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Wade Hampton III

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In The Beginning

PostMon Feb 18, 2019 3:30 am

There is a large suite of scientific evidence that supports
the picture of the expanding Universe and the Big Bang. The
entire mass-energy of the Universe was released in an event
lasting less than 10^-30 seconds in duration; the most
energetic thing ever to occur in our Universe's history.
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If you look farther and farther away, you also look farther
and farther into the past. The earlier you go, the hotter
and denser, as well as less-evolved, the Universe turns out
to be. The earliest signals can even, potentially, tell us
about what happened prior to the moments of the hot Big Bang.
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An illustration of the early Universe as consisting of
quantum foam, where quantum fluctuations are large, varied,
and important on the smallest of scales. During inflation,
these fluctuations get stretched across all scales in the
Universe, reaching arbitrarily larger ones over time.
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https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswith ... 7463734265

The Universe is out there, waiting for you to discover it!
...and there are NO JEWS out there!
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Re: In The Beginning

PostTue Feb 19, 2019 11:12 pm

Are you sure there's no Jews out there? :shock:

Were I in charge of conquering the universe, it would be safe to assume they're out there in some form or another waiting for us to allow them to sink their fangs into us there too. Naturally, I'd plan accordingly with Cosmotheist principles. 8-)
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Re: In The Beginning

PostWed Feb 20, 2019 12:52 am

Jim Mathias wrote:Are you sure there's no Jews out there?


Well...no...but then I have seen no evidence of Caucasian-like behavior out there either.
I am beginning to subscribe to the notion that perhaps within all of that real estate out
there, sentient life as manifested by the Caucasian race may very well be unique in
the Universe in that is in fact, the first.

Awesome thought. But then, isn't that the basis of Cosmotheist thought...as hinted at by
the founder, WLP? I think so.
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Re: In The Beginning

PostSun Mar 03, 2019 9:01 pm

Temperature at the birth of the universe was 10^32nd power Kelvin.
In 100 seconds it cooled down to 1,000,000,000° kelvin. At the
instant of the birth of the universe, there were apparently equal
parts of matter and antimatter. But during the process of combining
and annihilating one another, for reasons not completely understood,
one particle of matter out of every 1 billion survived. That tiny
amount is responsible for everything we see in the universe,
including ourselves (the Caucasianj race). At the speed of light,
time does not exist. A light photon departs and arrives simultaneously.
It is a single event transfer of energy. That is regardless of the
distance. From the point of view of a sub- lightspeed reference frame,
light travels at nearly 300,000 km/s. If light were making an around
the world trip, it could circle the Earth nearly 8 times in one second.
There are approximately 1 billion trillion stars in the visible universe.
If that number sounds a little odd, it simply means that you would
need 1 billion containers, each holding 1 trillion stars. That’s more
stars than all the grains of sand on all the beaches of planet Earth.

Every atom in your body, heavier than Lithium, up to iron, was created
in the gradual deaths of stars of the same approximate size as our Sun.
Every atom in your body, heavier than iron, was created in supernova
explosions, the deaths of stars 5 times or larger than our Sun. Your
body is composed of the ash of long dead stars.

“We are a way for the Cosmos to know itself.”
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