Proof of Our Universe Colliding With Another One?

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    The Abrahamic and other religions have claimed that other universes exist for thousands of years, and the secularists ahve derided such claims as 'pie in the sky' and similar nonsense.

    Welll, looky what science is finding out now...

    Image of the Day: Evidence of a Past Universe? Circular Patterns in the Cosmic Microwave Background

    Still, I think you can take a large field of entirely random points and find almost any geometric shape you are looking for if you look hard enough and long enough.
     
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    What did they put in your "tea"?
     
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    Do you ever actually read and think about posts, or is this conditioned reflex for you to act like an ass all you got?
     
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    Why not a few "ripples in the pond"? Why should an explosion of that magnitude create a perfectly uniform dispersable of energy and matter??

    But -- I'm not sure that's what we're seeing here --- yet..

    :tongue:
     
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    I'm not sure either, but yo would like to trust these experts to know what the hell they are talking about.

    Take away that bulls eye and I dont see a circle...it's kinda like seeing Jesus in a taco shell.
     
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    Universe 80M years older than thought...
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    Planck satellite: Maps detail Universe's ancient light
    21 March 2013 - A map tracing the "oldest light" in the sky has been produced by Europe's Planck Surveyor satellite. Its pattern confirms the Big Bang theory for the origin of the Universe but subtle, unexpected details will require scientists to adjust some of their ideas.
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    Universe ages 80M years; Big Bang gets clearer
    Mar 21,`13 -- New results from looking at the split-second after the Big Bang indicate the universe is 80 million years older than previously thought and provide ancient evidence supporting core concepts about the cosmos - how it began, what it's made of and where it's going.
     
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    Astronomers Predict Titanic Collision: Milky Way vs. Andromeda - NASA Science
     
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    :popcorn:
     
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    This is some deep stuff...too deep for me, but oh-so-fascinating trying to grasp it all.
    First thing that comes to mind is...infinity. That's all my feeble mind can hold on to. Infinity.
     
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    There is no infinity. I have been there.
     

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