User talk:Willbown

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Big Bang[edit]

Hi! Per my comment on Talk:Big bang, I am answering the question here.

I'll first need to ask you to clarify the question - there are a lot of possibilities between "nothing to say" and "tells us how," i.e. your two positions are opposite extremes on a scale, rather than there being a "distinction." I would agree that as we go back in time we generally know less. I am not sure that there's any time where it would be accurate to say we know "nothing" - for example, we can be quite confident that at no point at or after t=0 did the universe look like what it does today (galaxies, stars, humans...) The exact moment of t=0 (the "origin," under some meanings of the word) is a special case, but I don't think it's completely clear that it is meaningful to even use the term "exact moment" as that may have been the beginning of time itself. I look forward to your response - although keep in mind that while I have a decent knowledge of physics I am not a physicist myself, so if you want a detailed discussion I recommend asking elsewhere, such as WikiProject Physics. Arc de Ciel (talk) 05:50, 25 May 2013 (UTC)

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