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If Annihilation Were Complete You Would Not Exist

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 28, 2003 13:00:38 UTC

Regarding your comment:

"Yaniru also made an attempt to explain the absence of anti matter as a result of some strange clash, totally ignoring the scientific data which states that the clash of anti matter and matter result in annihilation. "

It is well known in physics and cosmology that there was some matter left over from annihilation, which became the visible matter and dark matter in the unverse. I did not totally ignore anything. You just do not know how to read.

Second point. There is no evidence that the universe is infinite. Whereas the background microwave radiation is evidence of a big bang.

Here is another stupid statement by Paul Morgan:

"From our best observations it would appear that the current expansion is between 10 and 15 billion years old. But no serious attempt has been made to see if this is merely a local expansion, mainly because telescopes aren't powerful enough. ""

It has nothing to do with the power of our telescopes. The extent of the universe cannot be seen for one of two reasons:
1. The universe is so young that we cannot see beyond 15 billion light-years because light did not exist then. That is the best evidence for a created universe.
2. Even if the universe were not created, we could not see beyond 20 billion light-years because at that distance the universe is expanding at a velocity that is beyond the speed of light. Light emitted from that distance can never reach us. Therefore there is no way that we can determine if the universe is bigger than that distance, even if it is.

So the universe could be infinite. But there is no way that we can know that, regardless of the power of our telescopes.
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Apparently you are not aware of Dark energy since you are using Hoyle's old argument. I suggest you read up on Dark Energy before making any more remarks about omega. You are showing your ignorance.
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But worse thing of all is that you are mixing up good science with creationism. That is playing right into their hands.



yanniru

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