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Originally posted by Swizzy
reply to post by Pokoia
Don't you think that this would reflect in the red-shift somehow? I know that the further we look into the universe the more intense the redshift effect becomes. Wouldnt 2 bangs mean that we should see an abrupt change in red-shift at a very specific point?
Very interesting theory indeed!
Originally posted by boymonkey74
What has got me wondering is we can see back in time using the hubble space telescope to around 13.2 billion years here...
an amazing photo the deep field photo and it prove's that galaxy's were about at that time.
So my question is if we made a bigger better space telescope could we go back in time enough to see the big bang?
Now back to your question I always thought anything heavier than boron are made from stars exploding, so they were not made in the big bang here is a link. (I may be wrong Iam a bit thick )
physicsworld.com...edit on 1-12-2011 by boymonkey74 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Pokoia
reply to post by mandroids
Who says that, 14 million years?
You really mean million years, not billion of years?edit on 1/12/11 by Pokoia because: (no reason given)