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Author Topic:   Things evolutionists can't (or can???) explain?
Percy
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Message 18 of 46 (55083)
09-12-2003 7:52 AM
Reply to: Message 17 by Silent H
09-11-2003 11:57 PM


Re: Big Bang
holmes writes:
Something had to happen to the anti-matter that was initially created, or for some reason the rates of creation between matter and anti-matter are not completely equal.
Hopefully someone who knows more will post, but I *do* know that physicists are searching for evidence of a small asymmetry in the laws of physics that would give preference to matter. My recollection is that they've found evidence consistent with this possibility, but nothing so certain as to confirm it.
--Percy

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Percy
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Message 40 of 46 (55442)
09-14-2003 7:38 PM
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09-14-2003 7:26 PM


messenjaH writes:
Evolution as I explained before has an explanation for this, the Big Bang, so maybe this thread should be in the Big Bang forum but evolution relies on the Big Bang to explain how things started.
All matter and energy in the universe was once part of the Big Bang. This means that everything on the earth was once part of the Big Bang. If you're going to insist on your point of view, then this means that everything, not just evolution, "relies on the Big Bang to explain how things started." If you want to claim this for evolution, then you must also claim it for geology, chemistry, physics and astronomy and all the other sciences.
Because evolution (biology, actually) is no different from all the other branches of science, it makes no sense for you to single out evolution alone as relying on the Big Bang. All the other sciences rely upon it to an equal extent. The Big Bang is not, has never been and never will be an object of study for biologists and evolutionists. The Big Bang is a topic of cosmology, not biology.
--Percy

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