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The big bang theroy is pretty much disproven. Hardly any one that actually studies it belives in it. Its obvious it never happend. When has an explosion ever caused perfict balance? Never! Every exsplosion know to man has caused chaos and disorder so why should this be any differint? Pluse if there was some gigantic explosion how come were not still flying uncontrolable through space if there is nothing to stop us?

Nydas., BlizzForums 28 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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When I \"blow my nose,\" why is my nose fine? Every building I've seen blown up has fallen down. Every safe I've seen blown has broken into at least two pieces. That's why doctors and scientists no longer believe anyone really blows their nose.

1/5/2007 12:42:27 AM


\"Pluse if there was some gigantic explosion how come were not still flying uncontrolable through space if there is nothing to stop us?\"

Here's something you might have trouble wrapping your puny mind around; We are.

1/5/2007 1:55:24 AM


Every explosion known to you. I know it's a shock, but a lot of stuff happens when you're not around to see it, everywhere in the world. It's not safe to assume that your personal experience encompasses all of human learning.

Oh, and we are still flying through space.

1/5/2007 6:49:43 PM


we are still flying uncontrollably through space, you moron. Before you go babbling on about the Big Bng,search 'The Big Crunch s well.

12/23/2007 2:43:57 PM


pure crystallised stupidity. Cheaper by the pound....

12/23/2007 4:46:24 PM

Father Heathen

If slack-jawed Cletus can't grasp it, then by golly it must not be true.

12/23/2007 7:18:58 PM

King Duncan

Err... is this a poe? It's too perfect.
The universe is not in perfect balance.
There is chaos and disorder.
We are flying uncontrollably through space.

12/25/2007 10:28:30 PM


Also, the balance is quite far from perfect, what with all those stars and stuff. Eventually, we might have a pretty good balance when everything in the universe is just heat radiation, in some thousands of millions of years.

12/26/2007 12:11:37 AM

TB Tabby

And don't forget, the Big Bang wasn't a dynamite-style explosion. It was a rapid expansion of space-time.

12/26/2007 12:15:51 AM


Please let this be a joke?!

12/26/2007 2:03:40 AM


Nydas shouldn't have anything to do with thermodynamics, let alone quantum mechanics...

12/26/2007 2:56:14 AM


That whole Large Hadron Colider thing, that's just for the lulz right?

5/3/2009 2:20:21 PM

Perfict? Differint? Pluse?

You haven't yet mastered third-grade spelling and we're supposed to take your opinion of the Big Bang Theory seriously?

5/3/2009 2:45:01 PM


There by the grace of chaos go we!

9/3/2009 5:45:22 AM


first, the universe isn't balanced. its incredibly chaotic. second, WE ARE still flying through space.

2/28/2011 7:05:48 PM


I must have missed the part where the big bang theroy(sic) was disproven. Thankfully, considering it came straight out of Nydas' backside.

3/1/2011 12:22:57 AM


You're flying through space right along with the rest of us, tard.

3/1/2011 6:07:33 AM

Dr. Shrinker

Yeah, yeah, and any day now scientists are going to admit that evolution is an invalid theory and that both the lineages for Jesus given in the NT are absolutely correct...any day now I tells you.

I'll believe it when I see it.

3/1/2011 8:47:10 AM


Your brain is made of cheese.

I can assert hypotheses as facts too.

5/2/2011 12:17:00 AM


Expansion, not explosion.
We ARE still flying through space, not uncontrollable though, the sun is holding us in place.

5/2/2011 1:57:33 AM


You never finished school, did you?

5/2/2011 6:39:11 AM


"The big bang theroy is pretty much disproven."

Want to prove the Big Bang, without spending billions of Euros (the LHC), Cletus? Just detune your TV or radio, until there's just 'snow' on the screen/hissing coming from the speaker.

What you see/hear is electromagnetic remnants of the Big Bang itself.

Occam's Razor. Destroying Religious Stupidity since 1349.


Slack-jawed redneck yokel who plucks a banjo and married his sister - or a Brummie (person from Birmingham, UK) much, Nyda(s)s? Why?

'Would Einstein have had any credibility if he came from Birmingham, with his 'Theroy of Relativitoiy'?!'

-Jeremy Clarkson, "QI"

5/2/2011 7:09:25 AM


Moose, it's not nice to mock accents. Seriously, expecting standardization of dialect to respect a person's mind is a form of bigotry, so unfunny.

...perfect balance is anti-life. The point of 'life' is to imbalance things in one's own favor. (This is of course distinct from the purpose in life, I don't know what the fuck that is.) Excess chaos is pretty hard to live in, too, but nothing about reality is perfectly balanced. All the balanced things are on the very edge of tipping over.

And as everyone else pointed out, we are flying uncontrollably through space. The laws of physics exert some limitations, so that we don't accelerate endlessly and we are drawn into orbit around sufficiently large bodies, but we're in no danger of stopping.

6/21/2011 8:56:58 PM


"The big bang theroy is pretty much disproven. Hardly any one that actually studies it belives in it. Its obvious it never happend."

Nydas, I'm looking to relocate, so tell me... do they have wi-fi in Cloud Cuckoo Land?

6/22/2011 4:47:40 AM



My apologies if my comment came across in such a way. I was merely mocking Nydas' terrible spelling (and how such resembled the Birmingham - UK, not Alabama - accent).

'Brummies' acknowledge that their accent makes them sound a bit 'dim', and they laugh it off. We Brits do have a sense of irony and self-deprecation, after all (there's plenty of humour to be garnered out of my own Yorkshire accent, and the stereotypes connected with such; I'm not offended in the slightest).

Seems there's a few people with membrane-thin skins out there...:


6/22/2011 9:26:02 AM

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