Physicist: Big Bang not the only big bang

Physicist Neil Turok doesn't want you to get too attached to this universe. There will be others.

Cambridge University mathematical physicist and cosmologist Neil Turok says the Big Bang is nice, but "our" Big Bang is only one in an infinite series of expansions and contractions. He theorizes that the universe and time have no beginning and no ending.

Read the interview on Wired to find out more detail:"Physicist Neil Turok: Big Bang Wasn't the Beginning"

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