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Time Did Have A Beginning, I Think

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on June 27, 2001 14:13:29 UTC

At the Big Bang. There was no "before" the big bang, it started time. (I know, an explosion suggests causality, ask someone more grounded in physics here, like Alex, to explain it better.)

I wouldn't understand how our laws just appeared from nothing, along with matter, energy, etc.

Lack of understanding is not proof of God. Why believe in him until we find or don't find him?

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