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Originally Posted by Cykososhull View Post
Wow, no one quoted the key rule of science: "absence of evidence is not evidence of absence."

Science is about what can be proven. No one can prove this yet. It is only a hypothesis. Until some proof is shown it can only ever be that.

That statement is so misused today its not even funny. Scientists claiming facts without evidence all over the place today. Just making huge statements without anything to back it up and see if it sticks. That is not science.
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I thought we weren't supposed to talk about religion here.
We're not, if I remember correctly you were the one that brought it up.
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Are they insinuating that the Big Bang was a white hole from another Universe's black hole?
That is the only way I could concieve the big bang happens after all matter is gone and all black holes have merged (if thats possible) they surely it would explode due it out gravity failing
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Thinking about this stuff kinda scares me a little

If there is a big bang, where did the thing come from? What was before the creation of the universe? Nothing? What the heck is nothing?
Also space is endless. Endless? What the hell. Lol.

Gives me goosebumps lol.
Also get these goosebumps when thinking about my religion and how little I really understand lol.
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Geez, +1 to the OP...this is a great thread....

so um...

Does time exists?
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Or maybe black holes are merely unrealized realities.

Still I find it hard to understand why scientists still peruse the "big bang" theory when there is so much evidence against it. Such as if the big bang propagated from a single point then we should be able to calculate a direction as to where that point is going off of the movement of the solar bodies. In reality though solar bodies do not move in a uniform direction away from a single point.
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Still I find it hard to understand why scientists still peruse the "big bang" theory when there is so much evidence against it. Such as if the big bang propagated from a single point then we should be able to calculate a direction as to where that point is going off of the movement of the solar bodies. In reality though solar bodies do not move in a uniform direction away from a single point.
That would assume the universe is uniform... and it is not.
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Strange cool ****. If the universe cycles in birth and death then we probably do to we just don't really know it.
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I'm a killer & I'm a clown.
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How can they hypothesize that those "Primordial black holes" could be from another universe if they don't even know if the primordial black holes exist in the first place? *** moment...
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