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Rationalizing The Big Bang Theory

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Posted by Galaxy/">Galaxy on January 6, 2000 23:26:08 UTC

Big Bang Theory Suggest our Universe exist after a explosion a very Big Bang. Everything is receding away from the explosion. But Can Big explosion create Space? Or what before the Big Explosion was there Space? Please No 'Empty Box theory' explanation here. Consider the perspective Big Bang explosion took place then everything should be receding even now.Which is true since everything is moving and receding. But now note that everything in universe has unique shape thats most commonly elliptical and flat in big sense why is that, is there some other force which are acting for these to happen. In a explosion most matter will be found on outer rim of the explosion or on the brim concentric circles of huge shock waves . Then considering this idealogy is there more matter in outer rim of the uinverse.

But as far we look into universe we find everything is well distrubuted or is it isn't.

Please reply to my query !!!

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