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Re: But Thinking You Are Always Right Doesn't Make You Right Either

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Posted by Morgan Storey/">Morgan Storey on January 22, 2000 09:34:32 UTC

: Time still exhisted it was just maybe not moving, and their is also the theory that the big bang started out as one big blackhole, it would after all have been an anomily just like the ones in blackholes.

: Current thought is that the Big Bang just happened, there was no existing Black Hole it came from. That is, the BB created spacetime, it was not an explosion of matter into space but an explosion of spacetime from nothing.

Yeah that sounds real plausible, I like the theory I heard that An older universe that compressed in on itself, it compressed so much that it exploded back out. Otherwise this sounds almost like divine intervention, and although I am no atheist I know that most science abhors the theory of God.

: Maybe (this is were my theory gets stretched to it's limit) when there was the bang time flowed out with the primodial matter, causing time to be flung to the furtherst reaches of the universe.

: And as I said previously, your opinion, is not always right, I am happy to discuss, but don't discount till you have irefutable evidence.

: I agree totally but you also have to look and understand all the existing evidence before putting forward a competing theory. The evidence for Relativity and Inflationary Cosmology is very hard to refute, once you know it.

Iam not discounting relativity, Iam adding to it. Except maybe the theory, that time is constant... and it isn't it is relative, and changing.

To end with a quote I recently heard...An expert is a person who speacilizes in a naroow field, and has made all the mistakes possible.

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