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Scientific explanations of the world
Transcript of Scientific explanations of the world
BIG BANG THEORY
The history of the Theory
The theory's major boost
Evidence of evolution
The Big Bang theory states that the Universe started as a extremely dense little speck that was super hot. That tiny little speck held every thing we know today in the universe. It also holds stuff we don't know about.
Then all of a sudden the tiny speck you once saw is now enormously big. One second it's the size of your hand, then the size of a basketball, and so on until now.
A Belgian priest called
believed that the universe started from a single atom. Basically a tiny speck that was dense and very hot.
When the people that worked by the Edwin Hubble observatory saw that the galaxies were moving away from each other, they knew that, that movement only happened when there was cosmic microwave radiation.
Cosmic microwave radiation
What does the theory state?
So who thought of it first?
But even now the universe is still getting bigger from the explosion.
At first scientist didn't believe his theory because he had no proof.
Until, Edwin Hubble unknowing of Georges' theory, discovered that the galaxies were moving away from each other at a very fast pace.
Georges found out about Edwin's discovery. He used Edwin's discovery as evidence.
Is this evolution?
Create a leaflet on the Big Bang theory. Use all of the knowledge we've learnt together, as well as illustrations and further research you can find or have learnt in other subjects.