Study Detecting Big Bang Theory Dismissed as "Space Dust"Mark Melin
A recent interstellar discovery claiming to better understand the Big Bang theory is now being called into question due to dust particles that could have contaminated the study’s results.
Gravitational waves formed the Big Bang
This past spring, Bicep, a group of astronomers, created waves by noting they had detected ripples in the sky that they claimed were gravitational waves that ushered in the event that scientists credit as forming the "Big Bang," or the start of world history.
If it were proven true, Bicep . . .
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