Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Gil Hardwick (
Fri, 05 May 1995 04:18:10 GMT

In article <3ntm7g$>, Ken Smith ( writes:
>Notice that I said it may happen. If there is enough mass in the
>universe the gravity will overcome the expansion and the universe will
>begin to contract some time in the distant future. This is what is
>called a closed universe. If there is not quite enough mass the
>universes expansion will reduce to zero as time increases to infinity.
>This is the "flat" universe. If the stars will still be speeding away at
>the infinit time this is called a open or "saddle" universe.

May happen? IF? And IF again?

>We do not yet know if there is enough mass in the universe to make it

Seems you lot still don't know very much about space at all, by my

>Not really. The one truely non-renewable resourse would be time. The
>expression "stop waisting time" would take on a new meaning.

Does that mean I won't be allowed to loll about under a shady tree
watching the world go by any longer? Pity . . .

I suppose your Thought Police are going to provide me with their usual
"incentives to work" instead, are they?

He who refuses to qualify data is doomed to rant.
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