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Posted by Zeon/">Zeon on January 6, 2000 01:17:59 UTC

: : Astronomers have observerd voids in space -no stars no matter nothing-some of these voids are as large as 400 million light years across(that about 4 times the size of our Galaxy)

: : No satisfactory explanation has been offered for these -indeed observations such as this put the Big Bang theory in serious doubt.

: No they don't.

Well -the microwave background radiation signal from the big bang observed by COBE is too smooth to explain things like Quasar's( only a billion years after the big Bang) never mind the universe's current structure (not enough time for the OBSERVED structures to form).

Some guy at NASA claimed it was like looking at the face of god-I think not..

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