Posted: Mar 09, 2020 7:51 pm
by Nevets
newolder wrote:

You are using the word "theory" incorrectly here. There is a big bang theory of nucleogenesis that uses some aspects of quantum theory to calculate the relative abundances of the primordial elements Hydrogen, Helium and Lithium and that match observation but there remains the problem of how matter, as opposed to anti-matter, survived the hot dense phase. The "creation of the bang' is prior to this (at times earlier than the Planck time, ~ 10-43 seconds) and is an open field of research with no scientific consensus as of today.

If you wish to elaborate on what my definition of Science theory is, please do.
But you are assuming too much.

Also, i would say more than Quantum Mechanics being more predominant in trying to understand how matter survived the hot period, they would be more predominant in trying to understand how matter came in to being in the first place.

For this, they study sub-atomic particles.