Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Ken Smith (
22 Apr 1995 14:37:27 GMT

In article <>, Richard S. Brice <> wrote:
>If there was a big bang, and if "we" are the result of one,
>and if our concept of time "began" at the BB, then quantum
>mechanics seems to allow permanent violations of the
>conservation laws since no amount of elapsed time (in our
>current universe) can represent anything other than
>temporary, i.e. NOT infinite (unless of course the universe
>collapes to a non existent state).

That right. Some day the universe may collapes into nothingness. This
is called the big crunch. If there is enough mass in the universe to
stop the expanding and cause contraction, eventually everywhere will be
the same place.

Ken Smith <>