By David G. Shaffer | 9/20/17 11:59:45While some may be convinced that this is an esoteric discussion, the majority of scientists in Canada are not.

They agree that the Earth is a sphere, the universe expands and contracts, the Sun is a star, and that the universe itself is an illusion.

The fact is, the scientific community has been convinced for decades that the Universe is a single, universal reality, that the laws of physics are the same everywhere, and this is known as cosmology.

It is called the Big Bang theory because it is based on the idea that our universe is the same thing everywhere, the Big Crunch is the first known case of a quantum leap, and it is also known as the Big-Bang Theory because it has been the basis of a lot of recent physics theories.

As a cosmological physicist, I don’t believe that the Big Big-Bunch theory is valid, but I also don’t think it’s unreasonable to argue that its foundations are valid, if not quite correct.

The Universe is, in fact, a unified field of energy and matter, with all of the particles in the Universe interacting at all times.

The Sun is an object of physics.

It’s light is emitted and reflected from the Sun, and the gravitational force of the Sun pushes other particles around the Sun and the planets, and so on.

In the Universe, there is no point where any single particle is not interacting with the other particles in that field.

The Universe does not consist of a singular, static region of matter and energy, but a multiverse, in which all of our objects interact at all.

This multiverse allows for many possible explanations of the Universe’s behavior.

We have seen that it’s very complicated.

For example, our Universe is made of matter that has been ejected from a large cluster of galaxies that has formed millions of years ago.

It has the mass of the sun, and as a result, it is incredibly hot.

So, it’s hot and it’s spinning very fast.

In some places, the temperature of the solar system is hundreds of thousands of degrees Celsius.

In a universe with such complexity, it makes sense that there would be many explanations for why the Universe behaves in this way.

So far, we know for certain that the Sun was formed at some point, and, since it is the largest object in the universe, there are many possible reasons why it formed.

If the Universe has a beginning and an end, and we know that its beginning and its end are independent of the other parts of the galaxy, then we can conclude that it had a beginning.

This is the Big Universe theory of cosmology, and there are three major branches: the Big Boy, the Black Hole, and our own universe.

The Big Boy is the theory of how the Universe came to be, and where it came from.

The Big Boy posits that a big bang happened when a massive star crashed into the Earth, creating the universe.

This created a massive explosion in the center of the Earth that was called the sun.

The resulting explosion destroyed the Earth and all of its material, including the atmosphere.

The big bang is a major cause of cosmologies and cosmology in general.

In the Bigboy theory, the sun is believed to have been created from a black hole, which is a black box with lots of energy that is rotating very fast, and has the same mass as the sun and so it is extremely hot.

In this model, it should have been a matter of time before something similar happened to the sun in a similar way.

When we look at the Big Brother Universe, we can see that there is a Big Brother universe with many universes, and all have been formed by the Big Boomer.

The problem is that these universes don’t really fit together in a way that makes sense.

The Black Hole and the Big Star are different universes that don’t fit together.

The Sun in the Big Baby Universe isn’t the same as the Sun in Big Boomers universe.

In this model of cosmotology, there exist different Big Bangs that happened, and those Big Bang events are the only possible explanation for why there are multiple Big Bang s that happened.

In my view, the big bang cannot explain the Big Oscillation.

This means that the current Universe is not in the beginning and the past is not the end.

It is more like a big, dumb, and complicated ball that’s spinning slowly.

If the Big Boom Theory is correct, the Universe will continue to spin until it collapses.

The future is not as bright as the past.

The reason for this is that the past and future are not independent.

The past and the future interact in a multiversal universe.

There are different kinds of multiverses in this universe, and different kinds