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and yet it changes nothing. We're still stuck here. frown.gif

Maybe you still are... wink.gif
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The remnants of God's first fart has finally been found!
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To all the people wondering what came before the big bang, nothing. There was no time before the big bang, ergo there was no time for anything to possibly exist.
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To all the people wondering what came before the big bang, nothing. There was no time before the big bang, ergo there was no time for anything to possibly exist.

You don't know. How in the world do you know that there wasn't an universe similar to ours before it, and that just collapsed into a single super dense point(Big Crunch theory)?
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Interesting, I only wonder what all the matter of the universe was doing there in the first place?
Edited by Neo_Morpheus - 11/16/11 at 3:21am
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Ill never even begin to fathom how we can see things 12 billion light years away, clear enough to tell what ELEMENT it is.
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Ill never even begin to fathom how we can see things 12 billion light years away, clear enough to tell what ELEMENT it is.

OK, here is a paradox for ya. If the light we see from objects 12 billion light years away took 12 billion years to get here, then, the objects we see are not where they actually are, but, may in fact be that much farther away. Plus, since we know that gravity can bend light, what we see may not be anything like what the actual universe looks like. A thousand years ago man saw the earth 13 miles at a time, or what he could see from the top of a mast to the horizon, and we had all kinds of crazy theories. As far as the universe is concerned, we are still in row boats.
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How did they know that this is original gas and not just a concentrated gas cloud formed later?
-Ghooble

I was wondering that too. My guess, they tell you that it is original gas and say you can't disprove them!
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You don't know. How in the world do you know that there wasn't an universe similar to ours before it, and that just collapsed into a single super dense point(Big Crunch theory)?

Why do I get the mental image of the Simpsons were Lisa grew a civilization. Then Bart crushing the civilization with his hand and causing a big bang and now here we are...petri dish civilization 2.0. We are probably in the trash can too....
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OK, here is a paradox for ya. If the light we see from objects 12 billion light years away took 12 billion years to get here, then, the objects we see are not where they actually are, but, may in fact be that much farther away. Plus, since we know that gravity can bend light, what we see may not be anything like what the actual universe looks like. A thousand years ago man saw the earth 13 miles at a time, or what he could see from the top of a mast to the horizon, and we had all kinds of crazy theories. As far as the universe is concerned, we are still in row boats.

If the earth is 4.54 billion years old.... how is light 12 billion years away already here? Thanks for the paradox.... My mind is now confused.
Edited by Myrtl - 11/16/11 at 6:47am
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If the earth is 4.54 billion years old.... how is light 12 billion years away already here? Thanks for the paradox.... My mind is now confused.

Err. The light was already going through the space before Earth had even formed, when Earth did form, it started catching that light instead.
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Err. The light was already going through the space before Earth had even formed, when Earth did form, it started catching that light instead.

Thanks, I think I was still half asleep when I was thinking about that... (Nothing to see... Move along people).
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