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Lesnick
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Jan10-12, 10:08 PM
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All stars and Galaxies appear to give off the whole spectrum of electromagnetic radiation.
If one views images of the distribution of background radiation in detail it appears to be filimetary in nature. Also if one views the distribution of visible matter in the universe it also appears filimetary in nature, it looks as though one could super impose one on top of the other.
Why do we think that background radiation is radiation left over from the big bang and not just the radiation from all of the visible matter in the universe.
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