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ShaunZero

Latest Theories on the Big Bang

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Just curious and checking in. I want to know what are the latest Theories on what created the big bang? And what evidence is there to support these theories?

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hey zero heres a good webpage that explains the big bang with some evidence so if you want to check it out heres the link http://www.leyada.jlm.k12.il/proj/black/evidence.htm

but if you google "big bang theory" you will get hundered of pages

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Posted (edited)

nasa.gov

uvic.edu

umich.edu

wikipedia.org

Got milk?

Edited by zandore

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real question im sorta waiting to here is why it happened and if it could when will it happen again?

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real question im sorta waiting to here is why it happened and if it could when will it happen again?

From a scientific point of view...a random quirk.

Since it already happened, it won't happen again...

Like popping a baloon. You can't pop a popped baloon.

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eh, i don't believe in that big bang theory. IMO they probably heard the remnants of a super nova or something along the lines that can create a lot of radiation in the aftermath.

besides, what can radiation bounce off if nothing was around after the big bang for a few billion years... on the plus, we'll never really know how the universe was created, afterall, we could just be living on a fleck of dust on some laboratories desk.

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