Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
January 9, 2022
Wave Function, Field Excitation, Big Bang, Gravitational Singularity, Telescope, Cosmic Inflation, Sub-quantum energy
Ever since the earth was thought to be the center of the universe to this day which humans will deploy the James Webb Telescope at the equilibrium point between Earth and the Sun to better understand the universe, man has gone through a tumultuous path of belief and science to know and explain the universe. But cosmology in its scientific sense has been started when Galileo looked at the sky by his telescope, and man's beliefs about the planets and the sun were shaken. At the beginning of the twentieth century, mathematical equations were first used to explain the universe. In the 1920s, it was thought that the compatibility of cosmic equations and observations could provide scientific answers to cosmological questions. It gradually became clear that if this consistency exists at the macro level, there are still problems in the details whose answers are more doctrinal than scientific. Today, scientists hope that deeper observations by the James Webb Telescope could help solve some cosmological problems. But until we find a scientific and accurate explanation for these problems in the foundation of physics, it seems impossible to solve them.