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Catholic and Secular Beliefs

consider the big questions such as ‘How do you explain the origins of the universe?’ ‘Is there life after death?’ and ‘What is the purpose of life?’ both Catholics and humanists have extremely strong views and points. In my report I’m going to be talking about these questions and both views on them, also their similarities and differences. As far back as history goes there have always been two sets of opposing ideas to how the earth came about. One of the most popular theories is ‘The big bang theory’...

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Foundations of Mythology

the death of our bodies. These themes tend to cover the creation of all that exists, the order and mechanics of everything, and why things are the way they are. One commonly overlooked creation myth is that of the big bang theory. There is no factual data that indicates that the big bang occurred 'millions of years ago,' or that it occurred at all, let alone that it will repeat the cycle of condensing all material into a sphere (the size of a period on this page, up to marble sized which is the source...

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In What Ways Is It Hard to Believe in a Religion as a Teenager Growing Up in Britain Today?

religion, that may not exist. Some teenagers might not want to believe in any religion because now we can prove that the big bang happened whereas about 70yrs ago you couldn’t so most people believed in a religion. So they can just believe in modern day science. Also there is no proof of a specific god, whereas science and technology had proved to people, that there was the big bang theory. Teenagers today also like to believe what they can see and what can be proved. A reason why it is hard to believe...

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Astronomy/Origins 2B03 “The Big Questions” “Big Questions” -The past and future of the universe Lectures: Mon, Wed, Thurs@ 5:30 + your Tutorial section -The nature of space and time -The formation of the elements - Life in the universe The theme: Ultimate questions in modern science There is a new enthusiasm in science for tackling the major frontier questions: Science magazine special issue (July 2005): - What is most of the universe made of (dark energy)? - Can the laws...

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Christianity trends

statement to avoid the God-hypothesis? The minds from the future have fine tuned the earth. Perhaps of decendants that have reached back through time to the Big Bang and selected the very laws of physics that allow for the existence of minds in the first place. It's like a loop through time, stretching from the far future back to the Big Bang, the future selecting the past and the past allowing the future The explanation that appeals to me the most is the idea of multiple universes as it does...

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Steady State Theory and Pulsating Theory

dust cloud theory pulsating theory In cosmology, the Steady State theory (also known as the Infinite Universe theory or continuous creation) is a model developed in 1948 by Fred Hoyle, Thomas Gold, Hermann Bondi and others as an alternative to the Big Bang theory (known, usually, as the standard cosmological model). In steady state views, new matter is continuously created as the universe expands, so that the perfect cosmological principle is adhered to.Theoretical calculations showed that a static...

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Ode to a Grecian Urn

that ceremony. And then you feel the sense of awe that Keats felt when confronted by the mind-boggling age of the urn. Today this loses its meaning somewhat because we all have learned about dinosaurs which lived over 65 MILLION years ago and the Big Bang which happened something like 10 BILLION years ago. In comparison 2600 years seems small, but you haver to remember that when Keats wrote most people thought the Earth was only a few thousand years old. The important point is that the urn is very...

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Learning Takes Place Not Only in Classroom

mistakes. However, the percentage of these mistakes is very little. As a result there is a low possibility to be misled. Another positive site of learning in the classroom is that some kind of knowledge people can gain only there. For example, the Big Bang Theory cannot be directly experienced. Also we have now plenty of high technologies; some events that took place in the past cannot be really reproduced. Besides us the most important people in our learning process in the classroom are our teachers...

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Quran and Science

scientifically. There are many scientific signs given in the Quran which agrees with modern science. Out of many signs, I will mention some of which are established facts. Majority of us are aware of the term the big bang theory. How the universe came into existence. “The origin of the Big Bang theory can be credited to Edwin Hubble. Hubble made the observation that the universe is continuously expanding. He discovered that a galaxy’s velocity is proportional to its distance. Galaxies that are twice...

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Does God Exist

a Christian, atheist, agnostic and in addition my own point of view. Most Scientist believe that god doesn’t exists due to the creation of the earth, scientist think the universe was created by the big bang theory and there is scientific evidence of this being true, they believe that in big Bang theory , a giant swirling cloud of rock and dust merged. Eventually, the space particles in this cloud began clumping up together, until our universe was created. This is believed because valid pieces...

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