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  1. #1 The evolution: the Big Bang to the Intelligence 
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    As human beings, I want to understand where I am and where I come from. My natural curiosity and my survival instinct me to m'instruire about our world and our place in the universe. For me nature is a source of spiritual guidance. The evolution from the Big Bang to the Intelligence feeds my understanding of human existence and made me want to explore all existing theories.

    The modern science of astronomy has led us further than ever before in space and time - of the universe "known". But no matter how far we travel together, contemplating the sky is ultimately a search for ourselves. To really understand who we are, we must first understand what we are and where we came from.


    Flutuation temperature in the oldest light in the universe (NASA Photo)


    Condensation of the material under the influence of gravity. (NASA Photo)


    The first stars form only 200 million annés after the Big Bang (NASA Photo)


    The first chains of galaxies begin to form, 1 billion years after the Big Bang (NASA Photo)


    The modern era, about 14 billion years after the big boom. (NASA Photo)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornichon
    As human beings, I want to understand where I am and where I come from. My natural curiosity and my survival instinct me to m'instruire about our world and our place in the universe. For me nature is a source of spiritual guidance. The evolution from the Big Bang to the Intelligence feeds my understanding of human existence and made me want to explore all existing theories.

    The modern science of astronomy has led us further than ever before in space and time - of the universe "known". But no matter how far we travel together, contemplating the sky is ultimately a search for ourselves. To really understand who we are, we must first understand what we are and where we came from.
    Agreed

    We have come very far indeed in understanding the universe. Our curiosity has led us to to reach for the very end of it to the very smallest particle. We are capable of altering the genetic code, advancing technology to its utter limits and we're still not satisfied!

    We humans are a peculiar thing indeed.
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    If we can just become greedy for information and not "things" then there may be hope for us yet.
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    :? :? I think that there are many questions,in the big bang theory,that must be ansewred....for example...why there are powers like nuclear or electromagnetic who organised in that form the universe?? And why these powers are human's side??
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    Quote Originally Posted by hartios
    :? :? I think that there are many questions,in the big bang theory,that must be ansewred....for example...why there are powers like nuclear or electromagnetic who organised in that form the universe?? And why these powers are human's side??
    Personnaly, i believe, that science studies and tries to answer in what forms are those powers expressed and what results they have when the are applied.The question WHY the exist is rather philosophic.
    In the end, its music, friends, and maths..
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