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Could We Jsut Be Teh Begining?

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Posted by MIchael on July 9, 2004 03:31:01 UTC

Ive always wondered if we could be the begining of the universe. In an explosion there is a time when the explosiong explands rapidly and excelerates then finally it slows down and stops. after this some other force deterimnes the resulting effects of whats left of teh explosion. Now if the big bang is liek any explosion and astronomical time bing what it is verry big. couldnt we jsut be at the begining of the explosion and that would make sense of the expandng universe and increasing rate. No one can truly say for sure what is right or wrong about the big bang and how long it should last or when it began etc.... the onl;y thing i can think of that conflicts with my idea and what makes me always rebuke it is that the universe is 3 kelvin and in the peirod of explosion im talking about its generally verry hot. im trying to get 2nd hand feedback so i can finally get this damin idea gone and away from me. but on teh bright side i think about these things where as the average person cares less. its always good to exercise the brain.

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