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In the beginning according to science there was a big bang. But also, there was a spinning beginning. The universe started in a swirling motion and everything in the universe is a part of a spinning motion. Even there is a theory that as things spin off of the big bang, they expand in a swirling motion. Usually a clockwise motion. But not everything. There are planets that spin counterclockwise. There are moons that have counterclockwise orbits. There is even a whole galaxy that marches to the beat of a different drummer and is swirling counter clock wise. What theory does science have to explain this? Nothing, zip, zero, zilch, nada. They have no explaination at all for this. What explaination does creationism have for these seemingly backward spinning heavenly bodies? Simple, in the beginning God knew that someone was going to come up with a theory to try to disprove creationism. So God put a reverse spin on parts of the universe, just to keep their theory from being so neat and tidy.

JohnR7, Christian Forums 16 Comments [2/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Mark

You so got this from Kent Hovind. I watched one of his videos, it was pretty funny. You see, when he was supposedly projecting a textbook showing the "spinning" you are refering to, he was actually showing the nebular hypothesis.

Besides, do you think the big bang theory says planets just flew out?

2/4/2008 6:28:52 AM

Armond

Just because an explanation exists doesn't mean it's right... Because you're dumb.

I might be missing something, but who said everything had to be clockwise? Cause I'd venture to guess that with the varying angles of objects from the center of the explosion (is that the right word?), it'd be pretty random what went where.

2/4/2008 9:54:28 AM

Freboy

Your explanation of the big bang is somewhat flawed.

But do try again...

2/4/2008 10:14:54 AM

Brain_In_A_Jar

You think the entire, incomprehensibly vast universe was created just for the benefit of us barely evolved apes on this vanishingly small orb? Arrogant little fucker, aren't you?

2/4/2008 4:09:13 PM

Caustic Gnostic

Creationism is disproven, because the universe is random.

2/4/2008 4:13:40 PM

GigaGuess

Really now. So God, in making perfection, and order, threw in some chaos just to throw us off?

2/4/2008 6:38:59 PM

Apostle

AAAAAAAAA!!!! God is fucking with us !!!!

2/4/2008 7:45:45 PM

TerriblyAmused

@Apostle: Get used to it. According to John, every bit of evidence that contradicts the existence of God is more proof (praise be) that the almighty Lawd saw fit to place it there so that the heathen leftist Communistic atheist left-wing baby-eaters would feel justified in their beliefs.

2/4/2008 7:48:11 PM

Gnomist

FUndamentalism in a nutshell - I don't know how it works, goddidit. Oh, you kinda know how it works, well, still goddidiit.

3/20/2008 10:04:47 AM

rubber chicken

There is matter and there is, theoretically, Anti-matter. In the same way there is intelligence and there is Anti-Intelligence, or, to give it its common name, JohnR7. If JohnR7 and Steven Hawking ever came into contact the universe as we know it would cease to exist.

3/20/2008 2:45:56 PM

Princess Rot

Did anyone else get Kylie's "Spinning Around" in their head while reading this? I'm afraid JohnR7 doesn't "explainate" things very well *snigger*

3/20/2008 3:46:35 PM

Delmania

" So God put a reverse spin on parts of the universe, just to keep their theory from being so neat and tidy."

Well, that explains it.

...except that God has nothing to gain from intentionally deceiving his creations like this. It's not a popularity contest.

3/20/2008 4:24:23 PM

Canadiest

Science has no problem with things spinning the other way as only braindead creationists said they should all spin the same way. Nothing in spacial physics says that at all. This is a strawman from long ago picked up and respread by dicks like Hovind.

3/20/2008 8:46:56 PM



If a moon or planet was impacted by an asteriod or the likes, that could cause a counterclockwise spin. A counterclockwise galaxy could be the result of the awsome sounding galactic cannibalism. I'm a senior in highschool, and i was able to provide u with theories from knowledge i had already known, this was seriously too easy.

7/1/2011 3:46:25 PM

thefastlanewillkillyou

If a moon or planet was impacted by an asteriod or the likes, that could cause a counterclockwise spin. A counterclockwise galaxy could be the result of the awsome sounding galactic cannibalism. I'm a senior in highschool, and i was able to provide u with theories from knowledge i had already known, this was seriously too easy.

7/1/2011 3:46:51 PM

God

No, I made stuff spin like that because I got bored with everything spinning the same way.

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