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The quote in the OP from the creation article is an accurate summary of a mainstream Science Daily article: Big Bang's Afterglow Fails Intergalactic 'Shadow' Test: If the standard Big Bang theory of the universe is accurate and the background microwave radiation came to Earth from the furthest edges of the universe, then massive X-ray emitting clusters of ...


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This is based on an April Fools joke posted on the NOVA Next blog, April 1, 2015. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/physics/lhc-accidental-rainbow-universe/ "Jessica Czerniski", who is quoted in the article, is a made-up name, and all Google hits for that name lead to copies of this article. I found no other indication of anyone by that name having ...


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The main flaw in your idea is the assumption that the expansion of the universe is a result of the velocity, and thus the kinetic energy, of objects in the universe increasing as the universe expands. This isn't the case. The idea behind cosmic inflation is that space itself is what is increasing, not the velocity/energy of objects. Objects aren't actually ...


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The Big Bang was the whole universe. There was no "centre" to the Big Bang; the (hypothetical) point source was all of the universe. There was no space expanding from that point, space itself was expanding. Hence light from the BB was everywhere in the whole universe. If you were there it would be like living in the middle of a massive fireball - so there ...


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