posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 04:26 PM
Originally posted by Lionhearte
People still believe in the Big Bang? It's completely outdated, totally impossible, illogical, non scientifical and nonsensical and is only even
feasible as a mathematical equation on a piece of paper, if hardly. Yet if you ask a believer of this dying faith they will ask you to ignore the
"small problem" of something coming out from nothing, and look at the rest of the theory, which is also has some problems.. and more problems. Then
more problems arise with the theory.
People just look at the so-called "proof" via interpretations of observational data that do not relate to reality. Microwaves MUST mean that
everything was once in one spot that exploded/expanded? Red Shifts MUST indicate greater velocity the older the light is from ever farther objects
away from Earth?
Where are our free thinkers?
You guys can believe whatever you want, and state whatever opinion you'd like. My opinion is this - Stop making false assumptions and interpretations
and use your deductive reasoning abilities to understand that this never has nor ever will be proven as a viable theory.
How is it an assumption when we are witnessing everything expanding? If everything is expanding, it had to have come from somewhere. Trace it all
back, and I bet you, you will find a central point from whence it all came.
It also takes a hell of a lot more 'faith' to believe some omnipotent being burst everything into existance. Waited thousands or millions of years,
depending on your particular view of Christianity, and then decided "Whoa now, my creation is going how I wanted it to go. I had better send myself,
claiming to be my own son, to Earth and have myself tortured and killed. That way, I can forgive everyone's sin. (This sin, by the way, was my fault
as well. Since they were my creations, I knew what they were going to do, so I threw a mystical tree into the mix, and forbade them to eat from it.
Even though I knew they would, only so I could kick them out, and then follow the whole 'sacrifice' myself thing.
Yeah, you're right.. the big bang doesn't make sense.
edit on 5-7-2012 by Daemonicon because: (no reason given)