I apologize if this has already been discussed here:
I've never been comfortable with the idea of a beginning to the universe as has proposed by proponents of the big bang theory such as Steven Hawking. For one thing, such theories require us to believe that something can be created from nothing. I find it easier to accept the concept of infinity than to believe that something can be created out of nothing.
So I find this new cosmological model of the universe to be much more satisfying:
"Motivated by the model's potential to resolve the Big Bang singularity and account for dark matter and dark energy, the physicists plan to analyze their model more rigorously in the future. Their future work includes redoing their study while taking into account small inhomogeneous and anisotropic perturbations, but they do not expect small perturbations to significantly affect the results.
"It is satisfying to note that such straightforward corrections can potentially resolve so many issues at once," Das said.'
This quantum fluid model seems to suggest that the universe has neither a beginning nor an end. It is as it always was and ever shall be, spinning on and on without end. No creator required. Amen.