In a recent class I gave, I called the Big Bang Theory a fairy tale. A teenager was so upset he walked out. Later on his father came up to disagree with me and get me to accept that what I said was “my perspective”. I had to hold that what I said was true.
OK, so here’s the theory… once upon a time, no wait, there was no time even, no space, nothing, but then… just all of a sudden, out of nothing, came a MASSIVE EXPLOSION, and Lo Behold, the Universe as we know it, came out of that explosion. End fairy tale.
Yes, I know about the variant of that tale which goes “there was the singularity” which was basically an infinitesimal point of infinite energy and mass that suddenly exploded. Where did this infinitesimal singularity come from? What caused it to explode and why?
How absurd is this?
Not a tiny little nanometer cube of space can be created from nothing. Not even one atom can be created from nothing. Let alone this massive Universe that is so full of such beautiful order, such beautiful symmetry.
Please reject the Big Bang Theory, it is unproven garbage. Contest it everywhere you find mention of it. If a textbook must list it, then have it listed as an unproven theory, a mere belief.
Even if it appears in our school textbooks. Even if people get paid salaries and grants to “prove it”. Even if we have been told so much about it that we “believe”.
Nothingness does not exist, and nothing comes out of nothing.
The Universe is not nothing. Therefore the Big Bang Theory is false.
Modern day scientists claim that the universe began 14 billion years ago with a big explosion that they have named the Big Bang. Of course, they did not witness this Big Bang. They merely theorize that it must have happened because according to their calculations our universe is an expanding universe. But if we logically analyze the Big Bang theory, we can see that using it to explain the origin of the universe is problematic. The biggest problem is that we have never experienced an explosion that creates order. Explosions are very good at disrupting order, but they never create order. Therefore it is illogical to assume that our highly ordered universe has manifested from an explosionSankarshan Das Adhikari www.joincourse.com
Why do people believe in this fanatical religious dogma that is the big bang theory? If you want to know more about how the Universe came into existence, contact me, or leave a comment in the comments section.