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Jan412, 12:54 PM

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#38
Jan412, 01:45 PM

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#40
Jan412, 02:03 PM

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Calimero, there is one subtle difference because my 'dynamite' snapshots are taken from a point of view outside of the explosion. Your snapshots are taken from a 'molecule' which is part of the explosion. 



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#42
Jan412, 03:26 PM

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Calimero took the point of view of being inside the universe because there IS no other point of view. There is NO "outside" to the universe. It does not have a center. It does not have an edge. It did not start at any one place. Again, this is cosmology 101. If you want to learn more, I recommend: http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/astronomy/bigbang.html 



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#45
Jan512, 03:07 AM

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We can speculate on anything past the event horizon  common opinion in the field is that the singularity is not likely to exist (A point of infinite density.) more likely our mathematics is flawed and we need a QG modification to GR to remove the mathematical artifact of the singularity. If two black holes merge you end up with a single black hole of more mass. 



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Jan612, 11:21 PM

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Thank you everyone for helping me attempt to get my head around this.



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