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If the world begin with a big bang, where did the gases come from?

If the world begin with a big bang caused by gases – where did the gases come from?
Sarah Mumford from West Yorkshire (age 45-54)

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5 Responses

  1. Hello Sarah,

    I’m not sure what you mean when you say that the Big Bang was caused by gases.

    Most scientists believe that the universe was created in a Big Bang explosion that not only created all matter, but crucially it created space and time itself.

    Current observations show that all astronomical objects are moving apart from one another, a bit like how dots on the surface of a balloon all move apart from one another as you blow into the balloon and it expands. In other words space-time itself is expanding.

    What caused the Big Bang? Nobody knows, and it might well be that we will never be able to answer that question. Some scientists think that our universe undergoes a series of Big Bangs which lead to an expanding universe that then collapses again under its own gravity into a Big Crunch and so on.

  2. What caused the Big Bang? Nobody knows, and it might well be that we will never be able to answer that question. Some scientists think that our universe undergoes a series of Big Bangs which lead to an expanding universe that then collapses again under its own gravity into a Big Crunch and so on.

    That would entail an infinity time. So anything that could happen would have happened an infinity of times. It is said that pairs of particles come into existence because you can’t have a perfect vacuum. Some get drawn into black holes leaving one half of the pair. Were that to happen an infinity of times, would we not be living in a gigantic black hole? I prefer the Hawking explanation that time began at the big bang.

  3. Simply leaving the cause of the big bang as unexplainable, that no one has any clue what could have started the process that has resulted in our world / universe,justs seems to me to be unacceptable.

    If we go through the effort effort to explain evolution and can’t explain how it all began, other to say threre was an explosion, but no one has any idea what caused the explosion, ignores the most important question of all.

    For the bible to have been written, thousands of years ago, by people who lived thousands of years ago, just as a book of fiction without any inspiration, by just their own imagination, it would mean that it’s the greatest book of fiction that was ever created.

    Isn’t there any scientific theory that presents some explanation for how there was anything to explode to begin with?

  4. the big bang was caused by a giant build up of preasure in a space smaller than anything we can see with our biggest and best microscopes. when that preasure got to much that space exploded outwards with colossel force. this small space supossedly contained the Higgs a super atom containing virtually every single element. there you are a explanation

  5. If our solar system moves with such precision that we can set time by it and seasons and make calendars from its movement, why can’t I put all the required parts to make a swiss watch on a table, cause them to explode, and have them form a fine, precision timepiece? That is how ridiculous the Big Bang THEORY is. There has to be an intellegent being involved in the Universe.

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