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Posted by seggo on March 10, 2010 11:38:47 UTC

Hi, firstly let me state i am a layman, therefore will need any responses in those terms, if you may....

My question is, and this is something i have never heard anyone ask before...

If there was nothing before the big bang, and that the big bang was created by gasses combusting, where did the gasses come from? also, the term 'nothing' also confuses me, as i beleive there is always something...

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