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Originally posted by Gentill Abdulla
Originally posted by metalholic
reply to post by Gentill Abdulla
ok so tell the world what the dense ball of energy was! what is the technical term for it?
well seeing as how hydrogen is the only thing IN YOUR PERCEPTION that separates it from a star...and in MY PERCEPTION jus b/c what we think we know is what we currently know does NOT mean that the dense energy in the beginning could not be a star!
if each black hole is the creation of a super nova and there are galaxies rotating with these black holes then this means there were multiple big bangs and if these multiple big bangs left BLACK HOLES that each galaxy rotates!
and everything within the galaxy was RELEASED in a SUPER NOVA on grander scale "big Bangs" then the dense energy was in fact STARS!
A black hole isn't created BY a supernova.
It is created from the un-ejected mass after a supernova going under gravitational collapse.
You clearly don't know enough about this subject if you tell me a black hole is the CREATION of SUPERNOVA.
Galaxies are created by collections of mass, and a lot of primordial black holes, with some dark matter.
AS all the primordial black holes rotate then the as it gets larger must also rotate.
The center is what we call a galactic nuclei.
You should stop going to wiki for sources. I mean come on.....
Originally posted by Unregistered
Science and religion has always been arguing about how everything began by providing their sides as fact. However, it's all just theory. Unless someone can build a proverbial time machine and go back in time to check things out, it's all just a bunch of theory (speculation).
Originally posted by Unregistered
Unless someone can build a proverbial time machine and go back in time to check things out, it's all just a bunch of theory (speculation).
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
Stephen Hawking: God didn't create universe
(visit the link for the full news article)
Hawking says in his book "The Grand Design" that, given the existence of gravity, "the universe can and will create itself from nothing,"
"Spontaneous creation is the reason why there is something rather than nothing, why the universe exists, why we exist,"
His answer is "M-theory," which, he says, posits 11 space-time dimensions, "vibrating strings, ... point particles, two-dimensional membranes, three-dimensional blobs and other objects that are more difficult to picture and occupy even
Originally posted by Sphota
It kind of just looks like we keep repeating the same sequence. Start at the atomic level (though, odds are it keeps going smaller) and move out. Everything is a repeat of the same idea.
The idea? ...CIRCLES
Everything is round, going around other round things to make a bigger round circle that some where is adding to an even larger round circle.
I'm guess we're just here for the ride and purpose need not exist. Though it could. Certainly God is in the mix. In my opinion, God is the sum of the universe, which seems logical and spiritual at the same time. It doesn't sound scientific, however. It sounds like "arte por arte" or art for art's sake. At any rate, science is always chopping things up into disciplines when life is "interdisciplinary" and messy. You can't explain the universe with physics alone, just like I can't explain your whole body with mathematical ratios.