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Re: Secular Cosmology

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Posted by bzrd on November 20, 1999 19:26:35 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?

: Hmm, have you ever heard about a thing called gravity ? Do you really think the big bang theory would be so popular if it were "contrary to fundamental physical laws", if you were a professor of physics somewhere (other than never never land) you might have something to say about the matter, but I dare doubt your expertice ? I recommend that you read "The first three minutes" by Steven Weinberg, that would maybe clear things up a bit...

bzrd here: Broyle's Law and the centrifugal force derived from the angular momentum of the proto-star should succeed in preventing star formation from gas clouds. Need I remind you that the "flat earth" theory was rather popular at one time. I have little regard for what is called "science" by most people; the fairy tales of evolution and big bang cosmology are vain imaginings in my eyes.

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