer )
Depends on how you count times that a "proof" has been made. That our Universe came into existence about 13.7 billion years ago, and has been expanding at a farily steady rate ever since, is supported by every scientific test that has been devised to negate this hypothesis. Depending on how you cou…nt a "proof," that is quite a few of them. ( Full Answer )
The Big Bang Theory premeired on September 24, 2007. It has been ontv for 7 years.
As of 14th October 2013, there are 7 Seasons and 138 episodes of The Big Bang Theory.
While there are many theories introduced to explain the cosmology of the universe, the consideration of newly introduce theories related to the Big Bang Theory is a very subjective. Perhaps this has something to do with what has been taught in a classroom setting.
From data extracted within our small portion of the observable universe, the conjecture is that the universe has been expanding about 13.7 billion years. The size of the observable universe is calculated upon the comoving distance (or current proper cosmological distance) to particles from the …CosmicMicrowave Background Radiation (CMBR), which encompasses a fourth dimensional area with a diameter of about 28 billion parsecs (or about 93 billion light years). Therefore, presupposing a universal centricity, it can then be said that the observable universe has expanded about 14.3 billion parsecs (or about 46.6 billion light years).. Note: As the term "far" implies distance, this is an unknowable quantity for the actual universe at large. The actual universe has been evolving and expanding from the considered condition of a singularity toward an unfolding of the SpaceTime continuum. The reality of our existence is based within a traditional fourth dimensional perspective of the observable universe, and it is unknown if this unfolding of the SpaceTime continuum is farther along than we are able to perceive. ( Full Answer )
The quark-gluon plasma that composes the universe cools until hadrons, including baryons such as protons and neutrons, can form. At approximately 1 second after the Big Bang neutrinos decouple and begin traveling freely through space. This cosmic neutrino background, while unlikely to ever be observ…ed in detail, is analogous to the cosmic microwave background that was emitted much later. The majority of hadrons and anti-hadrons annihilate each other at the end of the hadron epoch, leaving leptons and anti-leptons dominating the mass of the universe. Approximately 10 seconds after the Big Bang the temperature of the universe falls to the point at which new lepton/anti-lepton pairs are no longer created and most leptons and anti-leptons are eliminated in annihilation reactions, leaving a small residue of leptons. [ Taken from Wikipedia, see link below ] So, to summarize, matter and anti-matter condense out of the quark-gluon plasma, a cosmic neutrino background is created, most matter and anti-matter is annihilated. ( Full Answer )
Actually, a small amount of lithium-7 also had time to form, but this fact doesn't change the basic answer. Because we know three things: 1) the probability (more precisely, the cross-section) of a specific number of protons and neutrons combining together to form an element with atomic number gre…ater than hydrogen. 2) the density of protons and neutrons during these few seconds. 3) the length of time this "soup" of protons and neutrons was in existence. When the calculations are done, the results are that the odds of any element, with an atomic number above that of helium, forming in those few seconds is essentially zero. We can also calculate the expected density of hydrogen-1, deuterium, tritium, helium, and lithium; given the time length at which our Universe was at a specific density. The predicted density of each is consistent with the observed density. Big Bang Cosmology is unique is being able to correctly predict the ratio of primary elements in our Universe. ( Full Answer )
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Difficult to know, since many "big bang theory scientists" come from cultures or nations that are not predominantly Christian. There is no basic reason why scientists cannot be Christian, or Muslim, or Jewish, or Taoist, or Confucianist, or Shintoist, or Animist, or...... At its core, we have …no idea at all what "caused" the Bing Bang. In fact, the first few verses of Genesis are as good a description of the Big Bang as anything; In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. And God said, "Let there be light," and there was light. . ( Full Answer )
Practically all astronomers and physicists accept the Big Bang model, and more specifically, the LCDM model. Outside of the fields of astronomy and physics, acceptance may be a bit less, but still constitutes a vast majority of the scientific community.
Fall 2012 will be season 6 for The Big Bang Theory. First 4 seasons available on DVD. Mark Cendrowski directs most episodes. Producers Chuck Lorre & Bill Prady also created Two & a Half Men
Virtually all matter and anti-matter were annihilated shortly after the universe started expanding. Only a fraction of a percent of all matter survived that annihilation, and virtually no anti-matter.
The universe began at what is called the Planck Era when timewas smallest unit of time which is 1.35 x's 10 -43 of 1 second andlasted until time was 10 -36 second so Planck era was such a shortamount of time 1 /1000000000000000000000000000000000000 of 1 secondthat light only traveled about 1 /100000…000000000000000000000000 of1 foot during Planck Era . At 1.35 x's 10 -43 second temperaturewas 179999999999999999999999999999540.6 degrees Fahrenheit is sameas 179,000,000 trillion trillion is the same as 179 million X'S 1trillion and result X'S 1 trillion degrees F. At time 10 -36 secondthe temperature was 1799999999999999999999999540.6 degrees F issame as 1799 x's 1 trillion and result x's 1 trillion degrees F.There are 5 different "eras" which take place in the first1/millionth of a second after the universe began. I won't explainthem here, look them up on you tube for more information aboutindividual 5 eras that make up total of first 1/million of a secondafter the universe began. During the Planck Era light only travelsabout 1 / 1000000000000000000000000000000000000 of 1 foot becauseit is such a short amount of time. The Inflationary period of big bang universe began at 100 billionx's trillion x' trillion of 1 second after universe began. Duringinflationary period universe expanded from less than size of 1 atom(microscopic) to at least 0.1691201334439385028 of 1 light year indiameter but could be even bigger (this is same as994193907579.7344 miles diameter (1 trillion miles) This expansionperiod began sometime between 10 -35 to 10 -32 second and ended at10 -12 second. The temperature at time big bang began was the sameas I wrote above at time 10 -36 of 1 second. Actual speed of bigbang was exactly3579098067287043840000000000.0000000357909806728704384 miles perhour without partial mile is written as3579098067287043840000000000 miles per hour and ending size wasminimum of 0.1691201334439385028 of 1 light year in diameter. At time 10 -12 second (written 0.000000000001 second) is same as 1trillionth of a second after universe began the temperature was1799999999999540.6 degrees F. At time 10 -6 second (written0.000001 second) is 1 millionth of a second after universe begantemperature was 17999999999540.6 degrees F (Fahrenheit) Written andcorrected by Toby Benedict ( Full Answer )
As of 14th October 2013 , there are 138 episodes of the Big Bang Theory.
because the big bang was caused by erics mom jumping, there would only be one song in which eric screams
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Practically all scientists now agree that studies show that this ishow the present universe started its existence.
The Big Bang did not make Earth. Earth formed roughly 9 billionyears after the Big Bang by a process called accretion. Thisprocess took roughly 20-30 million years.
In the big bang theory there are eight seasons because of the newseason coming out.
The energy released in a cosmic gamma-ray burst detected in December 1997 is the most energyever detected from an explosion in the Universe , perhaps making it the most powerful explosion sincethe creation of the Universe in the Big Bang . "For about one or two seconds, this burst was as lumino…us as allthe rest of the entire Universe," said Caltech professor GeorgeDjorgovski, one of the two principal investigators on the team fromthe California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA. The burst was detected on Dec. 14, 1997, by the Italian/Dutch BeppoSAX satellite and NASA's ComptonGamma-Ray Observatory satellite. The Compton observatoryprovided detailed measurements of the total brightness of theburst, designated GRB 971214, while BeppoSAX provided its precise location,enabling follow-up observations with ground-based telescopes andNASA's Hubble Space Telescope. "The energy released by this burst in its first few secondsstaggers the imagination," said Caltech professor ShrinivasKulkarni, the other principal investigator on the team. The burst appears to have released several hundred times moreenergy than an exploding star called a supernova , which until now was the most energetic knownphenomenon in the Universe. Finding such a large energy releaseover such a brief period of time is unprecedented in astronomy , except for the Big Bang itself. "In a region about a hundred miles across, the burst createdconditions like those in the early Universe, about one milli second (1/1,000 of a second) after the Big Bang," saidDjorgovski. This large amount of energy was a surprise to astronomers. "Most ofthe theoretical models proposed to explain these bursts cannotexplain this much energy," said Kulkarni. "However, there arerecent models, involving rotating black holes , which can work. On the other hand, this is such anextreme phenomenon that it is possible we are dealing withsomething completely unanticipated and even more exotic." Gamma-ray bursts are mysterious flashes of high-energy radiationthat appear from random directions in space and typically last afew seconds. They were first discovered by U.S. Air Force Vela satellites in the 1960s. Since then, numerous theories of theirorigin have been proposed, but the causes of gamma-ray burstsremain unknown. The Compton Observatory has detected severalthousand bursts so far. The principal limitation in understanding the bursts was thedifficulty in pinpointing their direction on the sky. Unlikevisible light , gamma-rays are exceedingly difficult to observe with atelescope, and the bursts' short durations exacerbate the problem.With BeppoSAX, scientists now have a tool to localize the bursts onthe celestial sphere with sufficient precision to permit follow-upobservations with the world's most powerful ground-basedtelescopes. This breakthrough led to the discovery of long-lived "afterglows"of bursts in X-rays , visible and infrared light, and radio waves. While gamma-ray bursts last only a few seconds,their afterglows can be studied for several months. Study of theafterglows indicated that the bursts do not originate within ourown Milky Way Galaxy, but rather are associated with extremelydistant galaxies . The faint galaxy from which GRB 971214 originated isestimated to be about 12 billion light years from the Earth. The galaxy is about as faint as anordinary 100 watt light bulb would be as seen from a distance of amillion miles. From the distance and the observed brightness of the burst,astronomers derived the amount of energy released in the flash.Although the burst lasted approximately 50 seconds, the energyreleased was hundreds of times larger than the energy given out insupernova explosions, and it is about equal to the amount of energy radiated by our entire Galaxy over a period of a couple ofcenturies. Scientists say it is possible that other forms ofradiation from the burst, such as neutrinos or gravity waves, which are extremely difficult to detect, carried a hundredtimes more energy than that. The cause of the observed explosion is unknown. Scientists haveseveral models, such as a neutron star falling into a black hole (see the movie below) ortwo black holes colliding, which may account for such an explosion.However, only future, better observations will permit researchersto choose among competing theories for the origin of gamma-raybursts. ( Full Answer )