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  1. #1 Remember kids: you can't be a respected member of DU if you're a YEC* 
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    Fri Jun-06-08 04:07 PM
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    Hints of 'time before Big Bang'

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    Source: BBC

    A team of physicists has claimed that our view of the early Universe may contain the signature of a time before the Big Bang.

    The discovery comes from studying the cosmic microwave background (CMB), light emitted when the Universe was just 400,000 years old.


    The CMB is relic radiation that fills the entire Universe and is regarded as the most conclusive evidence for the Big Bang.

    Although this microwave background is mostly smooth, the Cobe satellite in 1992 discovered small fluctuations that were believed to be the seeds from which the galaxy clusters we see in today's Universe grew.


    Dr Adrienne Erickcek, and colleagues from the California Institute for Technology (Caltech), now believes these fluctuations contain hints that our Universe "bubbled off" from a previous one.

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    This is going to give the YEC's fits.
    Unproven and unprovable conjectures don't give YECs fits, but it's nice that yet another DUmp monkey turns yet another thread into a Christian-bashing thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jinxmchue View Post
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    Unproven and unprovable conjectures don't give YECs fits, but it's nice that yet another DUmp monkey turns yet another thread into a Christian-bashing thread.

    Theory's about cosmic events are like astronomers a*s holes,every one has one !

    Background radiation just proves that stars exploded in the past into supernova .What background radiation is in reality a sort of hot gas residue emitting magnetic waves because of its great heat at a specific frequency like a radio beacon . The radio frequency's are very broad band and seem to come from all directions because they do .....

    There is a peak in the amplitude of the cosmic background radiation, and that it occurs at around 279.5 GHz.

    The long answer is found by assuming a thermal radiation curve with a blackbody temperature of the stated 2.7 Kelvins. Planck's law (e = h f) tells us that e, the kinetic energy per photon, varies with frequency f according to Planck's Constant h. Since energy varies with frequency, a thermal energy curve should logically peak in amplitude at some specific frequency, which varies as a function of temperature. Which happens to be the frequency of free superhot Hydrogen gas .

    In order for the new universe to expand there needed to be new stellar creation and that happened because of old stars going into supernova.and seeding the vast clouds of interstellar hydrogen gas with compressive shock waves compressing and compacting hydrogen gas.

    The superhot masses of plasma which gravity pulled together and super electron avalanche ignited it into a nuclear reaction !Star formation tends to go in a long line creating new space to accommodate its new growth as it advances .

    Background radiation doesn't grow new stars, it is the residue of old stars accretion rings blown off in the super_nova ........

    Accretion rings are the outed surface of stars and black holes and are in constant high energy circular motion due to the immense gravitational fields.

    (Abstract: Profiles of spectral lines emitted from an accretion ring around an object with strong gravitational field should be affected by Doppler shift, gravitational redshift, and deflection of light. Taking these effects into account, precise line profile of a Keplerian ring around a Kerr black hole for a distant observer is obtained by solving the kinetic equation of photons.)
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