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Re: Before The Big Bang

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Posted by Matt Abbott/">Matt Abbott on May 15, 1998 20:37:57 UTC

That's obsurd. Even if he did do the math to "prove" the Big Bang, it still doesn't prove that something arose from nothing. There is no way we can take nothing and suddenly turn it into a beautiful universe. I bet this professor (not Kaku whom I greatly respect) does a lot of beating-around-the-bush in his book/articles. The big Bang may be true, but wher did this exploded ball of GAS come from? You cannot get something from nothing no matter how many times you add 1 + 1.

Matt Abbott

: : : : on Art Bell Show this morning theoretical physicist from CUNY named Michio Kaku said there is now a theory on what happened prior to big bang.....he said the big bang came out of "nothing" and that there is a physicist who has done the mathematics to prove this....he said theoretically you could initiate a big bang in your basement however it would be the equivalent of an H bomb.....he compared the big bang to the bubbles that occur when you boil water.....he said these big bangs are going on all the time all over the universe

: : Actually, I read about this in a book not relating : : to Kaku. The theory of big bang from nothing : : is based on the uncertainty theory.

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