Re: Big Bang: How widely accepted?

Richard A. Schumacher (
3 Sep 1995 13:24:35 -0500

In <> (Steve Sohn) writes:

>Has anyone else noticed the tantalizing parallel of this Big Bang and general
>advanced theorizing to a more medieval priesthood that pretended to understand
>the secrets of its own day; like, the Trinity, or how many angels could dance on
>the head of a pin.

Only in that the concepts are inaccessible to the uninformed :->

Looking at the _physical evidence_, it's hard to avoid the conclusion that
the entire universe was in a state of high density and high temperature
roughly 15 billion years ago, and that it has been expanding since then.
Angels, the Trinity and other myths have no physical evidence to support