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We See The First Light Of The Big Bang

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 9, 2003 13:38:13 UTC

The data is called COBE data and it was released 300,000 years after the big bang happened. That is as close as we can get to observe it.

But more recently superstring theory solutions have indicated that it was not an actual big bang but only something close to it.

It called the Cyclic Universe and its principle author is Paul Steinhardt of Princeton. It all on his homepage.

yanniru

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