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Old 04-18-2004, 07:46 PM
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Look, this is what I think, which is pretty much what everyone thinks, the Big Bang. Based on what I've read, it was caused by a prymary atom that exploded, I don't know how it got there or how it exploded, no one knows. The explosion created a lot of matter ( dust and other particles ) which were pushed away from the place where it exploded, leaving all nebulas ready to form stars and planets. The explosion was so immense, it's still in effect, scientists have noticed that the galaxies are moving away from each other, crushing all chances of contraction. For now, that is all we know, and the Big Bang theory is the most accurate. Now how the atom got there in the first place, we don't know, and most people choose to base its existence on religion, like it was created by God, which is my belief.
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The big ban theory boggles my mind to the max. It makes since if we knew where the big bang matter came from?

But if the universe is indeed expanding, what is it expanding into???? A large room? A massive rubbermade container? Is it possible to exit the universe? Why couldn't there be other universes? Wouldn't it just have been as easy not to have a universe? And thats not the half of the questions!

You see this theory proposes an answer to one question. But it opens up a can of worms of other questions. I challenge one to answer those? Maybe science will be able to someday.

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Is it me or does everything has its opposite. What Death is to Life, is a black hole to the Big Bang. Maybe a black hole is only a baby Big Bang, which is eating matter until its "full" and then starts to "trow up". Maybe a black hole get's sooo big it swallows everything in its reach and then starts to devaor it self and when that happens, say hello to the new Big Bang.

I can't prove this....
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Is it me or does everything has its opposite. What Death is to Life, is a black hole to the Big Bang. Maybe a black hole is only a baby Big Bang, which is eating matter until its "full" and then starts to "trow up". Maybe a black hole get's sooo big it swallows everything in its reach and then starts to devaor it self and when that happens, say hello to the new Big Bang.

I can't prove this....
That does make certain since, that the mechanism would have to charge up before it explodes (which I think the Big Bang theory is partially about). But where did the first "food" and "consumer" come from?

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That does make certain since, that the mechanism would have to charge up before it explodes (which I think the Big Bang theory is partially about). But where did the first "food" and "consumer" come from?

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I think I'm going to the Allmighty side of this.

But none the less I think we found a error in Einsteins relativity theory. If what I suggested is true and what you are asking. then it had to come from nowhere and that means energy can be made and lost.
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I think I'm going to the Allmighty side of this.

But none the less I think we found a error in Einsteins relativity theory.
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I doubt you'd find an error that fast in this theory, while hundreds of people who studied for it have tried for years. But meh, we'll know for sure, because Einstein's theory is going to be tested by NASA.

http://www.nasa.gov/missions/solarsy...gpb-parts.html

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What are you calling fast... Some theories are proved false in less then 89 years.
There are still theories which may be proved false in the future, so just learn them now and forget them later.
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What are you calling fast... Some theories are proved false in less then 89 years.
There are still theories which may be proved false in the future, so just learn them now and forget them later.
Meh, I meant that yourconlcusion was concluded really fast. Without real research I mean. But I dunno, maybe you did a whole bunch of research ^^;.
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I think I'm going to the Allmighty side of this.

But none the less I think we found a error in Einsteins relativity theory. If what I suggested is true and what you are asking. then it had to come from nowhere and that means energy can be made and lost.
Yes maybe it can be created from nothing. Or maybe the universe is actually a big fake place and nothing actually exists at all and existence is some cruel joke. How do I know that I'm not the only one that exists and that everyone esle is not real

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Meh, I meant that yourconlcusion was concluded really fast. Without real research I mean. But I dunno, maybe you did a whole bunch of research ^^;.
No research, just used my peanut-sized brain.
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