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Evidence Is Scarce

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Posted by eventhorizen on August 20, 2003 22:43:15 UTC

There is no evidence that a big bang ever occurred.
There is only theory upon theory.

Man tends to simplify and at the same time imagine
historical events when he knows not the explanation. The big bang falls perfectly into this category. It is the ultimate guess.

Theories of the origins of the universe change quickly. Yesterdays fact becomes todays fiction.

Thats not to say though, that the big bang did not occurr. It very well might have for lack of a more factual explanation. If it did happen then I agree, some reaction or outside force had to make the medium possible for such huge event.

The reality for us is something much smarter and wise put the elements and or energy in place for the birth of the universe and the beginning of time.

But then again if there was no space and there was no motion, before the big theoretical big bang, then there was no time ,because time is impossible without motion. So how then did the first motion occurr?

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