Expansion, the Big Bang, and a Miracle?


What do Expansion, the Big Bang, and a Miracle have in common?

I am referring to the little known SCIENTIFIC fact that is often overlooked.

So, let me define the expansion, Big Bang, as I am referring to it.

During a brief period of time after the Big Bang, the Universe accelerated and then slowed down. That acceleration and slowing back down is called ‘Expansion’ or ‘Inflation.’ This time period was less than one second.

Imagine you are driving down the road, your car speeds up and slows down. You look at your friends and say, “It wasn’t me.”

Your friends say, “We know. We are NOW going a thousand miles an hour. This car cannot do that on its own.”

The Big Bang, Expansion, or Inflation require an external (and un-explained) miraculous acceleration and de-acceleration.

And they actually discuss that briefly and then ignore the consequence – they consequence is simple. Either the theory is incorrect, or a miracle happened.

What do they all have in common?

They defy Physics, knowledge, and the brilliant scientists defining them.


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4 Responses to Expansion, the Big Bang, and a Miracle?

  1. Allallt says:

    The phenomenon might defy the scientists, but on what grounds does the expansion from a singularity defy physics itself?

    • Thank you for your comment!

      I believe the definition of a ‘singularity’ is outside the scope of any practical observation. Since Science deals with observable phenomena, how would a ‘theoretical’ singularity be anything other than a miraculous event?

    • I need to readdress this …. you bring up a valid point. Whatever happened did happen. In that it happened, you are correct, it does not defy Physics, but it IS Physics.

      NOW, ‘what happened?’ I gotta think about that one.

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