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Theoretical models and computer simulations suggest that the first galaxies could have formed as early as 200 million years after the Big Bang event.
Originally posted by Gazrok
Just as galaxies collide with galaxies, and galactic clusters collide with other clusters, I think that Universes (not in the sense of being different dimensions or anything...but simply different "Big Bang" events) may collide with other universes. Maybe this cluster is actually from another such Universe, on ITS outer edge, and overlapping into ours? Would explain its existence..... Kind of like how stars are born, collapse, reborn, etc.
Maybe we need a new term, for what the Universes float around in?
edit on 15-12-2010 by Gazrok because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by IAMSEEKER
Science is as good as it gets...
The earth is flat....oups, no sorry
The earth is the center of the universe...oups, no sorry
The sun is the center of the universe...oups, no sorry
The big bang started it all....oups, no sorry
Pluto is a planet....oups, no sorry
We can only take for granted what hasnt been debunked so far.
Can't wait from ***BREAKING NEWS, SCIENTISTS ADMITS:"WE HAVE NO CLUE SINCE THE BEGINNING"
Originally posted by sonofliberty1776
reply to post by toxsick
Science does not always admit the possibility of error, I refer you to the dogmatic followers of Darwinism.