Subject: Accuracy of the big bang theory
Date: Sat Dec 18 22:39:10 1999
Posted by Jeff Schelbar
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I read somewhere that scientists say they can only speculate what happened
about one microsecond after the big bang,but after that they know what
happened. Since the big bang has never been modeled, Why try and be that
accurate? even though it's only a theory. Thanks
Re: Accuracy of the big bang theory
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