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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 14, 1999 19:07:45 UTC

: : : : Mr. Logic alias Beelzeub: : : : Yeah, that's an argument! The gravity is a problem - nobody can really explain it. But why is that a proof for a deity? We don't understand the gravity but soon we will! We will understand all because all builds up on logic: Proof the existence of "illogic" and you have a prood for the existence of God!

: : : The Big-Bag would be a big proof for illogic, but it's only a theory, and in my opinion it's a wrong theory! I can really not understand why many "clever" guys still believe in that theory. Perhaps they do because it's the best way to give God a chance to exist. : PS: What is 3K radiation? I never heard of it. Is that another name for the background-radiation?

: Yes, because it is found at to be a 3 degrees Kelvin. They are currently doing a precise mapping of minute temperature variations of the background radiation believing that this may be able to tell us if the universe is actually open or closed.

Beelzebub: And the background radiation is a sign for the big bang theory? An endless universe could also have a background radiation, no?

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