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Follow Up "Has Science Erred"

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Posted by Al Gobeo on January 28, 2001 03:34:07 UTC

Some things to think about.

Is there a difference between the following concepts?
1: Emptiness. 2: Nothingness. 3: the Void. 4: Just plain space, empty space that is.

The Big Bang started from some micro kernel, creating space and time. So science says.

Something, no mater how small, such as the micro kernel that created the big bang, had to occupy some amount of space to begin with. Then all it did was explode and expand, creating all the matter in the universe, also the empty space in it.

Did the big bang really create space, or did it just fill empty space with matter? Also, if vast amounts of matter collapse into a black whole, where does the matter go?

Has science an answer to this? You may be right in asking the question "Has science erred"?

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