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

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Posted by John Reyes on January 31, 2001 07:18:13 UTC

The big bang did not have a center , whilst I could easily then say what created the density , it however seems impossible for a seed to exist without an outside area , try mentally imagining the concept , its impossible , let alone exist in a time before it itself had supposedly created .

The curvature of space represents gravity , I do not dispute that , I dispute how space and time was introduced by Einstein without any explanation as to how this can be achevied yet we all follow that it is right , well except me of coarse so unless the fusion explanation of space and time can be explained then what is it that Einstein and science has based its research on .

Simple the above as explained also tells me that we have a creator , not forgetting the argument from design which seems to lack any opposing remarks until GR can explain the stranger, not forgetting my faith , intuitive thinking , common sense and observation .

Yes I would agree with you on the missing neutrinos , again though gravity needs to be discovered to varify that our sun can burn from the center , not forgetting that gravity has to have a limit to the ignition process , ie how did some stars being so small ignite yet some stars being so big attain their mass if gravity can ignite at such a small stage to push away material.


John Reyes

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