The Big Bang Refutation

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139 views, 4 upvotes, Made by tommyd1981 5 months ago big bang theorycreationdark matterdark energysciencereason
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Seems legit :)

Just a few tiny problems:
1. Science must be falsifiable. Is God falsifiable? Is supernatural creation falsifiable?
2. An expansion is not an explosion. A balloon expanding is not the same as a balloon exploding.
3. "Data" and "installed" are inaccurate terms in this discussion, since you're saying that being compared to something means it is that very thing. Not so.
4. "Because they are invisible, it is as if they do not exist..." Isn't God invisible? Also, something being invisible does not mean it doesn't exist. Oxygen is invisible, yet it exists.
5. It is not a "requirement" that in the beginning there was nothing. Where did you get that idea?
6. How does supernatural creation meet the other requirements of the scientific method you listed? Was it observed by any human? Is it testable? Is it repeatable?
7. At what university did you study astrophysics and/or quantum theory? I'm interested in where you got your knowledge of this subject.
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Illogical doesn't mean it's untrue. It just means that strange things happen which don't always make sense.
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So you could say "x happened" and if it made no sense you would say "Strange things happen which don't make any sense"? Oh I can imagine how you would respond to people trying that one on you when you think (perhaps quite rightly) that you have proven that what they are saying makes no sense. And how would you answer the question "Why do you believe x happened?" Nothing personal. We're kinda friends right? But come on dude. :D
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Not making sense and not being supported by evidence are two different things. Something can seem illogical, but if it's well supported by evidence, then it could very well be true :)
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Well *now* you add the word "seem" which clarifies what you meant. But I remember trying to talk you through some things logically in regard to
..I think it was God creating the universe...and you just seemed to...not be able to handle it in a shying away kind of way. As opposed to some of the obnoxious railing one gets in such a situation from certain users and I appreciate that you don't go there. When it comes to certain things it really comes down to ppl resisting the moral and spiritual implications of being accountable to an omnipotent creator. I'm sorry but if it was really about logic and evidence evolution would be treated as the absurdity that it is. Apart from spiritual rebirth ppl simply hate the light. Some more obviously than others.
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To claim the universe existed in some form, but had to greatly expand to be what it is now is simply a diversion away from having to answer the question of where it came from in the first place. 'Scientists' try to pass off this explanation of expansion as an explanation of creation, when it is merely a reformation of something that already existed. ...Where did it come from? They try to distract us by telling us how it was reformed, hoping we will think they are telling us how it was created.
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The First Law of Thermodynamics says that energy (and hence matter) cannot be created or destroyed. So all the matter and energy that currently exist have always existed, either as matter or energy. According to this Law, there was never a time in the universe when there was no energy.
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So science itself has ruled out the creation of the universe happening through any natural processes. That would mean only the supernatural could be responsible for the creation of the universe. Like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle said, "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
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I use the word 'invisible', I guess, to relate this to how a child covers their eyes and thinks everything disappeared. In another meme I use the word 'undetectable'. I could say 'undetectable and unverified', but I think keeping it to a one-word descriptive helps to better make my point.
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This isn't meant to be scientific proof of a certain god or their act of creation. This is meant to relay that the Big Bang Theory is unscientific and illogical. It is just a doctrine of another religion masquerading as science.
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When I talk about the Big Bang, I'm thinking of the event of the whole creation, not just expansion and reformation. I'm thinking about what I remember from Science class in school; in the beginning there was nothing, then there was an explosion, then there was something, then that something expanded, then it became what it is now. I suppose this is cause for misunderstanding.
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