Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Gil Hardwick (
Wed, 26 Apr 1995 04:20:08 GMT

In article <>, JAMES BENTHALL ( writes:
>"It doesn't really take a lot of matter to replicate the conditions at
>the time of the Big Bang, but it does take a lot of pressure to replicate
>the density. In fact, if technology was advanced enough to apply enough
>pressure, it probably wouldn't take over 5 pounds of matter. For all we
>know, this universe may have been created in someone's basement!"

Yeah, we had these rocket enthusiasts after WW2 busy blowing up their
garden sheds, staggering about with singed eyebrows and dazed looks
for weeks afterward.

But this Big Bang thingy would have really caused the wife's sponge
cake to deflate. I wonder if we can detect the rolling pin trajectory
somewhere in these red shifts?

Now there's a research proposal . . .

He who refuses to qualify data is doomed to rant.
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