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Did the universe have an official beginning?


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2006-10-16 17:54:02
2006-10-16 17:54:02

Your question needs to be refined; what do you mean by "official"? It is generally agreed by cosmologists (physicists who study the universe, including it's beginning) that there was a beginning but there's little consensus on when. Most estimates are between 13 - 20 billion years ago.

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