The very foundations of the big bang completely collapse when we start at the beginning and ask: What was IT which exploded and where did IT come from?

What created IT?

Why did IT explode?

GOD existed at the beginning. The very existence of the universe is proof of GOD's existence. Something must have created the universe. That something is GOD.

Likewise, the Big Bangers tell us the very existence of the universe is proof of the big bang. Something must have created it. That something is the big bang.

The "big bangers" are merely substituting the word "god" for the "big bang"

Just as the man or woman of faith believes god has always existed and that all things come from god, the Big Bang Theory telsl us that the entire universe began as a hypercondensed primeval atom, which had been compacted into a tiny point of singularity and that all things come from that primeval atom which existed prior to the big bang.

Where did this primeval atom come from and why was the entire universe compacted into a point of singularity? The Big Bang believers have no answer.

If the entire universe existed as a point of singularity prior to the big bang, and since matter can be neither created nor destroyed, then all the matter of the universe, and thus, the very fabric and foundations of the universe, existed prior to the big bang.

Likewise, if the universe had been compacted to a point of singularity prior to a big bang, then the universe existed prior to the big bang.

This is a question every atheist should ponder and not ignore!

If the universe existed prior to the "big bang" what created the "big bang" universe prior to the "big bang" universe???

The "big bang" mathematical theory has no reference to the "real world. It is science fiction!!  

The "big bang" mathematical theory is a religion based on science fiction and has no reference to the real world we live in.



According to Big Bang theology, within milliseconds of the explosion, the temperature of the universe was in excess of T=1032K. Then the universe cooled down to 2.725 K which is the average temperature of the cosmos.

Since the Big Bang universe is a closed system, what became of the heat generated by the blast?

As based on the Laws of Thermodynamics, the cosmic radiation permeating the universe (supposedly created by a superhot big bang), could have cooled only if it exchanged heat with something cold that was NOT created by a hot big bang, and only if this cold-something exists outside the known universe which is permeated by this radiation (a cold circle outside a hot circle).

The only way temperature of 1032K could drop down to 2.725 K requires a separate external energy source and a cold sink located in space adjacent to but independent of the universe created by the big bang. This means, if there was a big bang, it was a little bang and is not responsible for the creation of the universe.

According to the "Big Bang Theory", prior to the big bang there was no space, no time, no nothingness, no emptiness, no outside, no outer anything. Everything was compacted into a point of singularity. The singularity and the universe created by the big bang was a closed-system totality.

Do you see where this makes no sense and is not logical, not a valid theory at all?

It is claimed that within one second of the blast, the universe was homogeneous and isotropic and 10 -33 cm in size with a temperature of T=1032K. Therefore when this singularity exploded the expanding outward blast remained a homogenous close-system totality of incredible heat.

A modification of Lemaître's Big Bang model, called "inflation" posits that within moments (10-35 seconds) of the Big Bang, the expansion of the universe cooled to around 1027 to 1028K and rapidly accelerated in size followed by a decelerating expansion as originally proposed by Lemaître.

According to theory, within 0.0001 seconds after the Big Bang the growing Universe cooled to a temperature of about T=1013 K

Within 56,000 years after the Big Bang the temperature dropped to 9000 K.

13.7 billion years after the Big Bang, the temperature finally drops to 2.725 K (-270.425 C or -454.765 F) which is the current temperature of space.

What happened to the heat?

The all-pervasive, but relatively cool cosmic background is described as evidence that the expanding big bang universe initially was incredibly hot. And yet, this is the equivalent of stating that the existence of ice proves it was caused by fire; which is absurd. Expansion within a homogenized closed system of equal temperature, cannot cause cooling. In fact, there is no evidence that the universe was ever warmer than 2.725 K.

As based on the Laws of Thermodynamics, the only way for the big bang universe to cool from 1032K to 2.725 K is if the radiation had been exchanging and transfering heat with something very cold outside of the universe, for where else would this "cold" come from? Wouldn't this outside become warmer, for where did the heat go? Yet, we are also told, there is no "outside" for any universe created by a big bang had to be a closed system.

The law of conservation of energy states that the total amount of energy in an isolated system remains constant: energy cannot be created or destroyed. Energy in an isolated system can only change form, for instance kinetic energy can become thermal energy.

The theory of the big bang is supposedly based on Einstein's theory of relativity. According to Einstein's theory, energy is associated with mass. In an isolated system the mass of a system cannot change, as energy cannot enter or leave the system.

Since mass also cannot enter or leave a closed system, energy is also conserved.

A closed system universe which supposedly cools from 1032K to 2.725 K violates Einstein's theory of relativity and the fundamental laws of physics--which is precisely why Einstein rejected the big bang as based on a flawed physics.

In a closed system there can be no loss of heat. Imagine a pressure cooker which is completely sealed and which represents the totality of existence and which has a temperature of 1032K. In a closed system with no outside, the temperature would forever remain 10 32 K. Even if the pressure cooker grows in size because of increasing pressure, the temperature would not decrease.

A closed system cannot cool from 1032K to 2.725 K, for this violates the 1st and 2nd Laws of Thermodynamics. In a closed homogenous system, temperatures that begin at 1032K will remain at 1032K, forever.

Cooling occurs only via conduction, radiation, convection, or a combination of these forces. Convection and radiation require heat transfer to a source with a lower temperature.

In a closed system as envisioned by the big bang we must ask: Transfer to what? Transfer to where? According to the laws of thermodynamics: to an area which is cool and not part of the hot. Heat reduction can only occur via the transfer of heat from a region that is hot to another area which is cold.

Thus, a cold area must exist separately from the area of heat. Therefore if the big bang universe had been very hot, this means a cold universe had to exist prior to and alongside, or surrounding the hot expansion created by a big bang--and this is not possible if the entire universe was created by an intensely hot big bang.

In other words, the pressure cooker must exist within a room that is much cooler than inside the pressure cooker, and they must be able to exchange mass or energy. However, this would also mean that the pressure cooker is not the totality of existence.

Further, if the universe were expanding and if the expansion were accelerating, temperatures cannot decrease. A reduction in density, for example, reduces conduction: heat transfer stops. Further, conduction cannot occur in a vacuum. Moreover, if the expansion of the universe were accelerating, the universe would be growing warmer, not cooler, and galaxies would be turning to hot gas thereby fueling the expansion--and this is clearly not the case. Conversely, if the universe were cooling it should have long ago turned into a solid chunk of ice.

If you are a "believer' in the "big bang" religion theory, how do you explain that conduction of the heat generated during the big bang could not have occured in the vacuum of space? If you indicate the "big bang" theory explains this you are believing in a big bang religion of science fiction that has no reference to the real world and what is observed and validated in the real world concerning the conduction of heat in a vacuum. Your virtual "big bang" world explains anything can happen without regard to real world observations that can be validated. The "big bang theory" is arithmetical statement that is not true and not provable in the theory. It really is science fiction.

Temperature is a property of a population of molecules; a single molecule does not have a temperature. A single molecule has kinetic energy, a function of its mass and speed. Kinetic energy can become thermal energy and give off heat, not cold.

According to the First Law of Thermodynamics, in a system consisting of a fixed number of particles, the energy/heat of that system can only be lost to its surroundings which are much cooler.

In a closed system, and in a closed universe, there are no surroundings. In a closed system energy cannot be lost or destroyed or transferred because everything is the same: the same temperature, the same mass, the same energy.

According to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, if temperatures are equal, they remain equal. Heat must flow from hot to cold. If temperatures are uniformly 10 32 K in the original homogeneous expanding universe, then there are no temperature differences within the system.

Further, it is impossible to convert heat completely into work in a cyclic process within a closed system. In a closed universe or a closed system, it is impossible to extract energy by heat from a high-temperature energy source and then convert all of the energy into work (e.g. the creation of stars and galaxies). At least some of the energy must be passed on to a low-temperature energy sink which becomes warmer.

Heat must flow from a hot material to a cold material. There must be a difference in equilibrium, between hot and cold. Temperatures can change only if there are temperature differences between systems in contact with each other.

An isolated system that has a uniform temperature of 1032K, is 1032K everywhere within the system, and has already equalized at 1032K.

Further, according to the laws of thermodynamics, useful "work" cannot be derived from an isolated system in equilibrium. Molecules could not form, and there would be no stars, planets, or galaxies if there was a big bang beginning.

Therefore, if there was a big bang, and if temperatures were initially at 1032K, temperatures could only have dropped if the universe created by the big bang was not a closed system, and only if there were other systems, that is, other universes where it was much colder. Heat loss and cooling are possible only if there are differences in equilibrium between two systems in contact with each other.

Thus, the universe could never have been created in a big bang, and in a closed system temperatures could have never cooled from 1032 K to 2.725 K . Instead, cooling requires that a cold universe already existed prior to the big bang, which means there was no big bang creation of the universe.

The entire model of a big bang and the "evidence" used to support it (e.g. background radiation) becomes plausible only if we suspend logic and the laws of physics--which is why it was denounced by Einstein, Hoyle, and others as unjustifiable, absurd, and based on a flawed understanding of physics.

The theory of the big bang is religion, and magical thinking, masquerading as science.

If all mass/energy/singularity existed before the big bang, and since neither mass nor energy can be created or destroyed, the theory of the big bang explains nothing, has no basis, and must be rejected.

True science requires that a theory make accurate predictions and be constantly tested against observation.

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Romans 1:20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life."

Psalm 19:1-3 19:1 The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. 19:2 Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. 19:3 There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard.

Genesis 1:1, "In the beginning (time), God created the heavens (space) and the earth (matter)."

We all see the evidence of God's creation. How we interpret what we see helps us make sense of this present world. The Bible, the “history book of the universe”, provides a reliable, eye-witness account of the beginning of all things. When properly understood, the “evidence” confirms the biblical account. The universe is "fined tuned" for life, ie designed by a designer, creator, The Lord GOD Almighty.