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  1. #1 The Second Big Bang 
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    there might be a new big bang on it's way. i think son, because the sudden climate changes.
    Let's start form the beginning.
    The universe was in a hot state, then it started to cool down. The ice ages have probably been many,
    but now recently, the last 50'000 years, it has been some too.
    And now, the earth suddenly starts to heat up, now in a pretty high speed!
    it might be just at the maximum 1'000 years until the next big bang! (Or atleast the explotion of earth)

    i haven't checked if it's possible or true, but it just seems so.. TRUE!

    is this possible?


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  3. #2 Re: The Second Big Bang 
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    Quote Originally Posted by hansarn
    there might be a new big bang on it's way. i think son, because the sudden climate changes.
    The Big Bang effected the entire universe. It created the entire universe. The Earth is an incredibly insignificant speck in the universe.

    The mass of the Earth is a mere 1/300th of the mass of Jupiter. Jupiter is 1/1000th the mass of the sun. There are more than two hundred billion suns in our galaxy. There are at least three hundred billion galaxies in the visible universe. Anything that happens on Earth is irrelevant to the rest of the universe.

    So, there is absolutely no reason that global warming on the Earth could lead to a second Big Bang. It is not possible.


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    To add to John's post, our solar system is maybe half a light day across (distance light travels in half a day). The universe is anything from 30 to 160 billion light years across, so totally insignificant. Our star is one of maybe 70,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars and maybe there is 10-20 times that number of planets. Check out these sites which will give you some idea of how small the Earth and our Sun is:



    http://www.rense.com/general72/size.htm



    http://www.atlasoftheuniverse.com/



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oF18rk_H0Y




    Earth has had heat and cold ages. From around 900-1400, it was hot enough to have vineyards in England, so a lot hotter than now. We have also had mini-Ice Ages like when the Thames froze over some 200 years ago so they held bonfires on the frozen river (it needs at least 12 feet of ice for that).

    Almost all the universe is empty space which is -270.C so not exactly hot.
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    As well, hot and cold spells over several decades (or centuries, for that matter) likely have something more to do with our parent star, large impactors, geological activity, or biomass...not the universe as a whole. No need to worry about another big bang - at least not in your lifetime
    I think...therefore, I think I am.
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