I always heard the opposite. The reason the big bang could occur was because there was no existing universe to oppose it’s creation. Whether or not you think God was involved in that depends on your own religion I guess.
Nevertheless, there is nothing in the laws of thermo that contradict the big bang. Once a universe exists, within that universe, you can’t create something from nothing.
“..Once a universe exists, within that universe, ...”
yes, but that begs the question...
>>>Once a universe exists, within that universe, you cant create something from nothing.
In other words, once we grant that One Big Miracle occurred, then we can grant a non-miraculous, fully knowable, universe comprising matter and energy.
The first law of thermodynamics says zero. So unless you are going to invent another physics you are going to have get around that zero.