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Posted by Andy Kidd on October 13, 2002 14:57:34 UTC

those characteristics of the CBR [and there are those that insist the CBR is 'low' (by a factor of about 10) of what it should 'theoretically' be for a big-bang remnant [and this, of course, is not the only 'problem' with the big-bang theory].

Also it seems to me that the subtle 'lumpiness' of the CBR could just be reflecting that much of the matter we see is 'lumpy' [collected into galaxies] and just a result of this combining into a background 'noise' [there's plenty of radioactive stuff in the universe- and it's all over as well].

I'll have to check into it further... at this point i'm still not sure how they can say they 'know' the CBR is from a 'big bang' and i remain unconvinced.

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