The Big Bang and Magnetic fields

Discussion in 'Astronomy, Exobiology, & Cosmology' started by river, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    The truth In reality is that you are the one who should be apologising to the forum as a whole, for your fanatical childish pursuit of vengeance.
    Not that great a concern from where I sit, just the detraction from science that is a consequence. *shrug*
     
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  3. dumbest man on earth Real Eyes Realize Real Lies Valued Senior Member

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    Vengeance?!

    Meh!...jump!
     
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  5. RoccoR Registered Senior Member

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    dumbest man on earth, paddoboy, et al,

    Let us move on to the science.


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  7. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    This thread has resolved that
    [1] We cannot say anything with confidence before t=10-43 seconds after the instant of the BB.
    [2] The BB was a creation or evolution of space and time, as we know them.
    [3] Matter could not exist in the first few micro fractions of a second after the BB, due to temperatures.
    [4] Space/time seems to have an inbuilt property that makes it not only expand, but accelerate in that expansion rate.
    [5] We know very little about this property which has been labeled the CC/DE/quintessence
     
  8. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    Understanding science is essential in order to refute the dogmatic/conspiracy theorists/anti mainstream mindset.
    With scientific models, there is no absolute truths, no sacred cows, and almost certainly no end to the gathering of knowledge and discoveries.
    Instead, as we all should know, all hypotheses and theories are subject to modification and even replacement as new research, discoveries, and knowledge become available. Science is not dogmatic, and those who try to present it dogmatically are doing it a disservice.
    But logically no model that has been accepted and continually verified by observations for any length of time, will be easy to over throw....Nor should it be.
    The theory of evolution of life, the BB/Inflationary theory of the evolution of the Universe, SR and GR all fall into that category.
    Einstein's SR/GR models did not show that Newtonian mechanics was wrong. It merely gave the same results with far more precision and accuracy.
    Likewise, I believe that any future verifiable QGT will not invalidate the BB model, and its partners in SR/GR...It will just extend the parameters of the incumbent models, and give more possibly accurate results.
    The most Important thing is to understand the basics of the scientific method.
     
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