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Re: The Omega Problem

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Posted by Alexander on February 3, 2001 05:06:04 UTC

How can you claim that GR (General relativity) is incorrect? Do you understand how general relativity works to make such a claim?

In times when GPS system works correctly ONLY if GR is correct, and the speed of gravity has been confirmed to be equal to c to 1% accuracy, this statement is way immature, similar to saying that Newton's gravitation theory F=GMm/R^2 is incorrect.

About omega. You forgot that after annihilation there were plenty of radiation around with the mass exactly equal to the mass of annihilated matter. So total mass/energy of Universe did not change during Big Bang, and omega was likely to be 1 always.

So, there is no need to search for missing mass - it all there.

Thus no need to bother professors or try to resurrect creationism.

But, of course, you can publish paper(s) in theological magazine(s) - they welcome anything in favor.

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