So far, we’ve examined:
- There is an absolute moral standard in the Universe.
- There is something greater than myself
- That something set up those absolute moral standards.
- That Something greater who has set up moral standards will someday judge me according to those standards.
- If the Universe exists, it either has always been there, or it has been created.
- If it was created, it had a creation.
- If it had a creation, it had a creator.
- If I see something moving, I recognize that a force or energy was applied to that something to make it move.
- A+B=C. If C = 0 and A =0 then B = 0. If A =0 and B=0, then C cannot equal “Everything”
- There’s no reason why we have universal laws.
- If we did not have protons, would the laws of nature work? No. By that very concept, we identify that the kinds of materials the universe is made of are DESIGNED to cooperate with the very laws that were put in place.
- It is nearly impossible to know A+B=c if you don’t know the value of A or B
- The same scientist who popularized the Big Bang theory also proposed the Oscillating State theory, which is contradictory
- Red light spectrum shifts may be objects receding from us, gravity bending the light, or objects between us and the star. We cannot say for sure at this time.
- There is not enough background radiation to account for the Big Bang
- radio waves from space are probably just the sounds of comets, stars and planets
- Triangulation to determine the distance of starts is not accurate past a certain point, as the error factor becomes too great
- The laws of thermodynamics prevent the Big Bang or Evolution for that matter to be valid science
- Gambler’s Ruin decrees that sooner or later the gambler loses – so the Big Bang and Evolution should have degenerated into chaos and death long before life arose.
- Space is a vacuum. Prior to the creation of the universe, there was nothing to slow down particles once accelerated. After the Big Bang, all the subatomic particles should have just kept flinging on into space… forever.
- There was nothing to cause the subatomic particles to form atoms and molecules. Still no satisfactory explanation from Science how this happened.
- Gas is too nebulous and lacks sufficient weight and mass to start the attraction of elements to one another, and would not have compacted into ultra-dense objects to become stars.
- We lack discovery of any active proto-stars or stage 1 stars, required for the theory of the birth of stars.
- We lack any organizing external force to cause any of the elements to change into heavy metals such as Uranium necessary to cause the star to explode from compacting.
- If the first and second laws of Thermodynamics prevent all of this from “Just happening”, what external force caused it to happen?
- Compacting gasses requires some external force.
- Gas is composed of elements very low on the periodic table. It has VERY little weight, and almost no mass.
- Science truly has no way to explain stars, solar systems and galaxies.
Planets. This one’s a little easier for the scientist to explain. The concept is that elements are synthesized inside stars, which when cast out through the attraction of mass form into large chunks. THis increases until you have a planet. Or then there’s the way I was taught in school back in the seventies, in that huge explosions tore out chunks which compacted into planets. Or perhaps the 80’s theories, in which you had large amounts of gases still left over which compacted into the planets.
See? they have no trouble explaining it.
Except we’ve never seen it happen. And for a theory to be scientific law it must be… what? C’mon, you remember this from 4th grade, right? Observable and demonstrable.
We haven’t observed it, and we can’t demonstrate it.
Let’s deal with theory three, which is one of the more commonly repeated one (quick question: If you know for a fact how they happened, why are we still hearing three theories? because someone’s picked up on the fact there’s BIG problems with the other two). The leftover gas theory.
If it’s impossible to do for stars, its impossible for planets.
And yes I KNOW that supposedly the theory is that you can compress gas until it becomes a solid. We spend an awful lot of taxpayer money on funding huge experiments that seem to do no more than disprove your theories. Keep up the good work! …but get your own money and stop spending mine. I pay too much taxes anyway.
We’re still stuck with Boyle’s law which apparently contradicts the whole “compressed gas” theory. Gas ignites long before it becomes a solid. *Cough* Diesel *cough*. And what happens to the gases then? Fffft!!! um… gone. Get a tank of any flammable gas and help yourself. You’ll see what I’m talking about. It’s observable and demonstrable. nudge, nudge…
Chunks thrown out of the sun. Have we ever observed this? Oh, yes we have. Daily.
So, um… where’s the compacting? Where’s the solids forming? We should be awash with plutoids forming about us!
Okay then, the third theory, the heavier elements. Do they form inside the sun? I don’t know, but apparently trace elements form inside nuclear explosions. And a star apparently is one long, controlled series of nuclear explosions, detonating at a scale so large the brain cannot comprehend!
3 When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; 4 What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him? Psalm 8:3-4 (KJV)
Sorry, that was a praise moment if ever there was one. You should try it sometime! Go on, say “Hallelujah!” It won’t hurt at all.
So, how many trace elements are left after the curve of a nuclear detonation? You know, the point when the maximum mass of the reaction is reached, and it begins its downward phase. Um… nothing.
How many trace elements are flung out by the sun? We don’t know. I know an awful lot of particles are flung out all the time. When television was transmitted through the air, you used to need antennas on your TV so you could pick the signal out of the noise generated by the sun.
I’m going to give ground on this and say… there must be trillions of particles flung out of the sun every day.
Hmmm… not a lot of extra planets or plutoids forming out there… Why, it’s like we’ve got all the ones we’re going to get!
You know, I’d respect an atheist or a scientist who just could say, “We don’t know.” And I’ve heard quite a few say it! Integrity is a wonderful thing. It’s like a good credit rating – once you lose it, it’s hard to get it back!
- Before The ‘Big-Bang’: Ian McNaughton from AIG considers new theories (crossrhythms.co.uk)
- A Case For A Creator (ricktapia.wordpress.com)