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View Poll Results: Do you think E=MC^2 Applies to the Universe Prior to the Big Bang
Yes - Explain Your Reasoning 2 28.57%
No - Explain Your Reasoning 5 71.43%
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Old August 10 2014, 09:56 PM   #91
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Re: Does E=MC^2 Exist in Universal Constant Prior to the Big Bang?

I'm not an expert on social media, but this thread has jumped the sharknado.
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Old August 11 2014, 12:23 AM   #92
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Re: Does E=MC^2 Exist in Universal Constant Prior to the Big Bang?

We're onto chainsawing sharks now, jumping is so last century.
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Old August 11 2014, 01:50 AM   #93
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We're onto chainsawing sharks now, jumping is so last century.
Sharks are out altogether. We nuke fridges now.
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Old August 11 2014, 11:41 AM   #94
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Chainsawing sharks! Send for Damien Hirst immediately!
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Old August 11 2014, 09:23 PM   #95
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It's fascinating how people with absolutely no understanding of a scientific field can confidently declare their own theories that the entire profession has just missed or got wrong.
Declaring your own hypothesis can be okay as long as you can make a good case for it. The problem is the OP clearly doesn't understand what the so-called "Big Bang Theory" actually says. To wit:

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Perhaps prior to the Big Bang there was a tremendous amount of energy released somewhere else in the Universe
Time isn't defined before the Big Bang, so there was no "prior". Space wasn't defined before the Big Bang, so there was no "elsewhere". Until you understand that, you'll just be spouting gibberish.

Or, it's fine to have your own theory. Just explain it -- but don't keep referring to the existing "Big Bang Theory" which is incompatible.

But what kind of heat would it have been? Possibly Dark Matter or Dark Energy produced heat.
It's not the heat. It's the humidity.

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This thread is the sharknado. I'm waiting for the OP to bite my head off.
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Old August 11 2014, 09:52 PM   #96
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It's not the heat. It's the humidity.
Knock it off, Hudson.
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Old August 11 2014, 10:15 PM   #97
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That's it, man. Game over, man. Game over.
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Old August 12 2014, 12:29 AM   #98
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Not until we reach the Sharkularity.
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