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It seems pretty unlikely that laws of physics don't change over time, Entropy would see to that.
I mean, honestly, how can chaos be lawful? You either have a descent into chaos or you dont.
What's so special about stupid old energy that only it should suffer entropy, why shouldn't laws be affected too?
The fact that we're 'seeing' this radiation is proof that it's moving through space, right? It isn't just loitering around in our vicinity with nothing better to do. So the radiation we saw last week must now be gone forever. It sounds like this radiation must have been tavelling past us and 'disappearing forever' for the last umpteen billion years. why is it STIIL travelling past us in a way that we can register with instruments?
In case if it is a gas giant, it is spread in a wide area and more particles are exposed to energy, resulting in curvature. Though energy is weak particles gets into its grip.
Albert Einstein for example may have found it a 'big deal' and decided to hide the truth to protect societal interests. I wonder, what may those interests have been?
Some recent sources show that the Big Bang theory may be incorrect:
Big Bang theory wrong? Star older than Universe discovered - threat of ‘scientific crisis’
The Big Bang theory has been thrown into question after scientists discovered a star which appears to be older than the Universe itself – and it could lead to a “scientific crisis”.
Source: https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1162808/big-bang-theory-how-old-is-universe-physics-news-astronomy-space-2019 [nofollow]
Big Bang theory wrong: Black hole found that's so big and old it makes Big Bang impossible
Astronomers have spotted a black hole that is as old as the universe itself, putting a huge question mark over the Big Bang theory.
Source: https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/889405/black-hole-big-bang-theory-wrong-big-bounce-universe-space [nofollow]
When the Universe is to be considered infinite, how likely would those ideas remain?
Carbon always has six protons. It wouldn't be carbon otherwise.Now, how many electrons does carbon have in this state 5 or 6? and what is the hybridization state of carbon here SP^3 or SP^2?