The Big Bang Could Have Been a Little Bang Say Scientists

NEW MEXICO - USA - Astrophysicists working at the Nermil Observatory Station have come up with an amazing theory that could revolutionise how we see our universe.

“Actually looking through the data we have collated since the 1970s, we can now see that the Big Bang was more of a little puff of galactic burpage. Like the universe expanded out at low velocity from a very mild bang. If you ever heard a bubble gum burst it would be quieter than that, but slightly louder than a faint hand clap. Oh wait, there’s no sound in space, scratch that analogy. There would have been a faint smoky light, not more than that emitted from a tiny birthday cake candle. That’s what I meant,” professor Ernest Winklebottom, told a group of scientists at this year’s annual Science Symposium.

According to the standard theory, our universe sprang into existence with a “Big Bang” around 13.7 billion years ago. We now know that the Big Bang was like a tiny puff of smoke and the universe slowly eased out of that little whiff like a spoonful of jam flopping on the floor with an unremarkable splat.