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#1    dAz

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Posted 27 March 2001 - 09:51 PM

Hi Everyone

I have a questions, which probably don’t have any answers but i'll ask anyway. I was watching a TV programme a few weeks back about the beginning of the universe. One theory that was mentioned was that the big bang was created by gas of some sort. Now I am the sort of person who then has to think “well where did these gases come from” and “what ignited them”. I was just wondering if anyone has any theories that may provide answers to my question.

I don’t ask for much do I… lol tongue.gif

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Posted 16 February 2002 - 07:36 AM

This response comes almost a year after thread was initiated. 8)   While aimlessly wandering the internet in search of pornography astronomical knowlwdge, I came across an interesting theory, and an interesting idea. The theory is that a quantum fluctuation gave rise to the Big Bang. Excerpt from article: "Quantum mechanics says that matter and energy can appear spontaneously out of the vacuum of space, thanks to something called a quantum fluctuation, a sort of hiccup in the energy field thought to pervade the cosmos." The idea is that there could be more than one universe. Another excerpt from same article: "And the thing about quantum fluctuations is that they can happen anywhere, any time. And if our universe was born out of a quantum fluctuation, say theorists, then it's possible that other quantum fluctuations could have spawned other universes." For more information send a $5 donation to the Homer Foundation  http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/generalscience/5mysteries_universes_020205-1.html

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Posted 16 February 2002 - 10:17 PM

Beat me to it Homer, that was what i was about to say  :)

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Posted 16 February 2002 - 10:53 PM

       
                 Homer,

            Very informative (and funny!)post  :s2



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Posted 17 February 2002 - 12:32 AM

And there's me thinking a "Quantum Fluctuation" was caused by eating too many beans.  :sj

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Posted 17 February 2002 - 08:43 AM

Sheff_Pud,
I don't recall any astronomer SPECIFICALLY saying Quantum Fluctuations wasn't caused by eating too many beans. So I wouldn't rule it out :s02

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Posted 24 February 2002 - 01:10 AM

good point, well made Homer. I wish the scientific community would take up your lead in a more honest approach to things
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Posted 24 February 2002 - 08:56 AM

Thanks, PS.  However, if I lead, we're sure to get lost :s01

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Posted 26 February 2002 - 09:54 PM

ahh, but it's not the being lost, but the getting lost that counts  ;D

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Posted 26 March 2002 - 06:26 PM

Getting lost is cool 8)

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Posted 28 April 2002 - 01:59 AM

Here is a website page with questions relating to the Big Bang, that might help you:
http://image.gsfc.nasa.gov/poetry//ask/acosmexp.html


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Posted 25 August 2002 - 10:14 PM

im confused now...but hey, thats not hard ! oh yeahi remember now it was.......... oooops..i forgot   d'oh! :sj wavey.gif bounce.gif :sn :original.gif ;D original.gif :s6 :se :s9  lack of :sr





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