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Let's start at the beginning

24 April 2012, 08:14
This is an invitation to all pseudo-intellectual atheists who fancy themselves as part-time scientists – all quoting from real scientists of course, but with very few of these same atheists having any suitable qualifications themselves.  For this article, they can extend me the same courtesy.

So without the usual spat over who does or who doesn’t believe in God, and who’s so stupid for or for not believing in God, let’s start right at the beginning.

The Big Bang theory goes like this:  About 13.75 billion years ago (when time and clocks were first invented and mankind, sorry - monkeys, sorry – amoebas, sorry – dark matter particles started the universal clock), this Big Bang allegedly occurred.

All of the matter in the universe was concentrated into an extremely dense area that was smaller than the full stop at the end of this sentence. The dot was the mass of the present universe. Everything inside of the dot was spinning at a rapid pace which kept accelerating until the dot finally exploded. The pieces of this dot flew off and eventually became the present universe.

Now according to conservation of angular momentum, if everything inside this dot was spinning, then it should all still be spinning the same way. However Venus and Uranus are spinning backwards and a number of moons also spin backwards and travel backwards. This alone makes the big bang theory questionable.  (The law of Conservation of Angular Momentum states that if a spinning object breaks apart in a frictionless environment, then all of the pieces that break off of it will be spinning in the same direction).

The dot/ball, we’re told, was smaller than an atom and it was called the Primeval Fireball, it was so hot that matter couldn't actually exist within it.   This part alone suggests that the entire Big Bad theory is based on bad science.  Proponents of this theory came up with the conclusion (being the Big Bang) and then they went out to find evidence to support it.  In science, we are supposed to go and find the facts and then draw conclusions from those facts.

The Big Bang theory also ignores the First Law of Thermodynamics, which says:  "Matter cannot be created or destroyed".  Those who believe in the Big Bang theory are also either unaware of, or choose to ignore the "Second Law of Thermodynamics" which states:  "Everything tends towards disorder".  So rather than the chaos (big bang) becoming ordered (our universe), just the opposite would be true.  And it is - our complex universe is wearing down - the Sun, as scientists teach us, is dying.

The Big Bang theory, based on all the laws of science, is/was scientifically impossible.  Things wear down, they don’t increase by themselves.  Nothing cannot become something – something was there and the question is, who/what put it there?

Again, this article is not arguing for or against the existing of God, it’s simply applying the laws of science to our universe and then asking some necessary questions about what we think we know.  As we’re always encouraged to do, let’s keep our minds open in our eternal search for truth.

Go check out these interesting links:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUwytm8K0jI&feature=relmfu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okQFqtxCmF4

http://www.seekthetruth.org/bb.html

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