A History of Ideas: Astronomer Carole Mundell on the Big Bang

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A History of Ideas: Astronomer Carole Mundell on the Big Bang

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Gillian Anderson on Astronomer Carole Mundell on the Big Bang

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Did the universe have a distinct starting moment, or has it always existed (the Steady State Theory)? Most scientists now favour the Big Bang theory that the universe exploded from an unimaginably dense concentration of energy. That’s what all the evidence points to, but could there be something else that explains how the universe came into being from apparent nothingness?

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