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Saturday, March 18, 2006

More evidence for the big bang continues, specifically the inflation theory, thanks to the NASA probe WMAP. The age of the universe is now estimated at 13.7 billion years old following the big bang that caused one tremendous expansion of the universe in less than a trillionth of a second.

Currently rock supergroup Situation Tranquil is recording an opus dedicated to the physics of life, death, rebirth and rocking out. The masterwork will be titled "The Fabric of the Cosmos."

"Our end goal is to provide our fans with new insight. We hope to be able to discuss physics and cosmology in layman's terms with a wit and wonder to boot." said long-time bassist and ST mastermind KF Nibla. "I'm awed by the vastness of the universe and cell phones. I'm also awed by tasty Denver Omelettes, and Fed-ex. How do they do it?"

Situation Tranquil hired noted astral physicist Jonathon Barber of Oakland Community College in their reseach of the subject. Barber, 48 told the mop-topped boys, "All that we can see is a radius of 13.7 billion light years in distance, yet we now know that that radius is only a dot in the expanse of the universe. Conceivable there are parts of the universe that are trillions of light years distant. There may be no limit that we can even describe.The information that is being revealed by the probe are more supportive of the big bang of the inflaton (without the i) theory."

ST keyboard wizard Dr. Howard Trash was amazed by the theory. "Man I thought Montana was big. This is like really off the hook wicked."

This theory is explained by Barber in his new book, "But inflaton explains why the big bang happened as it did. It doesn't explain what was before the big bang or why we had a big bang. Those questions will probably never be answered. Unless you care to say God did it. But that begs the question of who or what created God? In a cause and effect world and universe, what is the ultimate cause? How can there be a beginning when everything we know shows that something came before. Things we consider a "beginning" really have something that made that beginning. A baseball game doesn't start on the first pitch, that's not the beginning of the game. It is a cumulation of players showing up, equipment being assembled, a diamond that was made sometime earlier, a history to depend on that allows for rules, etc., etc. It's the chicken or the egg, which came first? They came together, evolving beginning by beginning which weren't really beginnings. We can follow the chicken and the egg all the way back to the big bang that created the matter the chicken and egg needed to be made from.Our universe may have been born from another universe, the theory is completely plausible but at this point unprovable. That chicken/egg may have come from a previous universe and universes. Our own universe may be giving birth through an inflationary burst (a big bang) to other universes, yet how would we know? We can't flip back and forth between universes to compare them, to verify them. At least as far as know now, we can't or are not doing that.The one answer we may never be able to acheive, in a cause and effect universe was there an ultimate cause? Was there an actual beginning, nothing before?"

Barber's spaced out concepts provide the band with unbeforeseen new inspiration. The new CD intertwinds many of Barber's concept. But make no mistake, it will rock out hard.

The 2 CD set "The Fabric of the Cosmos" will be in stores april 3rd.


At 10:42 PM, Anonymous Jarrod Feingold, PhD said...

I hear NASA did a computerized study of the logistics of getting a man to Mars and back. In all of their simulations, they kept killing him. Then they said, let's try vitamin D, and that got him there, but not back to Earth. Finally after more research, they installed tanning bulbs into the spacecraft to simulate sunlight, and the man made "the trip" in good health. All involved agree their success was made possible in large part to music played during the trial scenarios: ST's "The Astonishing Hymn of Atlee Hammaker".

At 11:45 AM, Blogger jon said...

I renounce all my concepts. I just can't go on lieing to people. The universe doesn't exist. We don't exist. KF Nibla doesn't exist!

I have a theory as to why we all think there are things, that we even can think.

I think, therefor I yam.

Yes, it's true. All of what humans think is really just one big yam. We are yam, the universe is yam, and God is one big mash of yam.

I will be greatly expanding this new theory in my new book due out next year. The tentative title for the book is "I Yam What I Yam, Said Sam I Am."


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