Sunday, November 7, 2010

Big Bang 2.0

Scientists have used various methods to speculate what the universe was like in the moments immediately after its creation. Soon, they may be able to move from speculation to true knowledge. Researchers are gearing up to use the world's biggest particle accelerator (the Large Hadron Collider) to create, essentially, mini-Big Bangs that will help them study early matter. How cool is that?

Article: "LHC researchers 'set to create a mini-Big Bang'," by Katia Moskvitch, Science reporter, BBC News

If you're wondering why Christians should be excited about this big bang research, check out this short video clip (10 min.) by my friend, Dr. Mike Strauss, who is a particle physicist and professor at the University of Oklahoma.

Christian parents, I implore you, please teach your children about this wonderful evidence for the God of the Bible.

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