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Did Anyone Read My Theory Of Probability?

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Posted by Chris Duncan on September 15, 2002 01:23:44 UTC

How big was the "singularity" of the big bang? Alan Guth said it was about 2 billionths the size of a many of those would it take to fill up the universe? How long did it take to start(less than a second, most are sure)? Multiply the number of big bang "singularities" by the number of times it could have happened in the last 14.5 billion years(if each happened in a millionth of a second, from what I understan), what is the probability of that only happening once?

Give me a break! That almost certainly had to be divine intervention!

Warm Regards,


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