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Of More Or Less EQUAL Magnitude In All Directions?

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on October 20, 2002 19:37:14 UTC

"The cosmic backround radiation would go through huge fields of gas on the way to our insturments. Due to Compton scatter, the wavelengths would be slightly changed as they passed through these fields of gas"

The CMBR permeates the entire universe, as far as we can tell, in a more or less uniform fashion (even the lumps, which also support the big bang theory, are relatively tiny.) Also, it has no apparant source. So it's not just starlight. Where do you think it came from? An echo of that magnitude seems to neccesitate an explosion.

Also, on the evolution front: DEFINE THIS FOR ME NOW. WHAT IS A KIND? I'VE ASKED YOU SEVERAL TIMES AND YOU HAVE YET TO RESPOND.

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