Why are there so many big bangs?

The phenomenon of big bang phenomena is a phenomenon that seems to defy common sense.

The phenomenon is known as cosmology and has puzzled scientists for centuries.

Many theories have been proposed to explain this phenomenon, including the existence of dark matter, dark energy, or dark energy itself.

Now, researchers have a new theory that proposes that the big bang is caused by the collision of a massive galaxy with an even larger one.

The theory, dubbed the cosmological principle, proposes that large masses of matter, such as the sun, collided with an outer galaxy that was about 200 million light-years away.

This event left a huge amount of space between the galaxies, and this allowed the new giant to merge with the old one.

When the new galaxy merged, it had the same mass as the older one, but it formed from a larger number of smaller galaxies.

The merger would eventually produce a new galaxy with the same composition and density as the old.

The result would be a supernova explosion, or an explosion of massive stars.

However, because the new supernova has the same temperature and density of matter as the galaxy it came from, the supernova is now only about 100 million years old.

The results of the study are published in The Astrophysical Journal.

It is also the first to propose that a large number of galaxies are responsible for the observed pattern of big-bang brightness.

This is a discovery that is consistent with other theories that suggest that the universe is expanding and the universe contains a super-massive black hole.

According to the theory, the big-bracket supernova must have formed from one of two sources.

One is the collision between a supermassive black-hole and a galaxy, the other is the merger of a supergiant galaxy with a small galaxy.

The collision is the primary mechanism that creates the observed patterns of brightness.

In the experiment, the scientists measured the brightness of the new big-bloom supernova.

They found that the luminosity of the two black holes is similar to one another, which is very strong evidence that the black hole formed from the merger.

They also observed a very low level of gamma-ray emission, which suggests that the galaxy is too hot for gamma rays to escape.

The new theory is based on a number of experiments that have revealed that the speed of light can increase rapidly in a galaxy when it is merging with other galaxies.

A galaxy is created when a galaxy splits from a galaxy.

For example, the black- hole merger will have caused a merger between the galaxy of a galaxy and the black one of a different galaxy.

However it is not clear whether the galaxy in which the merger occurred is still forming or whether it has been destroyed.

The researchers speculate that the brightness seen by the scientists is caused when the galaxy was still forming.

If this is the case, then the light that is produced by the supermassive supernova will have an extremely high energy, which would indicate that it formed faster than the rest of the galaxy.

According to the cosmology theory, this high energy would be responsible for generating the observed brightness.

The authors also point out that the gamma-rays emitted from the new black-eye galaxy are very strong, and are expected to increase as the new galaxies merger.

The study is the result of an effort by the team of Dr. Mark Bock and Dr. James L. O’Brien.

It was supported by the National Science Foundation.