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Man-made nuclear bomb: ONE best evidence of Big Bang.
(In 1964, radio astronomers Amo Penzias and Robert Wilson detected cosmic  microwave background radiation covering entire outer  space, believed remnant  of Big Bang, below another  d iscovery  appears exceptionally good).  Atom is 99.999999999999% space., meaning its components, re-electrons, protons, neutrons, quarks, are all that spacious. If atom is the size of 20 basketballs rolled into one, the size of its nucleus is like a grain of sand, and if the size of the nucleus is 20 basketballs rolled into one, the size of the innermost quark is like a grain of sand. From such hollow nucleus, particularly, its innermost hollow  quarks, originates the  mind-boggling nuclear bomb explosion, unbelievable several  million times greater than conventional bomb. Such nuclear bomb release uncannily is similar to the first and biggest nuclear explosion of all time, the Big Bang. Big Bang originated from incredible  proton-size point that exploded (others consider it inflation) into the biggest nuclear explosion of all time and  made up the whole universe,  re- the stars, planets, galaxies. Two formidable evidences support Big Bang , re-. the detected CMBR or comic microwave background radiation  all over outer space, and  the red-shifting of all galaxies, indicating expansion of the universe.. There is now another evidence, right here on earth, before our very eyes . The  man-made nuclear bomb explosion, fusion or fission, is uncanny a likeness,  a reminder, of the mother Big Bang.. Where does such unconceivable point mass of  nucleus (.mass of .000000000001%, more or less, of total area of nucleus) get its mind-boggling energy release? Nuclear release is  E=MC2 but how and why  such incredible  micro-micro point mass of nucleus (pre-Designed) account for massive destructions unless it is inherited from source, the Big Bang.. As a matter of fact, all nuclear explosions/generations, re- supernova explosion,  meteor nuclear collision, nuclear generating plant, nuclear generated  sun, stars, all nuclears are inherent of  Big Bang, in keeping with law of conservation that nothing is lost nor destroyed.    From proton-sized mass, Big Bang  incredibly exploded and made up the total matters of the universe, such Big Bang expanded by itself, inflating by itself, infinitely, yet nothing added, nothing lessened, from its most infinite compact original proton-size point... Like Big Bang, from a 99.999999999999% vacuum atom, a modern nuclear bomb, with gross weight of a THOUSAND kilograms can produce a mind-boggling BILLION kilograms of conventional explosive, the nuclear release expands by itself, inflates by itself, unlimitedly, nothing added, nothing reduced, than its net weight..  Man-made nuclear bomb is the best evidence that nuclear Big Bang did occur... . Why man-made nuclear bomb is best evidence?: As before our very eyes, we see how man-made nuclear bomb is, before and after explosion, …. we are seeing, too,  nuclear Big Bang, before and after.


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« Reply #1 on: 10/02/2010 05:29:54 »
"The Big Bang" was a term coined by an opponent of the big bang theory, and it stuck. It implies an explosion, but what actually happened was an expansion of space-time.

I was unable to follow your twisted logic, a nuclear bomb explosion is nothing like what happened in the big bang. A nuclear explosion is mass converting to energy, the big bang was the opposite.

And there is more very strong evidence other than the redshift measurement and the CBR. Spectroscopy tells us that the gas clouds that stars form from is composed of approximately 75% hydrogen and 25% helium. But why are these gases so abundant and why are they in this ratio? In 1948 George Gamow was the first to calculate that as the universe expanded and cooled and energy began to condense into matter, it should consist of 75% hydrogen, and 25% helium. George Gamow also predicted the CBR, the temperature and wavelength of which is exactly what we would expect if the big bang were true.

We can also see from comparing the oldest galaxies we can see to the youngest how galaxies evolve, and we can calculate the age of the oldest white dwarf stars based on their temperature, and it all fits with the big bang theory.



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« Reply #2 on: 10/02/2010 07:05:31 »
" a modern nuclear bomb, with gross weight of a THOUSAND kilograms can produce a mind-boggling BILLION kilograms of conventional explosive,"
No, it can't.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 10/02/2010 07:46:33 »
Though we can never know what really happened, we can deduce from evidence: Where do all these matters come, if not from Big Bang, thus, it has inherent ingredients of Big Bang, the original biggest explosion that subsequently inflated/slided frictionlessly in  spacetime of Dr. Einstein up to now…call it acceleration of the universe. All matters and energy came from INFINITY PROTON-SIZED POINT Big Bang, all matters and energies are convertible from one to the other, in keeping with the Law of Conservation, that nothing is lost nor destroyed. Is it not the proton fusion and fission, which converts a thousand kilograms to a billion kilogram energy (see wikipedia), one the best evidence of that biggest explosion of all times, call it Big Bang.

What all astronomical telescopes see accelerate, redshift, outward  is not spacetime but matter, galaxies, quasars. Spacetime was made ahead of Big Bang. Even in intuitional religions, space, heaven, was created first before matter..


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« Reply #4 on: 10/02/2010 08:02:52 »
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Spacetime was made ahead of Big Bang.

No, the big bang was the inflation of spacetime.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 10/02/2010 11:31:39 »


Can a picture be painted without a canvass...

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« Reply #6 on: 10/02/2010 12:15:43 »
The big bang was the expansion of the canvas
 

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« Reply #7 on: 10/02/2010 14:06:53 »
In many ways, the development of nuclear weapons, especially the H-bomb, did provide some of the best evidence for the big bang model. The theories of nuclear interactions and the technology developed to model those interactions lead the way for George Gamow and those developing his early work to model the nuclear reactions in the early universe. These theories lead to the use of the relative abundance of light elements in the universe as evidence for the big bang theory and they lead to the use of the background radiation, and its details, as evidence for the big bang theory. These have been two of the most convincing pieces of evidence in the cosmological community.
 

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« Reply #8 on: 11/02/2010 01:21:52 »
Thank you for agreeing, though  the man-made nuclear bomb as evidence was my independent research.. it is a continuity of the work of  Eminent Scientist  Gamow and other scientists. that Big Bang was nuclear explosion. .

But my further concept is that spacetime came into being ahead of Big Bang, that Dr. Einstein could be right on his original concept of “cosmological constant” as being constant, static, in agreement with another Eminent Fred Holye. Spacetime could have permeated all of outer space, including the farthest recesses of the universe,. that there is no such thing as perfect void.  Spacetime was there already, constructed, made ahead of matter, of Big Bang.. What is expanding up to now is, as detected, are matters, re- the galaxies, stars, the red-shifting,  but spacetime, which is no other than his “cosmological constant”, could be/remains stable.  Big Bang, made up of fundamental particles, could have spelled over spacetime and spread, expand, just like water thrown to floor that spread to lower level.floor.,

At that great distant galaxies, both such expanding matter galaxies and the skein of spacetime, both play role that creates, makes detected red-shifts…of ALL galaxies, the more distant, the more red-shift.

I am just presenting this concept, just a food for thought, but not to create chaos.……


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« Reply #9 on: 11/02/2010 18:51:59 »
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"my further concept is that spacetime came into being ahead of Big Bang"
If it did, how would we know?
If there is any way in which, in principle, we could answer the question then please let me know what it is.
If there isn't then it's a like "how many angels can dance on the head of a pin?" There might be an answer but there's no point wasting time trying to guess what it is.
Such questions (i.e. those to which the answer cannot, even in principle, be found) are not part of science.
 

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« Reply #10 on: 11/02/2010 21:49:31 »
The fact that there is no perfect void in outer space, that the farthest recesses of the universe on which  the galaxies, quasars is accelerating, for the first time, is ot perfect void,  but is infinite vacant,  infinite space, re- cosmological constant of Dr. Einstein..


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« Reply #11 on: 11/02/2010 22:00:36 »
The fact that there is no perfect void in outer space, that the farthest recesses of the universe on which  the galaxies, quasars is accelerating, for the first time, is not  perfect void,  but is infinite vacant,  infinite space, re- cosmological constant.


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« Reply #12 on: 12/02/2010 06:54:56 »
Why post that twice?

Anyway, all those observations are consistent with the "traditional" big bang. They don't support your conjecture.
 

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« Reply #13 on: 13/02/2010 13:14:16 »

Do not be too sure. Remember..Dr. Einstein original contention of  cosmological constant and that Lamaitre was a priest. Based on observation of single supernova on 1998...the expansion of the universe is accelerating faster.


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« Reply #14 on: 13/02/2010 22:07:10 »
So what?
If it turns out that there is some other force acting that produces an expansion it still doesn't support your conjecture
 

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« Reply #15 on: 19/02/2010 04:36:25 »


No one can say absolutely he is right or wrong.


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