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Re: Big Bang Is Fact

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on January 28, 2000 06:06:37 UTC

: NOTHING CAN BLAST WITHOUT A RYHME OR REASON.

Prove it.

: IF THERE WAS A BIG BANG THERE HAS TO BE SOMETHING BEFORE IT.

Maybe. Prove it.

: SO CONCENTRATING ON SOMETHING BEFORE IT SHOULD BE SOMETHING OUR UNIVERSE. : AND THERE IS NO REASON WHY SHOULD GIVE BIG BANG AFTER SAY BILLION ,BILLIONS OF YEARS LATER.

Whatever your trying to say here doesn't mean anything in English the way it is written.

: SO BIG BANG NEVER TOOK PLACE.

If your going to make an argument, sound or not, at least use logical inferences. You need to insert a premise to do this. Also to clean it up you should remove the statement that is irrelevant to the argument. I'll let you guess at what they are.

: IT SHOULD BE ONLY BE ONE OF THE REASON AS AN ASSUMPTION : OF CREATION OF UNIVERSE. : ENERGY EXIST IN UNIVERSE WHATEVER IT MAY BE WILL BE A CONSTANT. ENERGY CANNOT MULTIPLY ON ITS OWN.

Who says it changed? It may well be a constant throughout Hawking's imaginary time. imaginary in the mathematical sense, not in the layman's usage of the word.

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