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Posted in Car Makes on 2005-12-03 06:00:05

This poll has such a large selection of car makes to choose from. :|

Posted in 50 cent vs. The Game on 2005-10-28 07:36:27

The Game is all around better by far. WESTSIDE!

Posted in The Big Bang Question on 2005-10-25 20:27:42

While the concept of your explanation is for-the-most-part accurate, I believe you don't fully comprehend this phenomenon. So... please allow me to explain.

First of all, we cannont measure galaxies expanding from a central point, because that would imply a center and therefore an edge. Neither of these exist in the universe, so that statement is wrong. Instead, what we measure are are the spectral emission lines which show galaxies red-shifting. In the visible spectrum, red wavelengths are larger than blue wavelengths. So if emission lines are shifted to the red side (we must know the unshifted values first), then we can conclude that the celestial body is moving away. The same concept applies for blue-shifting, in that blue-shifted bodies are moving toward us. The reason that we say the universe is expanding is because everywhere we look we see red-shifted emission lines. Hence, everything is moving away from us. Since there cannot be a center of the universe, it is sufficive to say that everything is moving away from everything else, or that universal expansion is occurring.

Secondly, the Big Bang was not an explosion, per se, because that implies outward movement (and possibly sound) which cannot occur. Universal expansion is not about bodies moving away, instead it is about the rapid creation of space between the bodies. This is why we can say that the universe expands faster than the speed of light, because space (or nothingness) by its very nature has no speedlimit.

The Big Bang was nothing more than the transition out of the initial singularity and the begining of universal expansion. This event occured roughly 13.7 billion years ago. And don't take my word for it... calculate it yourself. I would start with the Hubble constant and Z values.

What existed before the Big Bang... well I kind of already answered that. To be completely accurate... a singularity comparable to that of a black hole. Try this experiment: go to your TV, turn it on, and disconnect the cable source. You should see static, right? That's what existed before the Big Bang. Remember, time and space are compilementary, so without space there cannot be time. There was... nothing.

There is no longer a debate over whether or not the Big Bang was a real occurrence. The only people who oppose this idea are the ones who don't know enough about it to render an educated opinion. Really, what it boils down to is how well you know cosmology and physics. I don't expect you to fully understand or even believe what I stated above. What I hope you get out of this is a renewed determination to learn.

Posted in 133t or gh3y? on 2005-10-14 18:04:01


Seriously though, nobody uses 1337 in a non-ironic way any more. Grow up.

Posted in Internet Explorer VS Fire Fox on 2005-09-17 08:39:13

You should at least spell the names right, if you want to make a serious poll. And of course Firefox is best! www.getfirefox.com