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  1. #1 The Big bang Theory v The steady state theory v World in a world. 
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    The steady-state theory is a view that the universe is always expanding. Minute particles becoming one to form solid states replacing the decading matter. No more different than dust in a box.

    The Big Bang theory is said to have expanded out creating the universe.

    However, I ask you on both of these theories, where is the logic, I ask you, expanded out into what, for something to expand, it as to have a surrounding area.

    For this to happen , the universe must of all ready existed, unless we were no more than a world inside a world.

    People thought the world was flat, and yet people think that space as no end.

    We see size as we see it, yet in comparison to space, we are just dots.







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    Quote Originally Posted by theorist View Post
    The steady-state theory is a view that the universe is always expanding. Minute particles becoming one to form solid states replacing the decading matter.
    The need for continuous creation of matter is just one of the problems with the steady state theory. There are lots of others.

    The Big Bang theory is said to have expanded out creating the universe.
    Not quite, but good enough.

    However, I ask you on both of these theories, where is the logic
    What do you mean by "logic"? Most people seem to think it means the same as "common sense" But common sense is no use at all for understanding the world.

    I ask you, expanded out into what, for something to expand, it as to have a surrounding area.
    No, it is space itself that is expanding. Until you can get your head round that, you are not going to usderstand the theory.

    People thought the world was flat
    No they didn't.


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