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Isn't The Big Bang Completely In Gross Contradiction...

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Posted by Rich on November 3, 2000 03:16:12 UTC

with the second law of thermodynamics?
It all started with a singularity and then it explodes. Now this explosion led to unthinkable temperatures and massive chaos, but isn't a singularity chaos incarnant?

Once again to set the record straight, I believe the big bang occured, but I question the details.

Any comments on this one?

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