Olbers' Paradox Evidence For The Big Bang Theory

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Think about how astronomers have come to the conclusion that the Big Bang theory is how the Universe began and developed. In a 2 to 3 paragraph essay, explain what Olbers' Paradox is and describe one example of observation evidence that supports the Big Bang Theory over an infinite, ageless Universe

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Running Head: PROOF FOR THE BIG BANG THEORY

Proof for the Big Bang Theory
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PROOF FOR THE BIG BANG THEORY

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Proof for the Big Bang Theory

This theory efficiently founds the great and main description of how the universe started.
The theory suggests that the extension of the world is divergent, that is, the universe began from
a single point and developed to the present cosmos in the following period of 13.8 billion years.
The obscurity of the night sky is one of the proofs supporting this hypothesis. This proof shows
an astounding help about how the universe began as portrayed by the Big Bang Theory. It
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