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Galaxies Some Times Collapse Alone Some Times Take Many With Them, But Those Many Do Not Pull Down Any?

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Asked by Sunil Kumar, 10 Mar 12:00 am
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Ok sir noted this information
Answered by iqbal seth, 10 Mar 08:28 am

 
  
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Yes, wouldn't this God prove you wrong- don't be offended but he did.",

Science: Beginning with Einstein's theory of general relativity, and early observational evidence, it became apparent that the universe was expanding. Extrapolating back in time revealed that the universe was merely billions of years old. The data eventually led to the "Big Bang" theory, which is virtually universally accepted by modern day cosmologist. Attempts to get around the idea that the universe had a beginning have all met with observational difficulties. The idea that the universe could have gone through an infinite number of births and deaths the oscillating universe theory was shown to be false on the basis of the lack of amount of matter within the universe, and the fact that any collapse would have led to a "Big Crunch" instead of another Big Bang. So, we have come to realize that the universe first began to exist thirteen.seven billion years ago. Scientists are left with a dilemma, since their worl ...more
Answered by Mickey, 10 Mar 12:05 am

 
  
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