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Re:Pre Universe => Collapse => Big Bang => Universe => Collapse => Etc....

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Posted by Matt/">Matt on September 23, 1998 18:16:20 UTC

: Is someone willing to discuss the following:

: Once there was nothing. : Then the Big Bang occurd. : Hence it created something from nothing and therefor : the total amount of mass and energy had to be the same : (0). : This is ONLY posible if the amount of mass/energy : equals the amount of anti-mass/energy (+x -x = 0). : Therefor the total mass/energy in the universe = 0.

: If total mass/energy equals 0, the universe is infinite : large (Einstein). And has to be infite since the : Big Bang.

: So the Big Bang never occurd?

Ah! But you're wrong. Before our universe there was another universe that was formed from a Big Bang, expanded , Cooled, Shrank , and then Collapsed. This will be the same for our universe as well as all that follow ours. The universe will continue in this cyclic period for infinity or until God becomes bored and decides to end his little experiment with life. If you don't believe in God then you are more ignorant than an Arts and Crafts teacher, teaching Theoritical Physics. Here's a little proof. If the difference in mass between a proton and neutron were close too zero, or less than 0.5 MeV/c^2, there would be no atoms at all because all electrons would be captured by the protons and not let go. If the universe were even a little different then you would not be reading this and thinking that either I'm right or I'm completly wrong. Anyways the proof points to the fact that the universe was designed with us in mind.

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