The Big Bang: The Creation Of The Universe

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The Big Bang

Christians and Muslims believe that God created the earth in 7 days. The 2nd school of thought in Buddhism states “there is a God that created everything”. Then there are Buddhist who believe that the world has always been here and the idea that things must have a beginning originates from ones imagination. What if The Big Bang was God’s way of creating the universe? “The Big Bang theory is an explosion of all space that took place roughly 13.7 Billion years ago and that marks the beginning of the universe.” Universe tenth edition. Roger A. Freedman, Robert M. Geller, and William J. Kaufmann III. Scientist believe that it was nothing that came from nothing, but they’re still on the search for what is beyond nothing during
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Two forms of leftovers in helping the creation of planets is Asteroids and Comets. Asteroids and comets are part of our solar system and also other solar systems within the universe. An article I came upon on by Charles Q. Choi from www.space.com stated “Asteroids are leftovers from the formation of our solar system about 4.6 billion years ago. Early on, the birth of Jupiter prevented any planetary bodies from forming in the gap between Mars and Jupiter, causing the small objects that were there to collide with each other and fragment into the asteroids seen today.” (Charles Q. Choi” space.com). Asteroids are leftovers from the big bang that did not quite meet the guidelines to be created into a planet. Asteroids are found everywhere; however, there are a significant amount in between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Asteroids are thousands of small, rocky, planet like objects in orbit around the sun. They are also called minor planets. Asteroids are mainly made up of rock, metal, or carbon, and the size of asteroids range from a few inches to miles long. Long ago people believed these to be planets, but over time scientist have discovered that asteroids are similar to planets. The asteroid belt is enormous and contain thousands of asteroids. This leads us to an example stated in class by Professor Raymond Benge “Star Trek movies; however, portrayed the asteroid belt to contain millions of asteroids that were very close together. …show more content…
Many religious people believe that God was the creator of The Big Bang which created the Universe. Scientist are still searching beyond The Big Bang. The truth is that human beings have learned a significant amount of information over human history and we continue to learn more about how the universe was created. We know that the universe came from the big bang about 13.7 million years ago, and we also understand that nebulas are the birthing grounds of planets. We have explained the difference between terrestrial planets and gas giants. Asteroids and comets are believed to be a contribution to life as we know it. Considering long ago the earth was hit by asteroids and comets, we now have an idea with what aided the creation of the universe. Moons are the planetary satellites of planets in the Universe. We also discussed how stars originated from the big band and how they are created. The golden question at the end of the day is still; how nothing can come from nothing? Only time will tell if human beings will ever truly understand this question. Humans have come a long way in gaining knowledge upon the universe; however, I believe that the explanation for the creation of The Big Bang is coming sooner than

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