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On this episode of Jenna Stretches a Quick Acronym Out Into Five Blogs, we’re going to talk about “R” in Norman Geisler and Frank Turek’s S.U.R.G.E. Acronym.
R stands for radiation afterglow. Radiation afterglow is the background radiation left over from the beginning of the universe. Now remember, the first law of thermodynamics is that the amount of energy in the universe remains constant. In other words, the amount of energy we have now, is the same amount of energy we had at the beginning.
So what does that look like, in a scenario where all of the matter and energy comes into existence from nothing? That would look like a massive explosion of matter and energy. You would think we would see some evidence of that. In 1989, the Cosmic Background Explorer, which was a satellite, captured what is believed to be an image of a Big Bang. #Evidence, homies.
Wowzers, we only have one letter and a wrap-up left for this S.U.R.G.E business. Tune in next week, when I’ll be coming at ya live with the letter “G”!