for scene 43 of the video " Big Bang Blow-Out 1: Entropy versus Anti-entropy" by Rolf Witzsche
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Fortunately, we see no evidence
Fortunately, we see no evidence that the theory is even remotely credible. If a big explosion had created all matter in the universe, which the explosion expanded and forged with it all visible forms, then the distribution of matter would have become diffused with the cube of the distance, according to the dynamics of an explosion. This means that the primordial matter would have become spread so thin farther out that almost nothing would be found in distant places, much less the gigantic volumes of it that supposedly condense into clusters of galaxies. If the Big Bang theory was correct, there souldn't be anything much to be seen in the universe. Of course, this is not how the universe reveals itself to the viewers with telescopes.
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