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How many light years is earth (approx) from where the big bang occurred?

How many light years is earth (approx) from where the big bang occurred?
CA Merritt from West Sussex (Aged 55+)

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Order from chaos?

If DNA falls into code, how could it be the result of big bang? It?s a puzzle because as a rule explosive forces seem to produce chaos unless there is a measure of control (as in a petrol engine, for example).
Howard Eyre from South Yorkshire (Aged 55+)

Is there a temperature below absolute zero?

Is there a temperature below absolute zero?
Mr. Davies from Swansea (25-34)

How can we know what is happening at the edge of space?

How can we know what is happening at the edge of space at this moment in time, or indeed the universe itself, being as the edge of the observable universe is about 12 billion light years away and therefore the information we receive is that amount of time out of date? How do we know where our galaxy is now in relation to the whole of the universe? If what we are looking back in time all those billions of years, we cannot know the reality of the universe now, can we?
Christine Wheatley from Rutland (Aged 55+)

What proportion of the population could this country feed without oil?

What proportion of the UK population could this country feed without oil to drive tractors, make fertilisers and move food around? And what proportion of the world population?
R.M.Boardman from Hertfordshire (Age: 55+)

Will science and engineering prove to have the necessary ethics to safeguard the human race?

As science seems to be showing that time is running out, doesn’t that point to where the efforts and limited resources of science and engineering need to be concentrated (towards beating swords into ploughshares in these last days) – and will science and engineering prove to have the necessary ethics to safeguard the human race?
Howard Eyre from South Yorkshire (Age: 55+)

Why can’t we shoot nuclear waste into the Sun?

On the question of NUCLEAR WASTE DISPOSAL, why can’t we ‘shoot’ it into the Sun?
Ian Purves from Southampton (Age: 55+)