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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 13, 2002 13:06:53 UTC

***It would stand to reason if there was a “Big Bang” it would give off enough energy you would see its reflection.
A quasar would seem to match the expected results from a “Big Bang” wouldn’t you agree?

The big bang includes all space. Therefore it does not have a location in our space. It happened everywhere in our space.

Therefore we cannot point to a point in space and say that that was the big bang. The light from the big bang is seen in every direction. And it is detected today in the microwave region, in every direction.

So I do not agree


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