Transcript for scene 21 of the video " Big Bang Blow-Out 1: Entropy versus Anti-entropy" by Rolf Witzsche  

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The Big Bang theory is paradoxical

The Big Bang theory is paradoxical for also another reason. This too, is rather obvious. The theory states that all matter in the universe was created in one place in the first 3 minutes of the explosion, and has been expanding outwardly thereafter for 13.8 billion years. If this was true, the material density of the universe would diminish outward with the cube of the distance from the source. At the rate of expansion that is theorized, the material distribution in distant regions should be so thinly spread that almost nothing should exist in distant places. Instead, the opposite is true.

 

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