Looking for a good band name having to do with the origin of the universe

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Hello :rofl:

I'm searching high and low for a new band name, having to do with the origin of the universe... it has to sound cool.... I wish the Big Bang theory was called another way....any ideas anyone?

thanx :biggrin:
 

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-Omega Point [from Tipler]

-Omnigenesis

-Brane Collision
 
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setAI said:
-Omega Point [from Tipler]

-Omnigenesis

-Brane Collision
Omnigenesis and Omega Point! those sound interesting! what do they mean?
 
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How about Clash of the Branes, from the Ekpyrotic scenario for the origin in which we leive in one of the branes, which was set of expanding by being hit by another brane. For that matter, what about Ekpyrotic Scenario?
 
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Rapid Expansion

or

Something from Nothing
 
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To take an idea from the late Carl Sagan, Star Stuff. It has a double meaning--the band members are stars in the making.
 
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Ylem

In the 1940s physicists George Gamow, Ralph Alpher, and Robert Herman developed a theory about how chemical elements formed during what is now called the big bang. They concluded that some of those elements, along with faint traces of heat from that event, should still be detectable. To celebrate their collaboration, Gamow whimsically dubbed the substance from which the Universe formed "Ylem" ("EYE-lem," an ancient term for "the primordial substance") and relabeled this Cointreau liqueur bottle in its honor.
From: http://www.nasm.si.edu/exhibitions/gal111/universe/etu/html/digital_age/big_bang/bb_early.html
 
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How about Singularity?

Or if you're not a fan of the big bang :uhh: Steady State...
 
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Since you rock band types are utterly obsessed by what is "cool", how about:

Dark Energy

More suggestions:

Particle Horizon
Olber's Paradox
Scale Factor

My favourite:

The Friedmann-Lemaitre-Robertson-Walker Metric
 
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maybe:

- the first three minutes
- genesis, is already used, i think.
- expanding
- high density
- t=zero
 
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Dark Energy
I like this one, myself. Also, what about Dark Matter?
 
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hmm.. depends on what kind of stuff you play

cosmic afterbirth?
 
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It's a strech and not really associated with creation that much, but it sounds ok: Agglomeration
 
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Here's a few :

- Fred Hoyle Talks $#!t

- In Flay Shin Airy

- Big Banger's Ball

- Alpher-Bethe-Gamow

- Cosmogenesis

- Cosmological Constant

- Hubble's Bubbles

- Gluon Jelly

- Muster Mark

- Primordial

- Let there be Sound
 
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I like "Re-combo"!
 
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I like "Acoustic peaks"
 
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meteor said:
I like "Acoustic peaks"
That sounds more like a tv show.
 
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How about "The Expanding Branes"?
 
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I like the name "Loren Booda" for a band. Might be some copyright issues, though.
 
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"Heat Death" is still the best band name I know of. But that's the end of the universe.
 
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Math Is Hard
I like the name "Loren Booda" for a band. Might be some copyright issues, though
Depends on what bangin' one is referring to!
 
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Lots of good ones already! (I especially like setAI's & cragwolf's suggestions.)

how about...

13 billion (as in "years ago"...ok, it's closer to 14, but 13 sounds more mysterious/ominous)

Quantum Foam (kind of cheezy I suppose)

Infinity Point (also kind of cheezy)
 
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Phobos said:
Quantum Foam (kind of cheezy I suppose)

Infinity Point (also kind of cheezy)
True 80's glory metal. POWER. WAAAAH!!!
 
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How about [tex]\pi[/tex]? Has that been done before? Well, any Greek letter would do.
 
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I just now thought of this: The Artists Formerly Known As [tex]\pi[/tex].

I love it!
 

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