Researchers at MIT have now proposed a reheating phase that started at the end of space inflation and set the start of the Big Bang to unfold.
According to MIT physicist David Kaiser, reheating transformed the cold matter of cosmic inflation into the hot soup present during the Big Bang.
He said: "The period of reheating after inflation creates the conditions for the Big Bang and in a sense puts the Big Bang in the Big Bang."  "This is the bridge period when all hell breaks loose and matter holds. anything but simple. "
Professor Kaiser and his team simulate the various ways in which matter will hold up at the end of space inflation.