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Abbey
03-27-2014, 01:43 PM
I see the hand of God in this; I know others will not. At the least, with the discovery of such universe-shattering concepts, I hope people will come to understand how very little we understand.


Space-time ripples hint at physics beyond the big bang



Updated 17:05 26 March 2014 by Lisa Grossman (http://www.newscientist.com/search?rbauthors=Lisa+Grossman)


Slivers of a second after the universe was born, It ballooned exponentially in the blink of an eye. This vision of cosmic expansion, called inflation, got a big boost last week with the announcement of the first sighting of primordial gravitational waves, ripples in space-time linked to the universe's rapid growth spurt.
The findings reported by the team that ran the BICEP2 experiment at the South Pole are already helping physicists sort through the mountain of theories for how inflation happened (see our video of gravitational waves explained with a towel and apple).
But there are a few wrinkles, including the fact that hints of the waves seem much more pronounced than they should be, according to previous observations of the early universe. Resolving the discrepancies perhaps using results due out later this year from the Planck space telescope might give a glimpse of physics from before the big bang. Or it might mean inflation is out, and that we actually have the first whiff of evidence for string theory.
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More: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25293-spacetime-ripples-hint-at-physics-beyond-the-big-bang.html#.UzRhb_ldXPY

Noir
03-28-2014, 03:59 AM
Well thats convenient xD
If scientists had not found evidence for these ripples in space-time would you're thread have started 'i do not see the hand of god in this'?

Tyr-Ziu Saxnot
03-28-2014, 07:10 AM
Well thats convenient xD
If scientists had not found evidence for these ripples in space-time would you're thread have started 'i do not see the hand of god in this'?

What you called "convenient" was actually "insightful" on her part.
Do you often mix up words like that?==Tyr

aboutime
03-28-2014, 03:11 PM
Well thats convenient xD
If scientists had not found evidence for these ripples in space-time would you're thread have started 'i do not see the hand of god in this'?


Nobody would expect a Non-believer to 'see' such a thing. Thankfully. We believers have no reason to explain, or find excuses to show you about anything.

We call it Faith. As in Belief in the Unseen.
If you, or others choose not to have faith, or believe. That's not OUR PROBLEM.
You can all deny whatever you want.
But most of us will still say "GOD BLESS YOU" If you sneeze.

Abbey
04-01-2014, 05:52 PM
Well thats convenient xD
If scientists had not found evidence for these ripples in space-time would you're thread have started 'i do not see the hand of god in this'?

You were part of the comment, "Others will not (see God in it)". But I guess that isn't even good enough for you. You are not happy unless God is left completely out of the conversation.

Unless of course it is to mock Him or Believers. Then we can comment away.

Tough.

fj1200
04-01-2014, 05:57 PM
I see the hand of God in this...

Of course, the hand of God is in all the cosmos. :)

aboutime
04-01-2014, 07:23 PM
You were part of the comment, "Others will not (see God in it)". But I guess that isn't even good enough for you. You are not happy unless God is left completely out of the conversation.

Unless of course it is to mock Him or Believers. Then we can comment away.

Tough.


Noir. All of us are happy about your posts on this topic. But YOU alone, prove to the rest of us Believers...The GOD we worship, and have faith in DOES have a great Sense of Humor.

Take a long look in a mirror.