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What is your opinion on the Big Bang Theory?

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I will keep my opinion to myself.
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I personally do not believe in the Big Bang Theory. I have spoken to countless people who are well versed in the evidences out there proving it but I look at that same evidence, and I see the evidence of a creation happening. I am well aware that geniuses have all concurred on this topic and only a fool would be blind to not see the truth. I am also well aware that and have even seen geniuses be drastically wrong, as man, even though it is so easy to forget, makes mistakes during his lifetime. Not one or two, but many! And people have made the same mistake in droves upon droves so the saying "Ten million Frenchmen can't be wrong" is wrong because they can! People said the Titanic wouldn't sink. Where is it? At the bottom of the ocean. People said (intelligent folks too, mind you) that the year 2000 was the end. What year are we in again? In the time of the Renaissance when the world was filled with intelligent men, some were so sure the earth was flat. All I am saying is someone is right and someone is wrong - there is a fifty/fifty chance. But if I am wrong I have nothing, and I repeat nothing to lose. I will just be reborn to live my life over. No big deal, I won't remember anyhow. Or I'll be dead in the dust. No big deal, I won't know anyhow. Or because I have been good (as I wish to please the Lord) even though I was wrong, I'll still get to that good place just by being a good person and doing good works. No stress.

I am a person who does not believe in chance. I take what the Bible says and I believe it. Foolish to most intelligent minds of the world but that is OK by me because I fear God. I believe that God created the earth just as He said -in seven days. This is the part where I am usually laughed at, but as I say, if man is able to accomplish so much in their own lifetime (let's say 80 years) and man has gone to space, built the atom bomb , the airplane, etc. And man is continuously finding ways to shorten the invention time period , that is creating/inventing new things in a shorter period of time, and succeeding, then why can't God who has lived forever and still lives, so perfect His craft so as to pull off His invention in seven days? It just seems to me that in order to take the limits off of themselves, man limits and underrates the power of God.

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I believe it is indisputably correct. The main evidence favoring the Big Bang theory comes from background cosmic radiation and the redshifts of galaxies. But evidence of the expanding universe was first taught by the Buddha, after his enlightenment through his meditation and equates to his teachings about Nirvana.

But the evidence of the Big Bang theory was not scientifically announced until in 1929 when Edwin Hubble explained his hypothetical model of the universe which postulates that all matter and energy were once concentrated into an unimaginable dense state, or primeval atom, from which it has been expanding ever since.

Hubble's explanation is now generally accepted by all who are enlightened and throughout the scientific community worldwide, but opposed by some religious people. To me it makes very considerably more sense than does the book of Genesis story about a supposed Creator making everything on earth and throughout the universe in seven days, and the theory that He then made Adam and Eve and we are all descended from them is a belief which the scientific evidence apparently proves to be wrong.

The Big Bang is in keeping with the earlier discovered of Darwin about the natural evolution of the species and is now accepted by all the most knowledgeable scientists up to Professor Stephen Hawking today.

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I like the big bang theory, it explains a lot of what I see when I look at the night sky. Scientists have explained a lot about how we are here but there are always unanswered questions and I still think we don't know much. They are now thinking that there could of been another universe before the big bang, similar to the one we are in now and it imploded. Nature is full of cycles, perhaps the biggest one is the expansion and contraction, death and rebirth of the universe?

There is so much evidence that the big bang happened, there is even background noise that can be detected from the event over 13 billion years ago. I'm amazed more people aren't interested in astronomy and astrophysics, it fascinates me.

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We love that show and usually laugh from beginning to end! We like all the characters and really look forward to the night it is on. We don't like it when any of the shows start talking about "sickening" subjects but you know they all seem to do that from time to time and you never know when it will happen. Even watching America's Funny Home Videos....your laughing and laughing and then something sickening comes on and we just hate that. But all in all, I would say The Big Bang Theory is a pretty good show!

Sheldon is just silly...Penny, Penny, Penny....lol!

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I don't believe it happened. In my opinion it came from the mind of a human to try and explain why we are here. Humans can't understand the universe, it's dimensions and it's secrets.

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The Big Bang Theory is one of the few that explains most observable phenomena in the universe. Therefore it is the most acceptable theory about the origin and extent of the universe.

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Love the TV show. Couldn't care less about the origin of the universe. I'm here, I live, I die no matter what.

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I think the big bang theory is the most plausible explanation we have for creation that fits what we know.

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I'm looking for an opinion on the Theory of the Big Bang. ...Not the show. ...

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Any other Opinion's.

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