Quote# 64954The Big Bang Explosion
1 - The Big Bang theory is based on theoretical extremes.
It may look good in math calculations, but it can’t actually happen. A tiny bit of nothing packed so tightly together that it blew up and produced all the matter in the universe.
Seriously now, this is a fairy tale. It is a bunch of armchair calculations, and nothing else.
It is easy to theorize on paper. The Big Bang is a theoretical extreme, just as is a black hole. It is easy to theorize that something is true, when it has never been seen and there is no definitive evidence that it exists or ever happened. Let us not mistake Disneyland theories for science.
2 - Nothingness cannot pack together.
It would have no way to push itself into a pile.
3 - A vacuum has no density.
It is said that the nothingness got very dense, and that is why it exploded. But a total vacuum is the opposite of total density.
4 - There would be no ignition to explode nothingness.
No fire and no match. It could not be a chemical explosion, for no chemicals existed. It could not be a nuclear explosion, for there were no atoms!
5 - There is no way to expand it.
How can you expand what isn’t there? Even if that magical vacuum could somehow be pulled together by gravity, what would then cause the pile of emptiness to push outward? The "gravity" which brought it together would keep it from expanding.
6 - Nothingness cannot produce heat.
The intense heat caused by the exploding nothingness is said to have changed the nothingness into protons, neutrons, and electrons. First
, an empty vacuum in the extreme cold of outer space cannot get hot by itself. Second
, an empty void cannot magically change itself into matter. Third
, there can be no heat without an energy source.
7 – The calculations are too exacting.
Too perfect an explosion would be required. On many points, the theoretical mathematical calculations needed to turn a Big Bang into stars and our planet cannot be worked out; in others they are too exacting.
Knowledgeable scientists call them "too perfect." Mathematical limitations would have to be met which would be next to impossible to achieve. The limits for success are simply too narrow.
Vance Ferrell, evolution-facts.org 71 Comments
[8/24/2009 7:24:33 PM]
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