First, I haven't really done any research about this idea I have. It is just the collimation of multiple boring English classes with nothing to do, so I decided to start my own theory.
Now for the actual theory. What I propose is that the before the big bang, neither space nor time existed only energy because matter is needed for space to become something relative and at the speed of light, which energy is at, time is no longer a factor. From here, I thought then, if it was all energy, how did the big bang get jump started. My solution was the constructive and destructive interference of light waves. Before the Big Bang, all the energy was constructively and destructively interfering to form larger and smaller amplitude waves. This goes on randomly until, upon extremely random chance, all the energy that consists of the known universe constructively interferes and causes the wavelength to nearly go to 0 and the amplitude to shoot up to infinity. Then, the wave-packet form of light would just because solid due to the waves or packets becoming infinitely large and thus turn into matter. Light going to matter would be possible because of the concept of the conservation of energy and in actually, we could consider matter to just be energy with a wavelength of zero and an amplitude of infinity. All in all, I really haven't found anything to help me substantiate or debunk my idea. Very curious to see what everyone has to say about this. Thanks!