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Originally posted by Equinox99
That is what never made sense to me. How did the heat, particles and molecules come to be from nothingness.
To me I believe in a God so it makes sense to me and I do not question it.
When I question it it does not seem to add up. If there is a scientist in the house please elaborate on how the big bang came from nothingness.
All it does is shove the question back a rung.
However, new research suggests that the Universe may be flat, ie, expanding steadily without slowing down. This would disprove the Cyclical Universe Theory
and i mean nobody
is positing that things came from nothing.
Theoretical physicist Paul Davies:
What happened before the big bang? The answer is: Nothing.
the big bang is the beginning of planck time,
not the creation of everything. things existed before the big bang.
Originally posted by Thousand
Science doesn't say that matter came from nothing. Before the Big Bang, the entire universe was compacted into a single point, infinitely small and dense. The entire universe, all of space, all energy and all matter (which was energy at that point) was present in this extremely small package. The Big Bang was the act of this singularity's rapid, "explosive" expansion. Fast forward a few hundred thousand years, and this seething hot soup of energy cooled enough to allow matter to condense out of it.
Everything was always there. Something did not come from nothing.