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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The Big Bang: View from Earth

I've recently been looking more deeply into my scientific graphics and have decided to provide you with another theory. I am not here to argue about the reality of the big bang or anything. I am simply here to provide you with a concise description of the theory.

As a note of reference, BTN Hip Hop had the best (though concise) description of the last info-graphic on antimatter and a link to his blog can now be found in my "important links" section. Way to go.

21 comments:

  1. Hey great post, information on the formation of our universe can be difficult to argue or understand. I am attempting to lay out some of these ideas at the laymanslaboratory.blogspot.com in a manner everyone can relate to, because everyone should have a good grasp on scientific concepts like these.

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  2. yeah but i am more into scientific stuff like evil dolphins and stuff like that.. but you can check it out yourself at iLUVi.net

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  3. at first there was nothing wich exploded :)
    seems legit

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    and i will return the favor ;)

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  4. That's amazing, my mind is blown.

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  5. Very cool. Enjoying the scientific posts.

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  6. Cool graphic, thanks for the post!
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  7. that graph is insane
    I love science info graphs

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  8. Great image, love these science ones! keep up with the good work :)

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  9. These type of things always fascinate me! I'm going to save this on my computer and observe it for a while :0

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  10. very interesting... keep the great info coming :D

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  11. Great post, physics is awesome

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  12. is it true the universe is curved, and if you travel straight long enough you'll end up where you started?

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  13. the whole universe was in a hot dense state, and nearly 50 billion years ago expansion started wait -

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  14. weirrd. good post though. I'm following your scientific odyssey now...

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  15. Interesting stuff! I like it!

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