Time’s Bang Theory

Ahmed Alsayed


Pre Big Bang phase remains a key to get perfect time’s origin and to determine its creative role, so the aim of this study is to confide time’s mechanism in the universes evolves processes.

Calculations based on Quran data – fourteen centuries ago – of universes evolves phases are the access to have a due theory:

Pre Big Bang evolves period = 91,736,492,148,000 m/s

Big Bang evolves period = 122,315,322,864,000 m/s.

Time occurs in two types; compact at pre Big Bang phase where it begins and multitude at Big Bang phase. Its six fold body structure and its motions mechanism evince universes evolve bifurcation conjunct with time’s develop before and after Bing Bang.

Time’s expansion process in the consequent of clockwise and anti-clock wise of its two body circles motions found to be dominant in whole universes evolve motions. This time’s mechanism which begins in pre Big Bang phase is the essential inducement of Big Bang processes.

Universe Light-Darkness mechanism’s percentage and ratios; which formulate here in a law emphasize time’s building role in addition to its indicating function. The gravity presents here as time’s duty, gives a full idea of universes dynamic pillars, and it is managing universes inner and outer equilibrium; subjectively and aggregatively.

Modeling of a single time’s motion which communized in whole universes actions gives a new   evolves theory; it is Time’s Bang Theory.

Keywords: Time’s begins, phase’s durations, time’s body structure, time’s mechanism, expansion, and evolves specification, universe L-D mechanism, and time’s gravity. 

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