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The Real Big Bang

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Posted by Daniel Hershkovitz on November 2, 2006 05:36:52 UTC

The Real Big Bang was a "Great Bang" that started 13.7 billion years ago but not from one point at one second, but from an old nebula and as a process that lasted several million years. Nothing in the universe is starting out of nowhere and at a second of a minute. Think about it.
daniel hershkovitz

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