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The Genesis of the Universe

The Genesis of the Universe

(8:29) Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson's brief and brilliant history of our 13-billion-year universe, compressed into 8 minutes.

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Guest: (1109 days ago)

"In the beginning, all the space, all the matter and all the energy of the universe were contained...."

If there already was a universe, then it's not the beginning.

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"In the beginning, all the space, all the matter and all the energy of the universe were contained...."

If there already was a universe, then it's not the beginning.

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Guest: Read more (1109 days ago)

Nope.. 'The Universe is all of time and space and its contents' - and there was Nothing like that in the beginning.

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Nope.. 'The Universe is all of time and space and its contents' - and there was Nothing like that in the beginning.

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Guest: Guesting (1107 days ago)

... of the current universe.

Why is it that people who have no understanding of an issue think they understand more than scientists? I am confused by that. We have many of those in here...

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... of the current universe.

Why is it that people who have no understanding of an issue think they understand more than scientists? I am confused by that. We have many of those in here...

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Guest: Asterix (1107 days ago)
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maybe because scientists quite frequently don't understand themselves. They are supposed to be searching for the truth, and not forcing their views on others.

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maybe because scientists quite frequently don't understand themselves. They are supposed to be searching for the truth, and not forcing their views on others.

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