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 The Origin of the Universe (9)

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The Origin of the Universe

This Debate is about 'your' theory that you believe determines the origin of the universe. 

1.  All theories should be cited by *credible* scientists and some type of hypothesis that cites scientific law.

2.  If you choose to violate scientific laws in your theory, then you must account for that occurrence. 

3.  Your theory may be religious or strictly scientific (even a hybrid if you choose). 

4.  You must be honest to what *assumptions* you impose.  i.e. "What I believe..." or "What is thought..."

5.  No abusive language.

6.  Add to the topic with meaningful paragraphs.  Don't just give "I agree" statements. 

7.  Finally let's see what is out there. 

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Dandeluxe(79) Banned
2 points

No abusive language.

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Hellno(17756) Disputed Banned
1 point

Dude, I think you may have violated rule number five??? LMAO!

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Dandeluxe(79) Banned
2 points

Rule number five is fucking bullshit, set out by a fucking cunt. .

Side: fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck shit
2 points

Define origin of the universe. Do you mean its development, I.E. The Big Bang, or do you mean the first cause (if there ever was one)?

Cosmology with Bounce by Flat Space-Time Theory of Gravitation and a New Interpretation

Enigmatic Aspects of the Early Universe: Possibility of a 'Pre-Big Bang Phase'!

Observing the Big Bounce with Tensor Modes in the Cosmic Microwave Background: Phenomenology and Fundamental LQC Parameters

These bits of research would seem to either suggest plainly a Big Bounce scenario, or hint at it.

Side: Big Bounce
Genesis1vs1(31) Disputed
1 point

The origin encapsulates the First Cause and development. You may elaborate on both or simply decline on one or the other.

Side: Big Bounce
aveskde(1935) Disputed
2 points

If that's the case, then you should read those three articles. They are attempts to figure out the nature of the Big Bang before it formed our universe.

Side: Big Bounce
Genesis1vs1(31) Disputed
1 point
Side: Special Creation
aveskde(1935) Disputed
2 points

Some interesting problems for cosmologic Big Bang theorists.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=exoplanets-cast-doubt

http://www.newtonphysics.on.ca/bigbang/index.html

Did you read through the astrophysics section of that research library? How about the astrophysics and cosmology section of any scientific publication (No, Scientific American isn't primary literature). I ask because you seem to have no idea how tied into science Big Bang Theory is. When a news release says that astronomical theories are being changed, it does not mean that Big Bang Theory is being abandoned. It means that we are changing our understanding of theories relating to it. Your second link looks like quackery, and I can say this because any science publication I read on the topic of astronomy, cosmology, and astrophysics regularly shows research utilising Big Bang Theory in its framework or underlying its research. For something so wrong it seems to enjoy wide circulation amongst the qualified experts.

Anyway, I'm leaving the site today. Just wanted to tie up this loose end.

Side: Big Bounce