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What are some supporting evidence of the big bang theory :)

 
Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 11:05 PM on Dec. 11, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs

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  • ok i get if I ask a question wanting deeper information i get sent to past links with head banging, ask to support the bigbang and all are ready to share....

    i get how you are now
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 12:53 AM on Dec. 12, 2009

  • I am the evidence
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:08 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

  • The Big Bang Model is supported by a number of important observations, each of which are described in more detail on separate pages:

    The expansion of the universe
    Edwin Hubble's 1929 observation that galaxies were generally receding from us provided the first clue that the Big Bang theory might be right.
    The abundance of the light elements H, He, Li
    The Big Bang theory predicts that these light elements should have been fused from protons and neutrons in the first few minutes after the Big Bang.
    The cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation
    The early universe should have been very hot. The cosmic microwave background radiation is the remnant heat leftover from the Big Bang.

    These three measurable signatures strongly support the notion that the universe evolved from a dense, nearly featureless hot gas, just as the Big Bang model predicts.
    PsychMommie

    Answer by PsychMommie at 11:15 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

  • nasa has a lot of interesting information on the big bang theory
    PsychMommie

    Answer by PsychMommie at 11:15 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

  • The big one I remember learning in science classes was the universe is moving outward from one central point.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:17 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

  • The consistency of materials built up over time in the structure of celestial bodies, the configuration of solar systems, the fiber grid of the universe that is expanding in every direction at once. The observed formation of galaxies newer than our own. The observed formation of planets newer than our own.
    NotPanicking

    Answer by NotPanicking at 11:43 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

  • In extremely simplistic terms - radiation.

    beeky

    Answer by beeky at 11:44 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

  • This doesn't prove anything.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:45 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

  • This doesn't prove anything.

    It does if you understand what you're reading.
    NotPanicking

    Answer by NotPanicking at 11:48 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

  • This doesn't prove anything.

    It does if you understand what you're reading.

    And therein lies the problem. It is clear that she does not understand even the basics of what she is reading.
    KristiS11384

    Answer by KristiS11384 at 11:51 PM on Dec. 11, 2009

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