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Re: Big Bang => Infinite Universe => No Big Bang

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Posted by Wondering. on September 29, 1998 08:55:10 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?

Big-Bang, is human-mind-view. Not nature thing. Nature dont need to made this kind of explosion.

Example. 2.7 kelvin Backround Radiation.

2.7 kelvin means temperature. Temperature of what? Matter. So what. If we measure at some temperature 2.7kelvin at space, it tell us that there is that kind of temperature. Matter make this temperature. - Sun-light? - Other matter? - etc? So what?

If Big-Bang happening, then temperature cannot be constant. Why it is, or is it? How do we measure space-temperature?

We have lot of words, what we use ,without knowing it's meaning.

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