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The Big Bang occurred roughly 14 billion years ago and is the agreed upon point where our physical history begins. A singularity of immense density exploded with enough force and matter to seed the nothing with the beginnings of the universe. Hot gasses, particles, atoms, and energy were ejected outward from a single point…

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