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The Evolution of the Universe 1 The Evolution of the Universe Lisa Phillips Earth Science PHSC 1001-1 Dr. Gabriel Clay Walden University October 30, 2009
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The Evolution of the Universe 2 The evolution of the universe is a controversial argument that will go on for years. No matter what the answers are, the questions never change. How was the universe created, and how did we get here? There are many different theories to suggest different answers to these questions. Some theories are of scientific explanations while others come from a religious point of view. Two scientific explanations to the creation of the universe are the Big Bang Theory and the Nebular Hypothesis. There is a connection between the two. The nebular hypothesis relates to the creation of the solar system, and we assume that the universe already exists thanks to the Big Bang. What existed prior to this is completely unknown and is a matter of pure speculation. The Big Bang Theory is a hypothesis that explains the creation of the universe. At one time all matter was concentrated in a singularity, which for some unknown reason exploded, throwing all material now seen in the universe outward from that central point. The “Hubble’s
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHSC 1001 taught by Professor Gabrielclay during the Fall '09 term at Walden University.

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