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Cosmology has always been an interesting area of study for me For as long as I can remember every time I look up at the night sky a million questions pop into my head Questions such as Is there an intelligent life out there How large is space does it expand infinitely if it does what does it expand into These and many other questions still plague my mind We can define Cosmology as the study of the heavens as a whole including theories about its origin evolution large-scale structure and future I would definitely agree to this description and would like to explain my point of view of the topics that Cosmology covers Personally I tend to believe that the big bang theory may have an explanation for the current state of our universe The idea that all of this exploded from a super mass isnt too hard to believe It gives good reason to the expansion of the universe and the 360degree view of the universe this because the explosion would have sent mass outward in every direction but I wouldnt think of it as the origin of the universe I mean in my mind something had to be there to cause this super mass Was the universe contracting until it formed this huge mass I believe that we may never know how the universe came about rather have some idea as to what came directly before its current state as well as before that and so on We could come up with ideas until we die and someone would just continue in our footsteps I do have one idea as to how this super mass which is the being behind the big bang theory came to be one mass Scientists as well as philosophers and just about anyone you talk to can tell you that the universe is still expanding today possibly because of the big bang Though
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