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How do we know the Big Bang happened?

How do we know the Big Bang happened? | Creation of our universe | Scoop.it
Most scientists accept that the Universe began with a Big Bang. But how do we know about something that happened so long ago?

Via Mathew Hayes, Chelsea Pemberton
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There are many different stories that have enough evidence to prove the creation of the universe. This article is telling us that the Big Bang is the real deal and the theory actually did happen. One of these theories has to be true, but everyone will believe their own thing. This wesbsite tells us that after the big bang it left an unknown number of rays of light and signals (cosmic microwaveback ground). Even though there is enough evidence to prove this Big Bang theory did happen, plenty of people are left unconvinced.

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Chelsea Pemberton's curator insight, September 2, 2013 10:45 PM

The point this site is trying to make is that how do we actually know that the big bang happened, the way they are proving that it did happen is by pointing out obvious facts. For example, the universe is expanding. The site tells us about how when we look at the sky at night we see all the stars but they’re still come fuzzy patches that we need a telescope to actually see clearly, and we also would think that the stars are moving towards us but they’re not most of them are actually moving away. We can see the afterglow of the big bang, and it tells us that we cannot see it with a naked eye but if we have the right telescopes we can see it which comes at least a little bit close to proving that the big bang did happen. This site has all different facts on how to prove that the big bang actually did happen.

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The Origin of the Universe – Three Views | Musings on Science and ...

The Origin of the Universe – Three Views | Musings on Science and ... | Creation of our universe | Scoop.it
Without the cosmological constant Einstein's equation predicted an expanding universe, and he was convinced that this meant that something was missing from his theory. But the data quickly showed that the universe was, in fact, ...
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donna dedic's comment, September 2, 2013 9:52 AM
This is a very interesting piece of writing, it was easy to read and kept me entertained. There is a lot of engaging information in this text that taught me so much new information about the creation of the universe. It talks plenty about Albert Einstein and the Expansion of the Universe and the way they think the universe started. A few different theories/scenarios are talked about in this article, but it made it hard for me to see which theory to believe.
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Creationism Destroyed. Evolution Evidence

Creationism Destroyed. Evolution Evidence | Creation of our universe | Scoop.it
This status should address and correct all creatonists on this page.
First off we’ll start with Creationism.
- Intelligent Design Argument.
This Universe is NOT intelligently designed. If you look at...
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donna dedic's comment, August 27, 2013 6:47 AM
Richy Wilson states that our scientific facts are more reliable then the bible facts. He has proven in this article that many things in the bible are not true. Some of the things he talked about was the proof of god, mythical creatures like the unicorn and dragons, and also mention Adam and Eve which all leads up to the creation of the Universe. Richy talks about how all these theories are left without any evidence while all the scientific theories like the way Gravity was discovered have evidence because it has been tested and is observable.
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First Hundred Thousand Years of Our Universe

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 A new analysis of cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation data by researchers with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has taken the furthest look back through time yet – 100 years to 300,000 years after the Big Bang – and provided tantalizing new hints of clues as to what might have happened.


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donna dedic's comment, August 27, 2013 7:42 AM
This article talks about how the best way to find out answers and solve mysteries and that way is to go backwards. They believe revisiting the scene and look for evidence or any sorts of clues will help them find the answer. Scientists are trying to go back as much as they can to the Big Bang to research more about it.
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Scientists Unravel Evolution of the Early Universe with Ultracold Atoms - Science World Report

Scientists Unravel Evolution of the Early Universe with Ultracold Atoms - Science World Report | Creation of our universe | Scoop.it
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donna dedic's comment, September 2, 2013 10:39 PM
A short article talking about the Big Bang and how it was an explosion that generated sound. I have read many articles about the Big Bang theory now and i am definitely convinced that the Big Bang Theory really was the beginning of the universe.
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Scientists revise Big Bang theory: there may be multiple universes

Scientists revise Big Bang theory: there may be multiple universes | Creation of our universe | Scoop.it
A NEW examination of what is essentially the universe's birth certificate allows astronomers to tweak the age, girth and speed of the cosmos, more secure in their knowledge of how it evolved, what it's made of and its ultimate fate.

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Chile telescope unveils depths of universe - Aljazeera.com

Chile telescope unveils depths of universe - Aljazeera.com | Creation of our universe | Scoop.it
Chile telescope unveils depths of universe Aljazeera.com Gazing into the furthest reaches of the universe could become a whole lot easier, thanks to a new telescope invented in Chile, which has been been referred to by experts as the astronomy...
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donna dedic's comment, August 27, 2013 6:55 AM
Wow, the skill and technique this telescope has is incredible. Having the ability to investigate and observe our universe and the galaxy is so interesting. The two large telescopes costed approximately $184 million US dollars, so no wonder they came to good use. Telescopes are a definitely good resource to look for answers about the universe and its beginning
donna dedic's comment, August 28, 2013 2:56 AM
I found this video a lot more easier to understand and pick up the information better rather than reading off a text. A lot of information was mentioned and the video provides a great deal of interesting facts.