The Big Bang Ban by an 11-Year Old Boy
January 13, 2017 8:50am CST
Editor's note: He typed every word on this post. I just edited a bit of capitalizations and punctuations. "While I was in the shower, I was thinking. How ridiculous the Big Bang theory is. How can nothing form something? Where did the Bang come from? The big bang started from gases formed together, and then, exploded, created water, rocks, land, trees, the planets? Yeah, sure. And where did those things come from? Those gases are a heck of massive gases! I guess, nothing should become something, because nothing is something! An explosion will destroy something, not create!" * He does make common sense shower-time thinking. He does sing, too, most of the time. What say you?
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14 Jan 17
Very sound reasoning! If there was some sort of explosion or big bang, it would have to be superbly orchestrated to create a universe with so many many elements and the possibility of creating intelligent life. An intelligent super-powerful, wise God exists and he tells us all about himself in the Bible.
15 Jan 17
@everwonderwhy It warms the heart to see young people that can reason so wisely. I'm reminded of the following prayer of Jesus. Luke 10:21 New International Version (NIV) 21 At that time Jesus, full of joy through the Holy Spirit, said, “I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children. Yes, Father, for this is what you were pleased to do.
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
15 Jan 17
Who said there was ever "nothing"? Who said everything that now 'is' had to 'not be' before and -had to 'come into existence' from the state of 'not existing'? Who cares? How does that change 'what exists now'?
27 Jan 17
The Big Bang Theorists.They believe, with their lives, that with such an explosion, something massively universal came of it. If there is a Big Bang, there must be a Banger from whom all these 'created bangies' came from that explosion.. I wish I could make millions of paper dollars out of my collection of books after an entropic thermodynamic decay or putting my books under an explosion to nothingness and the ashes turn into money.
• United States
8 Feb 17
The world may never know lol. It seems like every theory has a bit of sense and then we seem to get stumped sometimes leaving us with more questions than answers which becomes frustrating. Makes you almost stop asking or wondering. Almost!