on how to use natural science to deny religion

Questionable cause

by Henryk Szubinski

data research courtesy of Wikipedia

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internals of the Eouropean Union

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Fallacies of questionable cause, also known as causal fallaciesnon causa pro causa (“non-cause for cause” in Latin) or false cause, are informal fallacies where a cause is incorrectly identified. These include:



basics of the 1/2 common values in their definitions of projective data as being a common mean value in the forwards vector direction while sustaining a type 1,2,3 open

fase relation with the vector interactive force of the solid types and their basic interactives of a point specific used to base orientations on the amount of point

specific relations of a graded type hemispherical positionality of the basic /// 3 parallells and their indicators that displace throgh some basic spectral values:

deflations points

as related to inflations of a cosmological value = to the projectives of the opposite format force where deflation is based on the point specific

measurement of 1/2 interactive vector positional value amount = to the basics of a force that will define the spectrals of the stars or planets observed

with this method

this is how a G type star can be formed by a type 1,2,3 technology in its fase 2 as responsive yeild of H2O technology on

the responsive light speed differences of EARTHS USAGE



—————————1——————–/—————-2————–frontal relations of projectives= solid sustainements

/—————————————–3———————————/base causative field of parallells as the interactive values

In physical cosmologycosmic inflationcosmological inflation or just inflation is the theorized extremely rapid exponential expansion of the early universeby a factor of at least 1078 in volume, driven by a negative-pressure vacuum energy density.[1] The inflationary epoch comprises the first part of the electroweak epoch following the grand unification epoch. It lasted from 10−36 seconds after the Big Bang to sometime between 10−33 and 10−32 seconds. Following the inflationary period, the universe continues to expand.

The term “inflation” is also used to refer to the hypothesis that inflation occurred, to the theory of inflation, or to the inflationary epoch. The inflationary hypothesis was proposed in the 1970s by Belarusian scientist Zeldovich[citation needed], and independently proposed in 1980 by American physicist Alan Guth, who named it “inflation”.[2]

As a direct consequence of this expansion, all of the observable universe originated in a small causally connected region. Inflation answers the classic conundrum of the Big Bang cosmology: why does the universe appear flathomogeneous and isotropic in accordance with the cosmological principle when one would expect, on the basis of the physics of the Big Bang, a highly curved, heterogeneous universe? Inflation also explains the origin of the large-scale structure of the cosmosQuantum fluctuations in the microscopic inflationary region, magnified to cosmic size, become the seeds for the growth of structure in the universe (see galaxy formation and evolution and structure formation).[3]

While the detailed particle physics mechanism responsible for inflation is not known, the basic picture makes a number of predictions that have been confirmed by observation. Inflation is thus now considered part of the standard hot Big Bang cosmology. The hypothetical particle or field thought to be responsible for inflation is called the inflaton.

as seen with 2012 the movie and its continuity

as well as the DARK SIDE of the FORCE IN STARWARS

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