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    [color=darkblue:20o5esiu]Found this interesting and thought I’d share it:[/color:20o5esiu]

    [u:20o5esiu][b:20o5esiu]A Day Without Yesterday[/b:20o5esiu][/u:20o5esiu]

    [color=green:20o5esiu]In January 1933, the Belgian mathematician and Catholic priest Georges Lemaitre traveled with Albert Einstein to California for a series of seminars. After the Belgian detailed his Big Bang theory, Einstein stood up applauded, and said, “This is the most beautiful and satisfactory explanation of creation to which I have ever listened.” Lemaitre’s theory, the idea that there was a burst of fireworks which marked the beginning of time and space on “a day without yesterday”, was a radical departure from prevailing scientific understandings, though it has since come to be the most probable explanation for the origin of the universe. [/color:20o5esiu]

    http://catholiceducation.org/articles/s … c0022.html


    Andres Ortiz




    Outstanding post!

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