Find it worrisome myself at times, its just another thing the world has tried to brainwash people about it seems. Like there is hardly no "evidence" and the "evidence" that there is, was found after they decided the big bang was fact and not to mention the little evidence they found, dosent have to be related to the big bang at all, can be a million other explanations easily. You know how they explained the big bang theory in the past? "To understand the big bang, you have to believe in magic" How a scientist put it, when did science and magic go together? I find it mind boggling myself how on earth anyone can blindly believe in it, but it only shows how bad it is too at times. Like that if you disagree with this "theory", since its just a theory after all. You get labeled as uneducated, insane, like you are in denial etc, when in reality its the other way around when you can't even accept that a theory is a theory, not fact.
But as always I suppose, I expect a lot of hate for even simply talking about this an not blindly agreeing to it. Regardless, do you believe in the big bang theory?
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- No8% (3)7% (4)7% (7)Vote
- I believe God created everything18% (7)23% (14)21% (21)Vote
- I believe there is another explanation13% (5)5% (3)8% (8)Vote
- I dont know16% (6)11% (7)13% (13)Vote
- Other8% (3)10% (6)10% (9)Vote
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Technicly its not a theory that would require that it follow the scientific method ie be replicable, observable and testable all things it is not. The only thing they have is math to prove it and that goes on the assumption that it is causation not corellation and that we have not missed a single variable despite having no way of seeing if our math actually holds up or not. So as I stated at the very best it is a hypothesis and not a very good one. I would state however that the notion of god creating the universe and the idea of being able to prove our cosmological origin is not contradictory. That is also an idea that has been brain washed into people ie that is to say science does not refute the notion of god any more then the hypothetical existence of god would refute science. Thus far our very existence is in direct conflict with the basic tennents of science. Matter/energy cannot be created nor destroyed merely changed, so how can it exist if it cannot be made to exist? The universe existing in what ever theory you want to apply still requires their to be nothing then something or something that has always been both of which would by definition be magic. something from nothing would be an effect without cause which is impossible in fact science actively relies on the belief that all things have a cause otherwise you would never be able to study anything as things would merely happen irregardless of rules or reason or logic. If the universe has always been then it was never created and thus you have the same problem ie an effect without cause since their was nothing to cause it to be it simply was which is impossible by the standards of science and reason we use to understand the universe. Does all of that mean their is a god? No. Does it mean that their is no god? No. It simply means its far to complicated for us to be able to determine what if anything created the universe with our current tools available. Also on a side note the term "big bang" was actually meant to be derogatory. I think the reason why its been latched onto is for the simple fact that scientist do not like not knowing (as most people) and would rather have a false explanation then admit ignorance.1
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