Higgs Boson is more relevant to the end of the world than Revelation

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Retrieved from NASA online: http://www.nasa.gov/vision/universe/starsgalaxies/Collision_Feature.html PeteSF 23:28, 22 February 2007 (UTC) Caption: Estimated distribution of dark matter making up 22% of the mass of the universe and dark energy making up 74%, with ‘normal’ matter making up only 0.4% of the mass of the universe. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

So, for your daily science update start here. Then, go here:

What does dark energy mean for the end of the universe?.

So, scientists are speculating the universe may end — because of current quantum physics and stuff – in about 22 billion years. Not the next time birds drop from the air.

Revelation, btw, does not speak to the end of the universe, or even planet earth.

So, consider this a direct assault on fundamentalism  and a bit of a science update, which, as you know, is (science I mean) a direct assault on fundamentalism.

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