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Originally Posted by Hayday View Post
This has been known for a long time. . .
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If this was new then it would be newsworthy. And i don't say that lightly, believe me.

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Chemistry > Physics

Edited by Boyboyd - 1/16/11 at 3:19pm
post #12 of 23
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Love it. Have had mine for five years. Works like a champ.
Same until someone thought theyd superglue it to the table
post #13 of 23
Yeah this is pretty old. I think i might even have posted that video on OCN before.
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post #14 of 23
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Space/light being created from one explosion is just too far fetched to believe on its own.
The big bang was not an explosion.
post #15 of 23
I believe the first I heard about this was roughly 16. A book by John Gribbin, 'In search of the Big Bang'. Good book, I suggest checking it out if you are into this kind of thing. I think it was published in the late 80's early 90's.
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if you guys are interested, go to youtube and search "Universe from nothing". its an hour long conference about cosmology by lawrence krauss in the AAIS hosted by Richard dawkins. IT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND!!!
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BBT? Didn't the universe exist forever and ever? Hmm...
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Not news I learnt this when I was 7.
"learnt" ? Stop talking like an American, them be our words!
post #19 of 23
ITT: People who think they know more about the universe than physicists. I thought it was very interesting.
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why did a whole page of posts disappear?
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