Quote# 27022

"Basically, the theory is that some 15-30 billion years ago, there was nothing. Then, all of a sudden, BANG. All that is exploded into existance from nothing.

Since then, the universe has been on a steady course of random evolution. According to the theory, this random course has come to the point where we are now.

Even in the most basic explanation (as I have given here) it is flawed. One of the fundamental laws of physics is that matter can neither be created nor destroyed. This whole theory assumes that matter spontaneously created itself.

On the other hand, God is the author of the laws of Physics. He can do miracles, and He gave us the explanition that he created the universe."

Imasaved1, Teens-4-Christ 56 Comments [7/7/2007 12:26:22 PM]
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One of the fundamental laws of physics is that matter can neither be created nor destroyed. This whole theory assumes that matter spontaneously created itself.

While that may be true for the laws of Newtonian physics, it is completely possible under some theories of Quantum Physics.

Heave you fat ass off your head and start reading the actual material. Otherwise you'll just end up sounding, and being, dumber then already are.

7/7/2007 12:34:48 PM

This make no sence .If god created matter then what was god made out of
After all matter is defined as something that occupies space .So did god occupi space if then he was matter .

BANG. All that is exploded into existance from nothing
Close but not quite
Hydrogen atoms were among the first atoms to form in the early universe. Hydrogen nuclei—that is, protons—formed within three minutes after the big bang, the explosion that scientists believe created the universe as we know it (see Big Bang Theory). The protons began to combine with electrons to form hydrogen atoms when the universe was about 300,000 years old. This process of combination continued until the universe was about one million years old. In stars, hydrogen nuclei combine with each other in nuclear reactions to build helium atoms. These high-energy reactions create the light and heat of the Sun and most other stars.

. Hydrogen, with only one proton, is the simplest element.
Hydrogen, can combine chemically with almost every other element and forms more compounds
These Hydrogen compounds include water, minerals, and hydrocarbons—compounds made of hydrogen and carbon—such as petroleum and natural gas.
So you see it wasnt lie bang and all thei was here it was like bang and then after a very long long long time like around 13 billion years all this came to be .

Dosnt this make more since than y the easy answer .
A Long White Haired Deity with flowing robes and big muscles(don't why God alway was depicted with big muscles but he was) And stern look and long bread Standing on rock (don't know were they came form either but there alway there.) Floating or standing on his rock in sea of oblivion snap his godly fingers ( don't know why god had fingers fet eyes mouth and staff either not much use for such thing in oblivan ) Thne Bang he snap his finger clap his hand waves wand or blink his eyes and it all here all of the trees birds animals the fish and the sea and the land all it creatures grass seaweed sky cloud rain everything is here and don't forget the funny joke .He pulled off with thoses silly fossils.that he/she/it sercerly hid on us so we find them later .He hid them as As a test of our loyalty to him/her/it. I guess god is quite the joker isn't he /she /it (hahaha)and let not forget he created everthing you see all of it including the galaxies and space, the moon and sun and all the other useless stars planetary systems ..
Now that we have your idea and mine who Idea seem more plausible .
But at lest you got the BANG part right .you got look at the positive in life I alway say.

7/7/2007 1:18:40 PM


Basically, the theory is that some six thousand years ago, there was nothing. Then, all of a sudden, POOF; God appears. All that is is popped into existance(sic) by God.

7/7/2007 1:31:06 PM


Yes, this theory is extremely flawed. Good thing the ACTUAL Big Bang theory doesn't say this.

7/7/2007 1:36:24 PM

The Watcher

"Even in the most basic explanation (as I have given here) it is flawed."

You bet it is, Bro. Stinky! Why don't you try giving the CORRECT explanation, which won't be flawed?

7/7/2007 1:36:33 PM


"the most basic explanation (as I have given here) it is flawed"

not surprising since you don't actually know what the explanation is

7/7/2007 1:37:25 PM


Paging Dr Cox! Paging Dr Cox!

7/7/2007 1:53:28 PM


Adrian: You rang?


7/7/2007 1:57:12 PM


Brother Randy shows that he has the same knowledge of the "Big Bang" that he does of American History, none! However, that doesn't stop him from showing his ignorance by expounding at length on his (made-up) facts of both.

7/7/2007 2:05:43 PM


Umm, E=mc^2??

Energy equals mass x speed of light squared. This is a fixed exchange rate between energy and mass. So no mass was being created, merely converted from energy. God doesn't need to be (and isn't) part of the equation.

7/7/2007 2:49:28 PM


Anyone dumb enough to ask Bugger Randy about the Big Bang, laws of physics or the ToE deserves the worthless, mind-rotting answers he gives them.

7/7/2007 3:18:33 PM


And BR does his level best to lead unsuspecting children down the garden path of ignorance and superstition.

7/7/2007 3:24:14 PM

7/7/2007 3:34:05 PM


Come on Randy, my grandmother could build a better strawman than that, and she's dead.

7/7/2007 3:46:56 PM


Funny how he's trying to use physics to discard physics

7/7/2007 3:58:55 PM

Old Viking

Uh, Randy, baby, the part that says matter can't be created? Think about it.

7/7/2007 4:02:15 PM

Wet Walnuts

^^ Exactly, he is saying that something cannot come from nothing...and then he turns around and tells us that the Invisible Man in the Sky created something from nothing.

Cognitive dissonance, anyone?

(I'm not going to say anything about relativity or quantum physics here because unlike Randy, I am honest enough to admit that I don't know enough about them to comment...my knowledge of these topics is rudimentary at best.)

7/7/2007 4:10:56 PM


Actually, the big bang didn't start from nothing.

And just because we presume that something cannot come from nothing doesn't mean that it doesn't. And just because it might have to come from something doesn't mean it comes from a creator god.

7/7/2007 4:19:18 PM


Quantum physics > "God didit"

7/7/2007 6:20:19 PM


Matter cannot be created, and for that matter, neither can humans. Thanks for destroying your own argument, ImaSaved

7/7/2007 6:39:00 PM


No one knows where the universe's initial energy/matter came from. Scientists admit that. It's overstating things to say it came from "nothing", though. We don't know that either.

This has nothing to do with evolution or the question of whether humans are descended from non-human ancestors, which is really the only question of interest to fundies. Even if scientists admitted some god or gods created the Big Bang, that has no bearing on whether there was one or many gods, a succession of them, whether they still exist, etc. So worrying about the source of the Big Bang is theologically useless to Christians. Unlike the Bro, Aquinas would have realized this 800 years ago.

7/7/2007 7:07:28 PM

Madame Scarlet

The whole theory of creationism assumes that matter was spontaneously created by an outside force. One of the fundamental laws of physics is that matter can neither be created nor destroyed. Therefore, creationism is flawed.

7/7/2007 9:48:19 PM



Randy is the stupidest man alive1!!

7/7/2007 9:49:30 PM


Then your own theory proves that god could not have created the universe. Good one numbnuts.

7/7/2007 10:38:11 PM


By the way, the Big Bang is but ONE theory to describe the creation of the universe. It is scientifically accepted, but does that mean its true? I'm not saying your view is right, but your assumption is that all atheists and people able of logical thought say the Big Bang is the only way the universe was created. I don't know of any other theories, but there surely will be other.

Hey, ever tried reading up more on the Big Bang? And also, I take people whoar eable to spell properly more seriously than the average fanatic.

7/8/2007 3:28:23 AM

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