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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Has Science Erred !

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Posted by Michael Wright on January 31, 2001 03:43:09 UTC

Just a few comments -

The big bang did not have a center. Every point in our universe is the center of the universe. Our universe is isotropic, as far as we've observed.

The curvature of spacetime represents (the force due to) gravity.

The watch and watchmaker argument has been made sooo many times in the God & Science forum, but I will answer anyways with my usual response: Tell me what makes you think that the world has a creator.

The solar neutrino problem **may** have a solution: The neutrino decaying into three different types of neutrinos. "The Case of the Missing Neutrinos" is an excellent book and it has an article about this issue. Our neutrinos detectors of chlorine (I think) atoms only detect one of the three types.

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