Subject: How could expansion overwhelm gravity i big bang
Date: Fri Sep 12 10:33:03 2003
Posted by Henrik
Grade level: teacher/prof
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City: Copenhagen State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Astronomy
Big Rip theory predicts the destruction of universe from energi that is
currently expanding the universe. That means the expanding energy and gravity
are opposites in some way. If gravity and the expanding energy influence each
other isn't it unlikely for expansion to have overcome the immense gravity in
the once incredibly condensed universe? In other words how could Big Bang ever
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