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How do these observations provide evidence that supports the Big Bang Theory?

 
 
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When astronomers measure the abundance of atomic elements in what appear to be isolated and untouched parts of the universe, they always detect the same amounts of hydrogen and isotopes of helium and lithium, but how do these observations provide evidence that supports the Big Bang Theory?
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