Seems these raging atheist religious debates will continue forever
and a day. So as they say, if you can’t beat them, join them…
Let me ask the question that’s probably never been asked by these super religious and overly zealous atheists: What caused the Big Bang?
Now before the broken-record atties jump in with the usual, ‘who created God’ argument, let me say that you’ll get that answer as soon as you give this one.
It’s all fine and well to allege that this seemingly random cosmic event just simply happened, without cause or reason, and then to quickly leave this most pertinent starting point and divert attention away to all sorts of mathematical assertions and ‘scientific’ theories. But have we really, really, answered the question?
Bear with me for the moment as I attempt to pull up the hand break on this fundamental moment in our Universe’s history.
Let’s lay aside all the theoretical maybes and mathematical equations that we desperately need to validate this theory. Let’s, for the moment, forget all that.
I have my own theories about our Universe, but since these debates continue with no clear winner in site, we shall focus on the core question, again:
What caused the Big Bang?
It is possible for such an event to simply occur? Where did the matter/gases come from? What caused them to suddenly spin rapidly and get so incredibly hot that they exploded with such force that our entire Universe formed?
Also, if the starting gases/materials were two or three substances (as the ‘scientists’ would have us believe), what would cause them to become the entire array of substances as we know from the Periodic Table?
Has anyone attempted to explain this starting point, in verifiable detail that supports the ‘scientific’ method?