The Urantia Book and the Big Bang in Science & Cosmology Posted March 4, 2013 · Edited March 5, 2013 by -Scott- · Report reply P.354, par.5 There are at least 70,000 physical aggregations in outer space and each one is larger than a superuniverse.P.130, par.6 Someday our astronomers will see no less than 375 million new galaxies in the remote stretches of outer space.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Considering that physical creation, which begins after the appearance of Havona, then the Superuniverses, which are followed by the outerspace levels where new aggregations and galaxies are coming into existance, we are told by the revealators that we will begin to soon see this new stuff. Does this simply mean that the revealators know that our telescopes are getting better or possibly they are telling us that the light from these new objects is begining to reach us and we will continue to see new stuff that has been newly created as its light decends upon us? This would mean that around the mid 1900's we begin to see these 375 million new galaxies but by 2013 we will see billions possibly??? Regardless of our refined optics??The big bang would tell us that the outerspace levels contain the oldest matter in the universe but is creation revealed in the Urantia Book telling us that the outer space levels contain the newest material in all creation??Seems to me that our astronomers may have a new approach for measuring the universe?Please tell me if I am misinterpreting the Revelation. Yea you bring up a good point..Hmmm I just had a thought, what if our scientists instead of recognizing the outward expansion of the universe as evidence of a big bang are interpreting the counter-clockwise rotation of the 1st outer space level as evidence of the big bang? This 1st level of counter-clockwise rotation would probably be more obvious than the expansion of the universe. Especially considering we are moving in opposite direction of it. It could also explain why scientists are looking at a big chunk of universes in outer space as being closer to the center of the universe than we are. Those universes would probably also become less and less visible as they are viewing it at the edge of that massive black energy void around Havona. There would be only a tiny congregation of universes, because the rest would be cut off from view due to a massive black void that is surrounding Havona. That could also explain why the big bang appears to be speeding up as we look far out in the other direction towards where the rotation is heading, that expansion may be more apparent as these universes circle around away from view counter-clockwise. Also if you think about it if the entire universe is in an expanding phase, it may be much more difficult to detect than the obvious procession of 70 thousand plus universes moving counter-clockwise as we move clockwise.