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Re: Big Bang Opinions......

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Posted by JNAN R. SAHA/">JNAN R. SAHA on May 30, 1997 15:31:19 UTC

: Hello everyone. Please tell me your opinion on the Big Bang theory. IN MY OPINION BIG BANG COULD NOT OCCUR IF BLACK HOLE SINGULARITY IS ASSUMED AND RADIUS (EVENT HORIZON) CALCULATED BY SCHWARZCHILD EQN R=2GM/C**2. ASSUMING MASS OF UNIVERSE 10**56 GMS AND USING THIS EQUATION, THE EVENT HORIZON IS MORE THAN 10 BILLION LIGHT YEARS. UNDER THIS SCENARIO MATTER COULD NOT ESCAPE BEYOND EVENT HORIZON. IF SINGULARITY IS NOT INSISTED, BIG BANG POSSIBLE, I WILL EXPLAIN IN THE FOLLOWUPS

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