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goodman
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Message 1 of 11 (58032)
09-26-2003 3:12 PM


Hello,
my friend and me made a site about big bang.
We had some prize and congratulations.
So you have to see it , it's serious.
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/bigbangtpe
Thanks.

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crashfrog
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Message 2 of 11 (58083)
09-26-2003 7:42 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by goodman
09-26-2003 3:12 PM


Looks like a pretty cool site, Bon Homme. I don't speak enough French to really evaluate it, though.

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goodman
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Message 3 of 11 (58148)
09-27-2003 7:55 AM
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09-26-2003 7:42 PM


thanks
thanks i'm sorry that you don't know french language.Maybe i' will translate this site but i don't know when.Thanks to your replie.

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goodman
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Message 4 of 11 (58149)
09-27-2003 7:58 AM
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09-27-2003 7:55 AM


I FORGOT TO SAY THAT IT WILL BE GREAT IF YOU CLICK ON THE PUBICITY LIKE THIS WE COULD PERFORM THIS SITE AND MAYBE TRANSLATE .

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John
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Message 5 of 11 (58216)
09-27-2003 6:32 PM
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09-26-2003 3:12 PM


Hey,

My French isn't world class but it is good enough to appreciate the site. What I've read looks good, and the layout is nice as well.

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www.hells-handmaiden.com


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Buzsaw
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Message 6 of 11 (58219)
09-27-2003 7:17 PM


According to Rich Gore of National Geographic a few decades ago, the Big Ban was initiated by an explosion of a submicroscopic bit of space billions of times smaller than the proton of an atom some 20 billion years ago to expand into everything that exists. It was several pages along. I saved the article but don't know where I've put it so as to answer much about it. However I do remember clearly that he used the phrase, 'area of space' in describing the original source of the big bang explosion.

Hmmm, 'area of space'......isn't that quite synonimous with nothing?


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Message 7 of 11 (58388)
09-28-2003 10:11 PM
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09-27-2003 7:17 PM


quote:
Hmmm, 'area of space'......isn't that quite synonimous with nothing?

No. Space is just a property of the gravitational field. What you're talking about is inflation, which happens after the big bang.


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goodman6
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Message 8 of 11 (142595)
09-15-2004 6:44 PM


translation
translation is ready, can you say us if there are somme mistakes and what they are?
thanks

  
goodman6
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Message 9 of 11 (142919)
09-17-2004 10:57 AM


i'm sad
nobody want to help french guys?

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coffee_addict
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Message 10 of 11 (142988)
09-17-2004 5:48 PM
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09-17-2004 10:57 AM


Re: i'm sad
Je suis ici.

There are also comets, which are stars having a solid and irregular core made up of gravels, ice and dust.

We English speaking people don't usually refer to comets as "stars."

It looks pretty good. However, since it is so general, there isn't much critique I can think of.

Here is a suggestion. You can describe the mechanics of our solar system, such as the direction of the planets' orbits, and use that to support the current model of the formation of our solar system. You can also explain how the composition of the inner planets (being rocky) and the composition of the outer planets (being gasseous) fits in perfectly with our model.

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goodman6
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Message 11 of 11 (142990)
09-17-2004 5:53 PM


thanks
thanks a lot for your comments and your suggestion, we will see what we will do with my friend.

  
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