There was no thing that exploded to produce the Big Bang.<quoted text>
Explain your myth.
Time, matter, energy, space & everything else is 13.7 billion years old.
There is not one thing in our universe older then that. What exploded 13.7 billion years ago and where did it come from.
All meaningless questions. Causality only applies when there is time, which only exists (in this scenraio) from 13.7 billion years ago forward. There was no thing that the universe came from because there was no thing before it. The rate of expansion (how slow did it explode) is determined from the density of matter and energy at any time.Why did it explode? Where did it come from? How slow was the explosion? And where did it come from?
Finally, the Big Bang *was not an explosion*. It is not matter flying through space as a shock wave. It is/was ALL of space expanding with the matter and energy coming along for the ride.
Nobody claims that a 'complete void exploded'. There was no time when there was a 'complete void'. So you can stop asking this question.A complete void of everything cannot explode and create everything. It's impossible. It goes against all the laws of physics. Was it magic? Where did it come from?
If time began 13.7 billion years ago, then causality also started then. So asking for a cause is illogical.