Being the daughter of a military man, and the mother of a firefighter, I know that for any explosion to take place, there has to be two things; an ignition source, and a fuel supply. Without these two things, you cannot have an explosion, or a fire, or any other kind of combustion.
For the proponents of the Big Bang theory there is neither of these two things, therefore, no explosion or combustion could have happened. Simple. logical deduction.
Supposedly there was nothing for millions and millions of years, then two molecules collided into each other. Miraculously, (and I do not use that word lightly here) one was an ignitor and one was fuel, and then the universe was made.
But if there was nothing, where did the two molecules come from? Either there truly wasn't 'nothing' to begin with, or those molecules were created. If there really wasn't a complete void, then the theory is debunked. If there was truly nothing, then who created the molecules.
It doesn't make any sense. Does it to you?
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