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Posted by Bennett Wilson on August 10, 2008 02:18:14 UTC

There is far too much information on this subject to place in an online forum of any sorts. Indeed it spans many volumes and continues to grow everyday.

My suggestion to you would be to look at the work of Halton C. Arp, Fred Hoyle, Geoffry Burbidge, and Eric Learner. They come from a wide spectrum of the astronomical community and know much more than I do about the subject.

The long and sort is that there is no need for the Big Bang theory or Hubble's Law or any of the newer theories involving dark matter and dark energy.

Read their work, it will give you a whole new perspective on our universe!

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