No Big Bang

From Issue: Discovery 6/1/2019
These placards at the exhibit teach the false Big Bang theory. If you look closely, you will see a hole just before the word “billions.” Because the Big Bang theory is false, the information constantly changes. There used to be numbers where the holes are, but not those numbers are “wrong,” and new numbers have not been inserted.

One entire wing of the museum is dedicated to the origin of the Universe. Visitors can watch a four-minute video that tells them that the Big Bang brought the Universe into existence. The video even shows what some scientists believe the huge explosion would have looked like soon after it happened. It is a shame so much money and time has gone into this exhibit, because we know that the Big Bang cannot be the origin of our Universe. For one thing, real science proves the Big Bang could not have happened. We read on the placards at the exhibit that the tiny ball of matter that supposedly exploded was smaller than a proton in an atom. We then see that our Universe contains hundreds of billions of galaxies and stars. It is scientifically impossible to get such a big Universe from such a tiny ball of matter, in spite of the ways some people have tried to say it happened. The massive size of the Universe shows us that an all-powerful Creator must have been involved in creation.

We also know that explosions do not cause order. Yet, when we look at our Universe, it runs more perfectly and smoothly than any clock, computer, or man-made machine. If you smash all the parts of a computer into a single ball and blow them up, you will never get a computer. It takes an intelligent mind to put pieces together to create efficient systems that work. The idea of an intelligent Creator fits the evidence perfectly, but the false theory of a huge explosion is not a scientific answer.












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