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Re: Big Bang Is Absolute Lie

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Posted by TJ on January 28, 2000 17:49:47 UTC

: : NOTHING CAN BLAST WITHOUT A RYHME OR REASON.

: Prove it. /********************* Take a fire cracker do not light it wait for it to blast without any rhyme or reason. if it blasts please get back to me. Experiment is simple try it. /*********************

: : IF THERE WAS A BIG BANG THERE HAS TO BE SOMETHING BEFORE IT. : Maybe. Prove it. /************** Look above /**************

: : 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.

/okay i will explain here later

: : 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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