Art and the philosophy of life

Okay, so…

If energy cannot be created or destroyed, then energy was already here when the universe came into being.  It had to be, since energy cannot be created.  The universe didn’t simply appear from a singularity, from no time and no space. Stuff was already here so things could kick in.

There’s just no way the big ban can make sense.  I am not a scientists, astronomer, or physicist, but the BB DOESN’T WORK, even to me.


There Was No Big Bang Singularity – Forbes › startswithabang › 2018/07/27
I just found this article…and it makes some sense.  I don’t believe there ever was a big bang.  I know this won’t matter to a lot of people but it’s interesting and akin to the world being flat.  We have to get over thinking that what we say is true, really IS true and not just what we know so far.
It’s time to admit that the big bang didn’t happen.  I know scientists don’t like to be wrong and they hold on to things with both hands but really, it’s time to let it all go and face the facts.

Comments on: "Okay, so…" (6)

  1. I love how all three posts are related – there are so many questions an not many answers… or too many answers

    • I don’t think we have answers and maybe we never will. All we really have are questions…about everything. Scientists don’t actually know what’s happening right now, let alone what will happen in the future. The measure things and extrapolate from there. Best guesses passed off as answers. No one knows.

  2. It is indeed a complex subject, but scientists – and you and me – can only postulate or support existing or emerging theories but one thing is for sure, the material universe is temporary and transient. It has a beginning, be it the BB or something else that we puny earthlings have no concept or understanding of. If it has a beginning, it must also have an end. But the end is not the end of its’ existence but rather the end of one (material) cycle – same energy ‘recycled’. There ya go😎

    • We have no idea of what’s really going on. A person on TED just said even black holes will die. Well, sure, if there’s nothing to feed them. But your right beginnings always lead to endings. But the BB didn’t happen, as far as I’m concerned. Something was always here. We might not be able to understand it but we can stop pretending that we know what we’re talking about. Either energy can’t be destroyed or created or it can be. And if the universe dies, according to the latest info, energy will go with it. Material things will certainly be gone, as you said, but they are saying that nothing comes next and we know they have no idea what they are talking about because they don’t even know what’s going on right now.

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