Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

SrA Tim Miller (
27 Apr 1995 12:04:25 -0500

On Tue, 25 Apr 1995 02:12:42 GMT, (Gil Hardwick) said:

G> In article <3nb4b7$>, Ken Smith
G> ( writes:
>> 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.

G> Are you arguing here, Ken, that the "expanding universe" is all tied
G> together with some sort of elastic phenomenon like gravity, such that
G> it will all some day stretch to its limit and then time will reverse
G> and begin to pull it all back in again?

G> [ Remaining prattlings deleted. ]

You apparantly think that gravitational acceleration is some
form of time reversal. Please expound on your [apparent] theories
connecting gravity and time, I'm sure many of us will be all ears.

Failing that, please explain your understanding of gravity. I
could use a good laugh.

Cerebus <>
"You, sir, are an idiot."