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Re: Before The Big Bang

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Posted by Larry Falzitto/">Larry Falzitto on July 2, 1999 14:18:22 UTC

: : : on Art Bell Show this morning theoretical physicist from CUNY named Michio Kaku said there is now a theory on what happened prior to big bang.....he said the big bang came out of "nothing" and that there is a physicist who has done the mathematics to prove this....he said theoretically you could initiate a big bang in your basement however it would be the equivalent of an H bomb.....he compared the big bang to the bubbles that occur when you boil water.....he said these big bangs are going on all the time all over the universe

: : Hmm... the Big Bang coming from "nothing"? How could all of the matter in the Universe have come from "nothing"? How would get anything from "nothing"? Correct me if I am wrong, but that contradicts the definition of "nothing"!

: :THIS IS AN INTERESTING TOPIC AND I WANT TO LEARN MORE..DETAILS..PICTURES, ECT....

Congradulations! A universe being created out of NOTHING. .. .but then isn't that what the Bible has been stating for thousands of years?

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