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The Big Bang Theory is a Myth

Updated on November 29, 2014

Here's what I think

The Big Bang Theory is a Myth

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If creation happened as the result of a big bang a lot of stuff would need to have been in existence prior to it. The Big Bang Theory is the brainchild of one who has no knowledge of the Spirit of the Universe, who does not believe in a God, and who is ranting on because he has no real answers and has made a lot of money from fooling the foolhardy who believe it.

Just think about it. A big bang - where did it come from? who created it? what did it comprise? Was there anything before it happened to cause it? What about everything that the planets, stars, super novas, satellites like moons etc., and of course comets, meteors and so on are made from. Where did that all come from? Or is Professor Hawkins proposing that there was a huge pile of junk floating around in what we call space and that it some how blew up and fell into some kind of order. Does that make sense?

No! For there to have been a combustion there had to be gas but we know that gas that reforms into crystals shrinks. So what contained the gas in the first place because space is limitless and has no walls or containment lines so it would have been floating in a massive vacuum because we can surely assume there would have been no atmosphere.

Gas only expands when heated and space is very cold so it would not have expanded or exploded under those conditions. Inert gas also does nothing and surely that's what any gas found in space would be like. If the gas had suddenly been heated and exploded where did the heat come from when there was no sun or suns to create warmth. The further one travels away from the sun the colder space becomes. We know that from the planets.

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    • Lawrence Hebb 2 years ago from Hamilton, New Zealand

      The best way to answer this is to recommend people look up the work of Dr Peter Plichta a German Chemist and Physicist and his work with prime numbers. His conclusion (he started out believing in evolution) is the the universe is too ordered, there has to be design!

    • Gloria Freeman 4 years ago from Alabama USA

      In the beginning, there was God.

    • geosum 4 years ago

      In the beginning, God....

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      The second law of thermodynamics definitely disproves this theory as said by Dan above. Even just thinking about this disproves... how could all of this come from an explosion? And it doesn't explain where everything else came from. How were the other planets created?

      Think about this... when two objects collide, the pieces that break off go flying in opposite directions, yet all the planets in the solar system rotate in the same direction as do all other solar systems.

      Our solar system in the universe is approximately the size of a penny in North America . There is so much that even astronauts and all that haven't seen...

      The Big Bang is just as much a religion as Hinduism, Catholicism, Christianity, and etc. Just as people say Christian Creation is a religion because no one has seen it, therefore the Big Bang must be a religion because no one has seen it.... Approximately 80% of all humans believe in some sort of god, anyway.

      Also, this religion shouldn't be taught is schools, and definitely not in science class! Science is defined as "knowledge, as of facts or principles; knowledge gained by systematic study" or "what can be studied, observed, and tested".

      Everyone has a right to their own opinion.... I bet you can guess what mine is :)

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      I can't possibly know how all the galaxies, suns, stars etc etc came about and neither can anyone else. We can only have theories about how everything came into being. I believe that space has no end, no walls, no boundaries ... we simply float around a star in an ocean of other heavenly bodies. Maybe there were countless big bangs and maybe they are still happening. Who can possibly know?? not me anyway

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Its only a man's theory!

    • DeboraR 4 years ago

      I believe in creation according to the bible so all this big bang theory is pure nonsense. It's purpose is to deny God who created all things. Before anything in space or in the earth, there must first be a creator. Only a creator could take nothing and make something living and breathing out of it.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Every religion has its myth of creation, bigbangism is no exception.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      The idea occurred to Lemaitre based on a bunch of other ideas and inventions that were new fashionable at the time, i.e. evolution, the doppler effect, the dynamite, and Edwin Hubble's observations (the red shift, etc). Man is a creature of association. See my video on the sujbect:

      http://youtu.be/51FKD6LBgeA

    • WriterJanis2 5 years ago

      I don't think there is enough scientific evidence to prove this 100%

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Why the big bang theory is wrong!

      Einsteins original theory of relativity was that of a static universe (neither expanding nor contracting) before Hubble convinced Einstein that the universe is expanding by showing him what is now known as Hubbles law using the Doppler Effect (red shift means the object is moving away from the observational point of view and the galaxies show a red shift therefore they believed that the universe was expanding). Einstein called his static model his greatest blunder but it was Hubble that made the blunder! Hubbles law using the Doppler shift is assuming that the speed of light is a constant, which it is if it is in a perfect vacuum. But light speed is variable when traveling through different mediums and space is not a perfect vacuum theres lots of stuff out there! So light speed is slowed ever so slightly by traveling through those different mediums dust, gas etc. giving the perception that the galaxies we are looking at are moving away from us and the galaxies that are farther away seem to be moving faster away from us because they are traveling through more of those mediums. Hubbles expanding universe is why they had to come up with dark energy because there isn't anything that accelerates without a force driving it. Dark matter and dark energy have never been seen or measured. But they assume it must be there otherwise the galaxies could not be accelerating away from us! They just can't get the idea through their heads that they are working on the flawed premise of Hubbles law. The universe is not expanding! Einsteins original theory was correct.

      Another simple point could be made with the black whole. A black whole has such a massive gravitational effect that not even light can escape its grasp. If a hypothetical spaceship where sitting on a black whole you would have to have an almost infinite amount of power that could be used to accelerate that craft to achieve escape velocity and it would have to be able to go faster than the speed of light. At this point in time nothing has been documented that travels faster than the speed of light and therefore making it impossible to break free of its gravitational influence. Now take the mass of every black whole, star and planet that are contained in all of the galaxies that are out there and put them into one infinitesimal point. There is no amount of force that could accelerate an almost infinite mass away from that infinitesimal point it would simply collapse back upon itself.

    • DelightfulDanie 6 years ago

      I completely believe the Bible is true and in the Bible it says God created the heavens and the earth. Where in the world did the big bang come from? Just like BANG and there's a world. Yeah right. The cell is such a complicated thing it can't be created with a bang. Did I make my view clear?

    • Oosquid 6 years ago

      If there was a big bang I didn't hear it.

      I don't know how we got here and I don't know where we are going. I guess the important thing is what we do while we are here ;)

    • anonymous 7 years ago

      I say those who have an open mind watch some of John McKays creational videos as he gives evolutionist a drop jaw.

    • anonymous 7 years ago

      Non Believers always go on about big bangs. Maybe its time to cu-put their funding and help people from starvation, homelessness etc...That would make even a bigger bang.

    • anonymous 7 years ago

      Evolution is a theory not a fact. Evolutionist can not answer a simple question as to where are the skeleton bones of these so called evolutionary Man? Where is the fact? Ive got lots of theories and could make some more up.... If you want evolutionist.. I could then get lots of money to go search for crap that doesn't exist. End of argument until you prove solid not drawing evidence...

    • anonymous 7 years ago

      Your right and that's why im a Christian that believes in the God that created all....

    • Emily Tack 7 years ago from USA

      Explore physics - investigate the Conservation of Angular Momentum - if there was a Big Bang, complete with planetary "spin-offs", why are some planets spinning in the opposite direction?

      Evolution - come on, guys - one of the curators of a major British museum admitted that there is no concrete evidence for evolution - if there was, he would be glad to publish it.

      Millions of Years - well, reverse extrapolate the figures we are fed non-stop, regarding the atmosphere, gravity dissipation, the expanding of the Universe; those are just starters. The figures don't work, scientifically.

      How did the amphibians get around, when they were "evolving" into birds - let's see - one wing, three legs - that doesn't work.

      With what did "evolving" creatures mate? The very first one has a major problem.

      To quote someone I greatly respect - "If you believe in evolution, and the Big Bang theory - (that's what it is, guys) - then, basically, you believe we came from a rock." Oh, you don't? Well, follow your premise through to its logical conclusion...

      Something was...

      It became a molten mass...

      It cooled down...and became a big rocky planet...

      Something rained on the rock...

      That formed a primordial soup...

      Things grew in the soup...

      They climbed out of the soup...

      They became creatures, maybe fish, who knows?

      They became amphibians...

      Reptiles....

      Birds...

      Mammals....

      Man!

      I rest my case - if you believe the Big Bang Theory, which logically progresses to believing in evolution...

      You believe You came from...

      A Rock!

    • eclecticeducati1 7 years ago

      I so agree with you! Being a Christian, I totally believe in Creation. I have studied evolution (through a secular university) and Creation and Creation is more believable. Even my professor laughed his way through some of the curriculum because it was just so far fetched and he believed the stuff!

    • norma-holt 7 years ago

      We re not talking spirits here but ONE Creative Spirit which has more intelligence than anything we can ever imagine. Modern science is all about men being gods. They are even trying to recreate life, but how are they doing ti? They are pulling apart the things that the Spirit created and now they are not only trying to recreate it but are very busy altering it. We will all pay the price - AGAIN.

    • norma-holt 7 years ago

      But we are not talking about religion and creation according to Genesis. We are examining a scientific proposal which deals only with men's brains and not with the force of creation, such as the Spirit of the Universe, which applied complete order and all the mathematical laws that have been discovered in physics and so on to enhance our knowledge. If there is no super brain then how did all that come about from a chaotic mess.

    No way, Monkeybrain!

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      • kwj 4 years ago

        It's a plausible explanation based on a solid interpretation of existing evidence

      • GiftIdeas4Guys 4 years ago

        The Big Bang isn't 100% foolproof, but it's one of the best scientific theories we have.

      • Metalpriest 4 years ago

        Also, the end of our universe will be due to a phenomena called "the Big Crunch". The universe now is expanding from the energy of the Big Bang Explosion. The source of energy for this explosion is said to be the collision of matter and anti-matter. What is more interesting is, since every action has an equal and opposite reaction, and all energy is conserved in the Universe, its sensible to reason that a Big Crunch is possible, when the expanding Universe will shrink and the whole fabric will become the initial source of explosion ones again.. Well, there isn't anything to worry about this, since our earth will be long gone before all this happens.

      • Metalpriest 4 years ago

        I do agree about the Big Bang theory being 100% valid. It is certainly is the way the world we know was born. Every element, every footprint in the Quasi-stellar space has something that proves the Bi Bang theory, the most notable being the "Redshift" observed in distant galaxies.

      • anonymous 4 years ago

        There is proof of God, Noah's ark was found on a mountain on Turkey, people are seeing angels as we speak, and the big bang was disproven by Jake Bennet, a child genius who is a collge graduate and currently working on a theory of relativity.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        The huge myth is in the beginning. The only logical reality is that using your points of cold space vacuum and such nothing could happen to create a big bang in the first place. So yes that idea does indeed question what made the bang in the first place and where did the stuff we now have in the universe come from. No you are not right either because the only logical conclusion is that there is no beginning or end to matter.

        Even science says matter can not be created or distroyed it can only be altered in form. Like gas to liquid and liquid to solid as an example.

        Science and spirit must accept this reality or this truth spirit directs matter and is real. Thought is real and has power over matter.

      • erin-elise 5 years ago

        I feel that a person can believe in both.

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        It is not a bang but it was big, The interaction between the sub matter and sub energy in addition to the inflatory wind we got a crackdown. The crackdown caused inflation. Inflation is so much different than a bang..

      • resabi 6 years ago

        There's absolutely no reason why a Divine Plan couldn't include evolution. I believe in evolution. I believe that the Big Bang may well have occurred. I believe in God.

      • MargoPArrowsmith 6 years ago

        Certainly. Its not mutually exclusive with other myths, btw.

      • jrnjames 7 years ago

        Almighty God, the Big Bang, Evolution and Reincarnation are related.

      • jrnjames 7 years ago

        Almighty Goid, the Big Bang, Evolution and Reincarnation are related.

      • Kiwisoutback 7 years ago from Massachusetts

        This is the biggest question of all time (maybe making this the most important Hey Monkebrain of all time?). I wouldn't throw away science and chalk it up to God, though. Who knows, maybe God created the Big Bang? Or maybe the Big Bang created God? If time is infinite, and the universe is also infinite, then something must have come before the Big Bang. Maybe there was another universe that self imploded to create this one? All that matter wasn't created out of thin air. It's only logical to think something came before the Big Bang - but the question is what, or who?

      • Sherry Venegas 7 years ago from La Verne, CA

        It is just theory but I like how people are questioning the whole shebang. When I try to read about it though it makes my head spin. I believe it something to do with physics. Way out of my league.

      • Samantha Devereux 7 years ago from Columbia Mo

        Sorry...I think modern science trumps mythical gods & spirits.

      • ImportEyedeas 7 years ago

        I've seen far more scientific proof of BBT than I have of Spiritual forces and the Garden of Eden. I'm not saying I wouldn't be open to examining such evidence should it ever be found. But I also don't think its entirely relevant to look either.

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      Where Did the Laws and Order come from?

      The universe is governed by laws that control movement, cycles. distances, shapes, size and other things like gravity. One physicist had been heard to state that if a planet were out of alignment by as much as a couple of centimeters than the whole of space would collapse in on itself. So what keeps the laws of these governing forces in place? An explosion can't think but it is obvious that a very big thinking force has impacted on the universe to bring about creation as it stands.

      Do you think there is a force in control which has the power to bring this about?

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        • Gloria Freeman 4 years ago from Alabama USA

          Yes

        • VspaBotanicals 4 years ago

          Absolutely!

        • anonymous 4 years ago

          Yes!

        • DeboraR 4 years ago

          I believe the God of the bible only has to speak things into existence and they function according to his purpose.

        • WriterJanis2 5 years ago

          I think there is some kind of higher power.

        • Mary 6 years ago from Midwest

          It's the higher power if that higher power is god to you but to sum they believe of the higher power.

        • blue22d 6 years ago

          Yep, God!

        • DeborahLynne 7 years ago

          I just saw a hummingbird in our garden this morning. The variety of life is so intricate that it is inconceivable, that life could create itself, out of nothing and then evolve, from a single cell into the complex life forms we see today. I believe that God is the creator and designer. As a Bible believing Christian, I also do not believe that it took God millions and millions of years to do his work!

        • anonymous 7 years ago

          God is the force and he has all power. One day in this generation our Saviour will return. Yes mock all you like as those that do have no pen mind to the truth. Like me, in the past i have been told what to think and not given a choice. I know about the Big Bang & Evolution "Theories" however, they both were inconsistent and i sought the truth in the Bible.

        • VinnyP 7 years ago

          yes there is a higher power elders if you must we don't see them but they see and control us.

        • Heather Burns 7 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

          Divine Mind

        • norma-holt 7 years ago

          Why do you say fear when the notion of a divine creature came from the sun and then heaven was the place where souls could be seen residing as stars in the night sky? More male thinking, rather on the same level as the BBT.

        No

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          • GiftIdeas4Guys 4 years ago

            Over time the Laws of physics brought things into alignment. The theory that a dis-alignment could destroy the universe is neither here nor there and frankly I'm not buying that theory. Stars explode every days which have effects on planets in their galaxy.

          • ImportEyedeas 7 years ago

            Nope. But I can understand the type of fear that motivates people to believe in one.

          Chaos such as that of an explosion cannot create order

          Everything around us and throughout space is controlled by laws to the minutest detail. Man is still only now waking up to the wonderful power within the most minute living thing on earth, the gene. Yet within it's tiny presence is stored enough information to produce life and create characteristics for the next generation. Clever man, who thinks he can do away with God, has yet to devise an instrument so small with so much information in it to not only carry that information into other generations but that it is responsible for producing life as well.

          Prove to me how an explosion can create this?

          Can you show that a big explosion can create life?

          Yes

          Yes

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            • GiftIdeas4Guys 4 years ago

              I won't say that we can PROVE it, but someday we might. We've learned things about our universe even in the past month that were once beyond our conception.

            • jrnjames 7 years ago

              The universe was designed and programmed by Almighty God to produce life

            No

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              • Gloria Freeman 4 years ago from Alabama USA

                No.

              • anonymous 4 years ago

                Not me!

              • DeboraR 4 years ago

                No, only the God who gives life can create it. God can take nothing and create something. Man can only make something from what exists already.

              • Mary 6 years ago from Midwest

                I believe it would be god!

              • blue22d 6 years ago

                Can a watch make itself?

              • VinnyP 7 years ago

                no but can u prove it can't?

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              Man takes ideas from nature but gives nothing back

              By trying to create life and by playing around with genetic manipulation man is, in his typical fashion, playing god. But how can he undo the damage once he has permeated the living cell and altered it forever? Just as he has taken species from one place and introduced them to another so he has created mess and chaos which is destroying the planet, not making anything better upon it. His laws, his religions, his terrorism and his stupidity have altered creation and we are facing the consequences yet he does not stop.

              Should man be allowed to alter nature, such as through genetic manipulation?

              Yes

              Yes

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                • GiftIdeas4Guys 4 years ago

                  There is a fine line to be walked here, abominations are a real possibility. We stand to learn a great deal from this though, including how to save lives.

                • Metalpriest 4 years ago

                  The forces of nature shall turn against man, should he continue to interfere with its functioning. This will certainly cause an untimely end.

                • James Jordan 7 years ago from Burbank, CA

                  Yes, I think we are allowed to bumble our way through and learn and discover all we can. If we kill ourselves in the process, oh well! If it were any other way then 'the god' would have stopped us many times, don't you think?

                • Kylyssa Shay 7 years ago from Overlooking a meadow near Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

                  A lot of this genetic manipulation people fear and shun is the manipulation of food crops - rice with vitamin A in it so children don't go blind in poor countries, grain that grows without herbicides and pesticides, and crops that grow in poor arid soil. I think it is foolish to discard such a tool because people are frightened of it.

                No

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                  • Gloria Freeman 4 years ago from Alabama USA

                    No.

                  • VspaBotanicals 4 years ago

                    No, it would be playing with fire. Altering does have a way of back firing, one way or the other.

                  • anonymous 4 years ago

                    No No No No no!! never ..... but that doesn't stop him from trying

                  • anonymous 4 years ago

                    Its playing with fire...sometimes its safe or seems so and other times has dire consequences that may take generations to be revealed.

                  • DeboraR 4 years ago

                    Absolutely NOT! Like someone commented, man doesn't know enough to know what the consequences will be. Man needs to quit playing God. Remember Dolly, the sheep, what happened? Imperfect man cannot make anything perfect, he's not equipped.

                  • Mary 6 years ago from Midwest

                    I don't think they should i mean look at what they have done already. that's not including what we don't know about.

                    Somewhere in this world in unknown places they are altering genetics in ways that make me sick just thinking of what they are able to do.

                  • ChrisDay LM 6 years ago

                    Man plays with the substance of life at his own peril - how can this meddling not have serious repercussions?

                  • Heather Burns 7 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

                    not the way they are doing it! Herbicides and pesticides added to the food we ingest, so we are eating herbicides and pesticides without knowing..

                  • norma-holt 7 years ago

                    But vitamin A is a toxin if taken in larger quantities, Its what killed scot and his party at the South Pole when they ate their dog's livers and were exposed to high amounts of it. It can also damage the skin and cause other problems. Man does not know the consequences of changing the genetic characteristic of food and no good can come of it. My lens on Rivers demonstrates how the toxins in eucalyptus trees growing on plantations have poisoned the river while creating many rare and incurable cancers in animals and humans and wiping out the oyster industry. Why can't man leave nature alone and accept that the Spirit got it right.

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                      Gloria Freeman 4 years ago from Alabama USA

                      Great lens, I enjoyed reading it.

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                      Aunt-Mollie 4 years ago

                      There is more than one 'Big Bang' theory. The oldest one is this:

                      "And God said: 'Let there be light.' And there was light."

                      The sun in our solar system is actually a hydrogen firestorm, something like a bomb. In the universe, explosions create light. Light is where everything began.

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                      VspaBotanicals 4 years ago

                      Wonderful lens, that should have people scratching their heads.

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                      kwj 4 years ago

                      Great lens which I have featured too.

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                      GiftIdeas4Guys 4 years ago

                      Interesting Lens, definitely provoked some good conversation from both sides of the equation.

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                      ryokomayuka 4 years ago from USA

                      I got 2 out of 2 on the second quiz and 3 out of 5 on the first one.

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                      Metalpriest 4 years ago

                      I got a perfect score in the quiz! Hurray! Awesome lens!

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                      Metalpriest 4 years ago

                      This wonderful lens has my undivided attention. It is one of the topics I know much about, and has encouraged me to participate much in this lens. Thank you for such a great lens. Looking forward to more lenses from you friend.

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                      anonymous 4 years ago

                      In the beginning, God.......

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                      norma-holt 4 years ago

                      @sukkran trichy: Hahahah. I love it. That is truly something from nothing. Great to see you here, Sukkran. Hugs

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                      sukkran trichy 4 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

                      "big bang". it is another story of creation. i love it. where before there was nothing, in a single instant, suddenly, everything!!! yes i love this story.

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                      DeboraR 4 years ago

                      Great subject. Gets me fired up when people try to play God. I enjoyed the quizzes.

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                      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

                      Happy International Womens Day!

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                      WriterJanis2 5 years ago

                      Very thought provoking. Blessed!

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                      JoleneBelmain 5 years ago

                      Definitely an enjoyable lens to read and take part in :)

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                      Mary 6 years ago from Midwest

                      I did enjoy it. It really gets you thinking about all of this that maybe you haven't in some time.

                      My husband and i do talk about how they are playing around with the genetics though.

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                      MargoPArrowsmith 6 years ago

                      Interesting

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                      blue22d 6 years ago

                      Stimulating lens...thanks.

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                      Jhangora LM 6 years ago

                      Great Lens on a complex subject. I have always wondered what was before the big bang. If you have time please google for the "Creation Hymn" from the Rig Veda. It is very beautiful and expresses doubt, which is all we have when confounded with the mysteries of creation.

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                      ChrisDay LM 6 years ago

                      Something had to go bang and it had to be somewhere - I don't think the BB theory explains everything.

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                      anonymous 6 years ago

                      A creator could create using any method he desires and the big bang theory could easily be among her methods.

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                      norma-holt 7 years ago

                      @paperfacets: If only more thought could be given to the logical rather than the ridiculous. Thank you for taking part in the debate

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                      norma-holt 7 years ago

                      @Kiwisoutback: That is such a nice comment. Thank you for taking part in the debate. Much appreciated comment

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                      norma-holt 7 years ago

                      @eclecticeducati1: Thank you so much for taking part in the debate and also for the blessing - It is much appreciated.

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                      Sherry Venegas 7 years ago from La Verne, CA

                      I can not argue any of these points, but I do like that someone wants to figure it out.

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                      norma-holt 7 years ago

                      @Hairdresser007: We could if people considered the Great Creative Spirit rather than a male God and religious hype. Thank you for taking part in this debate,

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                      norma-holt 7 years ago

                      @DeborahLynne: isn't it amazing, though, how confused people are about chaos and creation. Thank you for taking part in the debate.

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                      DeborahLynne 7 years ago

                      Very interesting and informative, you make a great argument for a Creator! Chaos can not in any way create the order and complexity we see in God's creation.

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                      James Jordan 7 years ago from Burbank, CA

                      I don't think we can even come close to understanding any of it yet. I hope it is a blend of both!!!

                      thank god for science otherwise we wouldn't have squidoo and the internet and thank god for god or whatever so we have holidays!

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                      jrnjames 7 years ago

                      Questions relating to the Universe can be answered by considering that the universe is a 'Perpetual Motion Machine' and recycles every 16 billion years.

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                      Kiwisoutback 7 years ago from Massachusetts

                      Great debate, definitely an interesting topic. You've taken the Hey Monkebrain platform to a whole other level!

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                      Heather Burns 7 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

                      very thought provoking!

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                      eclecticeducati1 7 years ago

                      You tackled a very controversial subject here! Blessed by an Angel. Great lens.

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                      Samantha Devereux 7 years ago from Columbia Mo

                      I don't agree with you, but fantastic argument & well written!