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Posted by Keith N. Tullis on May 28, 2004 18:22:20 UTC

It' difficult at best to fully deduct what you mean here. The planets as well as everything else in the solar system and the universe have the values they do "Exactly" because of the theorys set forth by Einstein. You make religious implications in your posts. Implications that convey that "all but your choice" is correct. Not only is this "not the forum for that" but it's "very bold" to think that any one religion out of about 1400 practiced on this planet is the only correct one. If your wrong, which is apx 1400 to 1 odds against you, then you will end up in whatever your religion refers to as hell.
Now back to the "Big Bang" topic of this thread. Oh yea, you were on a different subject, which should be somewhere besides here. Your sudden realization that (generaly) the planets increase in size is not some epiphany it's just the way things happened. Things are as they are because of the way they were. And it seems you left out pluto as a planet. It (Pluto) therefore breaks the size progression you pointed out.
You need to offer us all some concrete evidence that flys in the face of Einstein's equations. The positions, volocitys, mass & energys of everything involved in the universe is governed by the "Weak Force" Gravity, which affects us in the macro world. And the "Strong Force", Gravity as well, binds the nuculie together with their electrons giving us a stable universe in the quantum sense. For without it everything would simply fall apart.
Now, if we can, can we morph this thread back to the big bang topic. I'm sure all here would like to talk about things related to the big bang when they click on the topic "Big Bang."
The emtey universe, before there was matter was a funtional system with energy. How 'bout that? Would anyone like to think about that and comment. You must realize that before there was matter, there was energy in an emtey void. There could be no gravity without mass.
Any "constructive" comments?
"After all is said and done, "Gravity Rules."

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