Not since the Big Bang.
Your question seems to suggest that you accept the idea of a Big Bang, since you use the term 'Big Bang' as a reference to time.
The concept of infinity also is used in reference to time. unending time.
Time as we perceive it began at the instant of the Big Bang. Along with space. The space we see out there that we call the universe, with all the energy and matter contained in it, which seems to be fated to expanding ever faster with time. Time as we know it.
We think of time as time forward or time back. We seem to think of infinity as time forward. Knowing what we believe to be true of the universe, today, during our time, makes it difficult to think of an infinite time in the past because of our concept of the Big Bang. It is an indelible reference point in our mind when we try to conceive of the universe and its beginning, in time. Time back. But to a point. Not infinitely back. An infinite future time is not so difficult to imagine.
If this time is the only one we can perceive, and we can see that at this time ( a manifestation of space-time), there is all this expanding space with all its energy and mass (again, two manifestations of the same thing), then we must accept the notion that there is something, not nothing. At least since the Big Bang.
The instant of the Big Bang, the beginning of time and space, ended the possibility of an "infinity of nothing". All of a sudden, there is something.
In any discussion of infinity-eternity-everything-nothing one should research the concepts of "dimensionality and branes". Try looking up M-theory.
It does, or it can, suggest an infinity past. It is no less reasonable to theorize a past infinity as it is to theorize a future infinity. We convince ourselves that a future infinity is meaningful while a past infinity is not, but this comes more from the limitations of our minds than anything else. Either way you are talking about an infinitely long stretch of time, with one terminus in time.
True. Any further discussion must surely include the possibility that our universe was born in the 'Big Bang' event, and that the 'Big Bang' itself occurred when two 'branes' collided in a larger 'multiverse' of eleven dimensions. But if you go into that particular discussion, you must discuss gravity and it's strength relative to the other known physical forces, and perhaps the idea that gravity is a force acting within and throughout the 'multiverse' and distributed in some way between all the universes that exist within said 'multiverse. The other thing we don't wanna' discuss here then is the concept of 'time' as it relates to the 'multiverse'. Makes me shudder.
No, infinity is not measurable, so infinity plus infinity is just the same as infinity.
There was nothing before the big bang
infinity - 1 = number before infinity
No - Nothing existed before 'Biblical Times' except God.
Infinity itself isn't a number in the conventional sence therefore not only is there everything before it there is nothing Ie. If 10,000 were the value of infinity I could add 1 to it and that would become infinity so unless somebody finds the point at which numbers stop ascending there will never be a value before infinity, find ding that point is impossible because as I have said before if you pick a number you can always add 1 to it.
If you believe in creation, you understand that nothing existed, not even the Nile River, before Creation.
Nothing. He died long before Google ever existed.
Nothing. They were centuries before anyone knew North America existed
Infinity is an imaginary number so if you meant the previous whole number to infinity it would be expressed as infinity minus one. If you meant the highest number possible before reaching infinity is would be: infinity - 1/infinity
Negative infinity plus one.
type in world's largest number under infinity and there is the answer
Nobody did. Neutrons have always existed. Earnest Rutherford suggest neutrons might exist about 11 years before their existence was proven.
Chaos was the personification of the nothing that existed before the Universe. Aside from being represented in the feminine, she had no personality to speak of because she was literally nothing.
No. The sun exists as inside the universe and was created after the big bang. Nothing (that we know of) existed before the universe.
Jesus Christ existed before Lucifer was created, but Lucifer existed before Jesus was incarnated.
No. Because infinity is not actually a number, but rather an indication of a limitless amount, it is mathematically impossible to count to infinity.
No, sugar did not cause slavery. Slavery existed long before the United States existed, or the Americas were discovered by Europeans. In fact, slavery existed long before the European countries existed.
There is actually no such thing as infinity, the numbers go on forever..........................and ever....................................:0
Nothing. Most studies suggest that sexual orientation is fixed before birth and there is no way of changing this.
Prior to the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago, NOTHING existed -- not even space itself! There certainly weren't any protons, or atoms, or stars -- let alone collections of stars.
The rock that existed before it is changed into a metamorphic rock is called a protolith.
Harpsichord was before the piano.
no such country existed before