Re: Big Bang: How widely accepted?

Carl J Lydick (carl@SOL1.GPS.CALTECH.EDU)
23 Aug 1995 17:40:55 GMT

In article <>, (Robert Roosen) writes:
= This theory is so tenaciously held and promoted by the physicists
=that Hoyle and Burbidge are excluded from conferences on the subject.
=Burbidge recently presented the John Schopp Memorial Lecture at San Diego
=State U in which he presented the above view. He said further that he
=and Hoyle have been reduced to cashing the lectures and heckling during
=the question period.

Well, since they don't have any evidence to support their insistence on a
steady-state universe, what do you expect? Do you really think that science
works according to your moronic world-view, where someone need merely state a
position to give that position validity?

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