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Old 03-31-2009, 06:14 PM   #16
GarfieldJL
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No. It was all there already.
There is evidence to suggest the big bang did occur.

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Originally Posted by Ray Jones
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservation_of_energy. I think you mix things up a bit.
You both have it wrong, mass and energy can be swapped with each other.

E=mc^2

However, there are some things where the laws of physics tend to break down, such as a quantum singularity.

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Originally Posted by Ray Jones
It would be quite surprising if you show me something immaterial inside time and space, or vice versa. Since the material is defined through time and space your argument is a pleonasm at best. .
How about Dark Matter and Dark Energy, I couldn't show you either of those in real life yet both are argued by scientists to exist. Just because you can't see something or readily observe something does not mean it doesn't exist.
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