Do you believe in the big bang theory or you have any other view about earths evolution and how do you think it will end?
The big bang is one concept while the end of the earth another completely different concept. It is well known that our sun will eventually run out of fuel, will become a red giant and engulf the earth some day.
"Believing" in the big bang is very different from understanding it. Which do you refer?
I understood big bang but I dont believe in it
Big bang theory explains development of universe over time in which earth is a tiny little dot.
People really have hard time coming up with empirical evidence against big-bang.
I didn't visit the link, but what he said is by far the the most correct.
I would like to add. The Big Bang right now as it stands is a solid base for what we know about the universe. And thats just about our universe. How little we know is what makes religion and the big bang theory work. There is no way we can prove that the big bang is correct. But we can base math off of it and it is so compellingly obvious to have a lot of backbone to it. There are so many variables unanswered, but luckily thats what all of the scientists are doing.
There is always the question of what created the creator. Recent studies have shown what makes up an atom. They have seen it, and it is really mindblowing I can't really explain it. But what creates them? is it never ending? Can we have universes throughout our entire body, with tons of civilizations just like ours, but different rules of physics etc?
Big Bang Theory is now considered to be an inflation rather than an explosion.
Whats on the outside of our universe? Whats outside of that? We don't understand anything yet. We are just finding out, so go ahead and make up your own theories, because your guess is as good as a scientist.
How will it end? Who says there has to be an end the human race? We think Jersey Shore is a great show, we have no credibility.
rewind a ever expanding universe and you'll get a atom sized beginning.
Space is a vacuum, so there was no big 'bang'. Just a silent and awesome beginning that is still expanding and evolving.
by janesix4 years ago
The Big Bang is a religious concept, not science. It takes faith to believe that it happened. If you believe in the Big Bang, why?
by qwark6 years ago
What was the "medium" within which the "Big Bang" happened? There are other interesting considerations.
by uncorrectedvision5 years ago
As I understand it, everything did not exist at all a nano-second before the "Big Bang" and everything, absolutely all the energy in the Universe was in existence a nano-second after the "Big...
by Slarty O'Brian5 years ago
I'm interested in your thoughts. Not how. I'm not interested in the idea that a god did it or not. I am interested in your thoughts on why there is something instead of nothing.
by Csaba Krause4 years ago
A global group of 33 leading physicists have rejected the crank theory of big bang. They have published an open letter in New Scientist, May 22-28 issue, 2004, p. 20, to let the scientific community know that the spirit...
by Make Money7 years ago
I'm sure if you listen to this audio file you'll agree that the Big Bang theory has fizzled. http://www.audiosancto.org/auweb/200804 … izzles.mp3-----------------------------------How many academics does it take...
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