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Posted by Paul on October 22, 2003 22:16:53 UTC

What the heck started it all then?

In your above post you say that Energy and Space are created after the Big Bang. How can something come from nowhere, explode (or release), then create this entire universe and all the energy within it?

If 30 Billion years ago there was nothing, than today there must be nothing as well. You can not get something from nothing. If you say it all started with the Big Bang, than there must have existed something in order to set off the entire process.


I am not saying you are wrong,I just need clarification.

Paul

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