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creation and destruction

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Brian Benitez

on 18 May 2011

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The Big Bang Theory Is A Theory Created To Explain What Happened At The Very Beginning Of The Universe. According The Theory Our Universe Was Created About 13.7 Billions Years Ago. The Key Idea For The Big Bang Theory Started Back In 1912, When Albert Einstein Came Up With A New Idea For The Law Of Gravity. But The Big Discovery For The Big Bang Theory Can Be Credited To Edwin Hubble. Hubble Made The Observation That The Universe Is Constantly Expanding. He Discovered That The Galaxies Velocity Is Proportional To Its Distance. There Are Many Misconceptions About The Big Bang Theory. For Example, People Tend To Think Of It As A Massive Explosion. Experts However, Say That It Was More Of A Expansion Rather Than A Huge Explosion. The Big Bang Theory is not the only theory on how the universe was created its just the most popular and widely accepted. Some of the other theories on how the Universe was created are the " Incredible Bulk " theory, " Times Arrow " theory, and the " Nows Have It " theory. Big Bang Theory This is an idea of what the Big Bang could have looked like. This Is A Representation Of What Happened And What Is Currently Happening In Our Universe. This is a graph that shows the time frame in which the things happened during and after the Big Bang. Immediately after the Big Bang, the Universe was tremendously hot as A result of particles of both matter and antimatter rushing apart in all directions. Diagram to represent the expansion during the Big Bang. The majority of the information learned from astronomers about the Big Bang was accomplished by the Hubble Telescope. the Hubble is a Telescope that is in space and is controlled from Earth. it is named after the famous Edwin Hubble, who was the scientist that discovered the Big Bang theory. An image captured by the Hubble Telescope that shows the existence of Dark Matter in space.
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