Science-Universe and Stars

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Now i have to conpare the oscilating theory with the expanding universe theory.

is the expanding universe theory referring to the big bang? I am sort of stumped on this, your help will be greatly appreciated, thanks

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    both have a big bang. In the oscillating model, the universe collapses, and a new big bang starts it all again, over and over.

    The expanding universe is of three types: forever expanding; eventually slowing down; and collapasing. THe last collapsing leads to the oscillating theory.

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    thank you so much:-)

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