MrKrov wrote: jseamus wrote:
MrKrov wrote:I'm really starting to think that's a good idea.
Only fucking cowards block or ban. No offense intended to any fucking cowards, but I had to say it.
That is a bare assertion which must be justified.
I was being hyperbolic, which I probably shouldn't have been. You both have every right and plenty of reason to block Pe King. I just personally dislike banning and blocking, as it conflicts with my own practice and reminds me of times I have been ignored or blocked in philosophical or theological arguments because people didn't want to hear what I was saying.
@Pe King: I don't think you know what atheism is, which is quite a feat of ignorance, I must say. There is nothing atheistic about either your question or the Big Bang theory. In fact, the theory was originally conceived by a Catholic priest (those people are mostly theists, in case you didn't know), named Lemaitre IIRC. You would have known that had you actually looked up the theory on, say, Wikipedia, About.com, or even Conservapedia. Even I learned that in highschool, and I know very little about the theory.
As for your question, I really don't have the expertise to answer it, and I'm sorry for that. I have a general understanding of the theory on a basic level, but I would feel uncomfortable attempting to explain it to anyone else, as I would probably misrepresent it horribly. I am pretty horrible at anything that relies on math (beyond introductory college level), particularly physics. Otherwise, I would be more than happy to answer your question.
I suggest you wait a bit longer (until someone more knowledgeable than myself can answer you) before you decide that there is no satisfactory answer, and therefore modern science is all a godless heathen sham.
This is the world.