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Again, On The Issue On 'Space',

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Posted by JustMe on August 14, 1998 10:44:50 UTC

Well, so far, what I meant for my 'Space' is that space for the Big Bang to happen. My picture of 'Space' is just space alone. nothing else. With the theory of Big Bang, I imagine a chunk of matters , whatever size or however it looked, exploded in this 'Space'. So, you see, my query is... does the theory of Big Bang created this 'Space' as well?

All laws of Physics would breakdown before BigBang, well I am getting a bit of worry cos if that is the answer to beginning to everything, then it would be like in the early history of mankind, when human believed 'Something' up there was angry whenever there was a thunder.

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