Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
February 1, 2021
Inflation theory, false vacuum, singularity, general relativity, CPH Theory
When the inability of the Big Bang theory to explain cosmic realities became apparent, physicists tried to come up with a theory that would address the weaknesses of the Big Bang theory. Then the theory of cosmic inflation was proposed. In the theory of cosmic inflation, the false vacuum caused the universe to expand exponentially in a very small fraction of the first second after the Big Bang. Cosmic inflation theory cannot explain how inflation began and why it ended. In addition, general relativity and quantum mechanics cannot provide an accurate definition of singularity. In this article, by examining the theory of cosmic inflation and providing a precise definition of singularity, using the CPH theory, by reviewing the Friedman equation, the exponential function that caused the cosmic inflation is presented. And it shows why inflation started and how it ended.