BIG BANG THEORY
• The Big Bang is a Scientific Theory. As such, it must fit every single fact and piece of evidence without exception. • Just one fact that doesn't fit a scientific theory is enough to cause the whole theory to collapse. • Since Big Bang was first put forward as a theory. No such fact or piece of evidence has ever been demonstrated.
• According to the Big Bang theory, the Universe was once in an extremely hot and dense state which expanded rapidly. This rapid expansion caused the Universe to cool and resulted in its present continuously expanding state.
But where did the ‘first tiny dot’ that become the universe come from
If all the matter in the universe was compressed into a small dot. • What caused this to happen? • Where did gravity come from that held it together?
• Big Bang scientists extrapolate a hypothetical scenario from a few facts that some galaxies are expanding, moving further away.
• But this is not the case with the entire universe. There are galaxies in the universe running perpendicular to the rest of the galaxies. • If Big Bang really occurred, there should be a uniform distribution of gasses.
• where did the energy come from to start the spinning? Also, in an environment without friction you would have this spinning dot going so fast it would then explode. If this happened, then all of the particles and matter being expelled from this "spinning dot" would all have to spin in the same direction as the dot they exploded from. This is a known law of science. It is known as the Conservation of angular momentum. This matter which is said to have created the planets would all need to spin in the same direction as the object it came from.
• So therefore, all of the planets should be spinning in the same direction. • However two of them are not. Venus and Uranus spin backwards. • Some planets even have moons that not only spin backwards, but travel backward around their...
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