Re: Big Bang: How widely accepted?

Iain Coleman ((no email))
Mon, 28 Aug 1995 16:01:29 GMT (Robert Roosen) wrote:
> Cosmology in the anthropological sense is the creation myth that
>a society promotes.
> For instance, in the Norse legends, two brothers killed the frost
>giant and built the earth out of his body.
> The Big Bang cosmology is the creation myth of the
>Military/Industrial Complex.

Gets sillier, doesn't it?

When do you reckon the military/industrial complex came into existence?

Was this before or after the discovery of the cosmic microwave background?

If measurements of the deceleration parameter had turned out differently,
would steady state cosmology be "the creation myth of the Military/Industrial

What testable predictions are made by the Norse legend? If there are any,
have they been tested? With what results?

Do you, in fact, have a clue?

yours testily,