Yes you can, there are several theories, science is now daring to consider before the event, they now have form of mathematics invented by Dr Param Singh to allow them to do this which allows the for the infinities of the atomic world we know and the quantum world.<quoted text>
Well, that's not what Cosmologistes started to teach from the time the big bang was theorized. But rather that the big bang was the origin of the universe. In that case, it was not eternal. You can't have both ways. Either the universe is eternal or it began with the big bang. That's a nut that's gonna prove hard to crack. To take the universe as eternal, the big bang will prove to be a myth as a result of folly. To accept that it had a beginning, you will be agreeing with the Bible that says so for thousands of years. How is gonna be?
The theory of Dr Laua Mersini-Houghton allows for the previously unexplainable phenomena that plagued cosmologist to be explained.
Professor Niel Turok, director of the foremost seat of theoretical physics says,“What banged?” Answer: Instead of the universe inexplicably springing into existence from a mysterious `initial singularity’, the Big Bang was a collision between two universes like ours existing as parallel `membranes’ floating in a higher-dimensional space
Because of these works people like the famous and respected Professor Sir Roger Penrose has changed his mind about the Big Bang. He now imagines an eternal cycle of expanding universes where matter becomes energy and back again in the birth of new universes and so on and so on.