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ricksfolly

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If there were a Big bang, the parts of it that became stars and planets would have exploded in all different directions in straight lines from the source, like all explosions do, especially in a vacuum with no resistance, and there'd be no orbits like our planets. The remaining cosmos wouldn't be moving away from us (earth) as the red shift indicates that it does, unless we are considered to be the epicenter.

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If there were a Big bang, the parts of it that became stars and planets would have exploded in all different directions in straight lines from the source, like all explosions do, especially in a vacuum with no resistance, and there'd be no orbits like our planets. The remaining cosmos wouldn't be moving away from us (earth) as the red shift indicates that it does, unless we are considered to be the epicenter.

ricksfolly
my nose itches...
im not entirely sure what you're talking about
 

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If there were a Big bang, the parts of it that became stars and planets would have exploded in all different directions in straight lines from the source, like all explosions do, especially in a vacuum with no resistance, and there'd be no orbits like our planets. The remaining cosmos wouldn't be moving away from us (earth) as the red shift indicates that it does, unless we are considered to be the epicenter.

ricksfolly
Read this please. The apparent movement of distant galaxies away from us is caused by the expansion of the space in between. There is no center to the big bang.
 
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