7.27.2005

The Big Bang Theory: A Monstrous Make-Believe

How's this, folks?

Once before time, the universe began. Time did not always exist. Before there was time or any other natural law/process, there was no space. Suddenly, nothingness came from nothing without time or space, expoding from nothing. This nothingness magically became something and expanded to create a gigantic space/time continuum in the form of our universe, complete with natural laws and a matter/energy differentiation.

Space itself, conjured up by the naturally supernatural explosion, expanded gigantically faster than the speed of light. This super-rapid expansion of matter and energy would have spread all matter out evenly, had it not been for a savior: cold or hot dark matter.

This elusive blend of we-don't-know-what was also magically produced in the explosion, and it warped all the normal matter into random patterns. Of course, we've never seen this super-matter, but we know it must be there. It has to be there, because we know that this tale is true.

The beauty of this story is that whenever objections are raised, another physical law can easily be twisted into agreement. The very law of the conservation of matter (matter cannot spontaneously come into being) was quickly bypassed in the creation of this ideal. Any attack can easily be refuted in this way.

Tell this tale to your children as they sit by your computer screen. Tell it to them when they wake up, and when they go to sleep. If anyone questions it, relentlessly accuse them of intolerance. For, if they believed any other explanation, it would allow a Divine Foot in the door. And we can't have that, can we?

The amazing thing about all this is that secular humanism presumes all this happened by itself, without the aid of any supernatural (greater-than-nature) entity or force. Biblical Creationists, on the other hand, concede that our universe could not have come about "by itself", and, therefore, man is not "the measure of all things". Since any idea that the universe came about on its own is as perposterous as The Little Mermaid, there must be something greater than nature. Something supernatural. GOD. In Him, David S. MacMillan III

7 comments:

Travis said...

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The Blogging Boy Scout,
Travis

David S. MacMillan III said...

I link to you too! Your blog rocks!

Jake said...

Hmm...the "Big Bang Theory." I don't understand why some many Christians don't agree with it. I mean, seriously, the Bible itself supports it. For example: God said let there be light, and BANG! It happened.

But no, nothing good ever comes from a "natural" explosion. If I go outside on the 4th of July and load up a cup with M80s (aka the big firecrackers), light and wait, the only thing I'm going to get is a mess, not a new form of life. It's simple logic.

But I'm rambling...GREAT POST!

David S. MacMillan III said...

That is the only way that the Bible "agrees" with it. The Bible teaches a 6-day creation less than 10,000 years ago. For an example of people who skip around this so that they can still believe in the Big Bang Billions of years ago, go to Reasons To Believe.

But I agree with you that any concept of the universe beginning by itself apart from a super-natural intelligence is perposterous.

M80s ROCK!

David S. MacMillan III said...

My mistake, that should be "Reasons.org, not RTB.org. Sorry about that.

MVB said...

Wow, great post, David! The Big-Bang theory sounds so ridiculous when you hear it.

Great blog, David. I think you have the best articles on any blog I've been to. :)

David S. MacMillan III said...

Thanks a million, mvb. That means a lot to me.