Cosmology and the Origin of Life

Some Important Rules

So what really is a particle? --> Good Question:

Schematic of a proton:

Now it gets really weird: The Universe at times less than 0.0000000000000000000001 seconds.

The uncertainty principle is important as the universe is in a quantum state initially (?)

What this all means is that if quantum mechanics holds at very early times then large energy fluctuations (on which our universe is one) had no choice but to happen.

So, are these quantum fluctuations supposed to evolve and ask questions?

At very early times:

The Electronic Universe Project