posted on Feb, 2 2013 @ 02:35 AM
There is a point where you ask Christians the same question; well if your God created all this, then who created your God? They always respond with
"Well, I don't know, I'll ask when I die" or some variation of such. This is all very tiresome, and mentally straining to an intelligent person
because the jest of any answer such a person provides is simply this: "I'm done thinking".
Now, if you ask a scientist, "Ah yes, so everything was created by two pieces of matter colliding, and there was a massive explosion that is still
technically going on, and everything expanded to the point of where we are today. A bunch of random chance physic laws created intelligent beings with
bodies that work so wonderfully. Excellent! So where did the two pieces of matter come from?" They would normally respond with some jibber jabber
about false vacuum's and quantum fluctuations, but it's still just that, a theory. The math breaks down at a certain point in backtracking the
The point is, the Genesis has as much standing right now as the Big Bang, other than the fact that science doesn't allow for magic, and magic has
never been proven, the laws of physics have. Unless you are an ancient astronaut theorist than the Bible should be of no consequence in the discussion
of creation, and even then, what created the aliens?
There are theories of a quantum loop, or a time loop in which something happened, or a person intervened in a later time that caused a vacuum to
reverberate back to the beginning of time and started the big bang, again what started the loop? There ARE no answers at the point when it comes to
the moment before the big bang, and we just have to accept that until scientists finally recreate the moment from a complete vacuum.