The cause of the Big Bang
(Conservation Laws of the Universe)
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The most accepted theory regarding the evolution of the universe posits a certain initial state and currently describes the presence of accelerated expansion . However, the structure generating this expansive beginning is still under debate.
All the parts of the universe are energetically related by the atomic interaction of its components (E0), the positions they occupy (Eg) and the motion (Ek) exerted.
In the proposal to show that the Universe cannot have a complete contraction or expansion, but have a maximum, since that the great existing energies are dissipated in massive filaments at maximum contraction, or in extensive space at maximum expansion, with almost null relative massive motions, in the comparison between these states:
[ | – (m0 + m0). c 2 + 2. (M0 – m0). c 2 | = | + (m0 + m0). c 2 – 2. (M0 – m0). c 2 | ] ,
the relativistic energy at rest (E0) was considered, and the typical use of certain relativistic calculations could be discarded  .
The current existence of the universe in motion already generates variation between the energies with a constant volume variation, always in the direction of thermodynamic equilibrium, which is never completely achieved. The total entropy variation is null  .
The variation in position, motion, mass quantity, energy and space, which generates work for expansion, is equivalent to the variation in Eg and E 0 when converted to Ek, and in contrast, in contraction, the total energy is conserved. In nature, nothing is created or lost; everything is transformed .
As any noticeable energy signal is absorbed at the beginning of each cycle, Olbers’ paradox can be disregarded .
This approach is finalized from the perspective of Occam’s razor  or the law of parsimony , where the best explanation should assume the smallest number of premises. However, new complementary studies are necessary.
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