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Posted on 04/25/2014 8:30:14 AM PDT by fishtank
Americans Question the Big Bang
by Brian Thomas, M.S. *
A new poll revealed that 51 percent of Americans question the Big Bang theory, and 54 percent of Americans believe that the universe is so complex that there must have been a designer.1 Mainstream scientists are not happy about it.
The Associated Press-GfK poll queried Americans' confidence in a number of other issuesthe genetic code's link to inherited traits, smoking's link to lung cancerand the respondents expressed more confidence in these issues than they did in the Big Bang. According to AP, "Those results depress and upset some of America's top scientists, including several Nobel Prize winners, who vouched for the science in the statements tested, calling them settled scientific facts."2
But the Big Bang theory asks us to believe the incrediblethat randomized forms of matter and energy coming from an unknown source self-organized into stars, galaxies, planets, life and ultimately people.
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Good grief. Why is there ANY problem with God creating us via a Big Bang? Unreal.
"These pictures are from your Hooble Telescope."
Ummm, that's "Hubble".
“First there was nothing, and then it exploded.”
Makes perfect sense to me.
God could easily have spoken cause a very organized, creative Big Bang!
I, personally, believe a Big Bang could have been the spark that caused this vast thing we call the universe to be. No reason God couldn’t have caused it.
All science should be based on public opinion polls because we all know 51% of Americans could never be wrong.
It all depends on the meaning of “nothing”.
According to bill clinton.
..... nad we all know that 90% of scientists are always right?
Love that show.
Halton Christian “Chip” Arp (March 21, 1927 December 28, 2013) was an American astronomer. He was known for his 1966 Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, which (it was later realized) catalogues many examples of interacting and merging galaxies. Arp was also known as a critic of the Big Bang theory and for advocating a non-standard cosmology incorporating intrinsic redshift.
too bad it’s run by a bunch of perverts
The big bang theory is just a feeble attempt for man to explain the unexplainable. There was no big bang...the universe is a steady state environment with materials constantly being extinguished and created. Look at their search for “dark matter” to substantiate their thesis...doesn’t make sense or exist. The “red shift” can be explained by a deterioration in the speed of light over vast periods and distances.
Read further than the headline. It states that the universe is so complex that it is illogical to think it was created by a huge random undirected explosion.
ah, but “given enough time”...
“Good grief. Why is there ANY problem with God creating us via a Big Bang? Unreal.”
Exactly! I’ve always said that the Bible verse, “And God said, Let there be light” is the perfect description of the Big Bang, especially when explaining it to early humans.
More and more we are hearing about "settled science". The whole nature of science is to explore, experiment, and postulate, then explore and experiment more, not to ridicule.