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Re: Secular Cosmology

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Posted by Beelzebub X on November 18, 1999 18:11:28 UTC

: If one looks past the high sounding words and convoluted reasoning of the Big Bang theory, you will find spontaneous generation of matter and gas molecules pushing themselves into clouds; both contrary to fundamental physical laws. Has anyone witnessed gas molecules compressing themselves or matter coming into existence out of nothing?

Beelzebub: Matter coming into existence out of nothing??? I am a follower of that theory!!! I think matter is nothing but „nothing“...a special form of „nothing“...highly compressed nothing! The universe is „usually“ a big, endless nothing, but nothing is perfect even the „nothing“! That’s why the universe (the nothing) is contaminated by dirt (matter). Funny? Hmmmmmm...I cannot imagine that an absolute vacuum can exist, that’s like an absolute black hole, both is absolute impossible! The invert pressure into an absolute vacuum must be endless, surely great enough to create a counterweight (matter)! Conclusions: Matter is compressed vacuum („frozen“ vacuum or „foamed“ vacuum). Matter was created because of the „vacuum pressure“. Matter and pressure balance each other out. Matter appears and disappears continuously.

That theory is "beautiful" it can explain the gravity and ignores the big bang!

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