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Exploded? Actually, Expanded.

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Posted by Rich on September 18, 2002 02:14:42 UTC

"Have you ever blown something up to find that it creates something good?"

Have you ever expanded a singularity before?
To note that explosions create disorder is a brilliant deduction. Take the planes from 9/11 that crashed into the World Trade Center. Prior to plane hitting, there was order. After the hit and explosion, grand disorder that led to their collapse.

Now let us parallel this tragic event with the Big Bang. What takes the place of the building? What takes place of the plane? What takes place of the fuel in the plane? Come to think of it, this isn't a very good example at all.

You make one fatal assumption. "order can't happen from a destructive procedure" while true, it is also a circular statement. You say that order can't come from disorder. However, you have not shown one bit of evidence that the great expansion, or Big Bang, was a destructive event. Saying that the word bang in the title doesn't really allow you to make such an assumption, especially when there could have been no "bang", seeing sound waves couldn't exist yet. No matter to use as a medium.

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