Big Bang Theory. This makes so much sense.. BIG BANG THEORY. I'm an avid believer in the BBT, but I have to admit, I chuckled when I saw this Christianity: belief that worshiping a man who is his own father, given birth t Big Bang theory funny Awesome Religion science
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#13 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
christian view "everything had to be created by a designer because everything must be created, it cannot come out of nowhere. God was here to create those things for us. God, who created him you ask? it is clearly stated that God just exists and needed no creator. Duh." yea great argument. nothing can exist without a creator, but God can exist without one. does that mean god is nothing?
#20 to #13 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
And isn't the people who wrote the bible the same people who said the earth was flat? :-/
#24 to #20 - HORNYJESUS (12/02/2009) [-]
they also said unicorns are real.



RELIGION LIES TO CHILDREN
#30 to #20 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
they also at one time were Aristotelian which meant that they believed that the sun revolved around the earth and they even added it at the time to sum holy document or sumthing
User avatar #16 to #13 - SkriblZz (12/02/2009) [-]
Ha! I love seeing all of these people with logic on this site now!
#73 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
only narrow-minded people think of God and science as mutually exclusive. Who says we can't have faith in the teachings of Jesus, Ghandi, Buddha or Mohammed and still be reasonable and scientifically minded as well? After all science doesn't have an answer to every question.
User avatar #7 - bananagammaray (12/02/2009) [-]
In the beginning there was an infintesimaly small singularity, that abruptly ruptured spilling out all matter that now occupies the universe.
I think thats what you meant, right?...yeah, that has to be it.
#5 - Spyder **User deleted account** (12/02/2009) [-]
I'm an avid believer in the BBT, but I have to admit, I chuckled when I saw this

Christianity: belief that worshiping a man who is his own father, given birth to by a virgin, who died, then brought himself back to life, will allow you to go to a place where you will be forever happy, and all others who go against your "god" go and be tortured by a like minded person, Satan, for all eternity for what you ****** up in your 100- years alive

makes sense to m-... wait... no it doesn't
#1 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
maybe you should learn some more about this subject before you stomp on it.
User avatar #12 - luidias (12/02/2009) [-]
well, according to the big bang theory, there was an infinitely small EVERYTHING in the beginning.

BUT if there was an infinite amount of everything, in an infinitely small space, finding the amount of matter per unit volume divides a number representing infinity by another number representing infinity.

therefore, in the beginning there was the number ONE.

...which exploded.
#58 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
You see, religion has actually convinced people, that there is an INVISIBLE MAN, UP IN THE SKY, and he watches EVERYTHING you do and EVERYTHING you say. And he has a special list of 10 things you must not do, and if you break one of those, he has a special place for you, with fire, and torture, and pain, and agony......But.....he loves you.
#63 to #58 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
yay geogre carlin ^^
#66 to #58 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
#58 read the New Answers Book it tells how things such as dinosaurs and ice ages and other sciency stuff fit in the bible
#60 to #58 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
We'll, who made the nothing explode then, hmmm?
#62 to #60 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
I hear they right about this in these things called books. Pick up one.
#64 to #62 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
Nothing didn't explode. A very small particle of mass did. The explosion began a mass replication cycle. This created the universe of today.
#67 to #64 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
wait, so... what made it explode? I don't get it, what's the catalyst?
User avatar #75 to #64 - SeekayFilms (12/03/2009) [-]
Where'd that small particle of mass come from?
#61 to #60 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
Chuck Norris, he divided by zero.
#68 to #58 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
Here's a thought- arguing about all of this is pointless, since humans did not exist at the time the universe came into being, so no matter how convoluted a "proof" is, there is absolutely no definite answer to how the universe came into being. All of your little viewpoints mean nothing, and are no excuse to harass others. I'm talking to christians AND scientists here...

And yes, Grammar Nazis, I left christians in lower case ON PURPOSE, just like I always do.

snack
#70 to #68 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
c-c-c-cumface breaker!
#59 to #58 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
i love this ******* aethist
User avatar #39 - moskal (12/02/2009) [-]
So, what this is saying is that the atheists devide by 0?
#2 - AnimeExpert (12/02/2009) [-]
Religion:
in the beginning there was no beginning and some dude who was always there, and then he spoke.

yeah soooo much better


not athist just point out facts...
#18 - HORNYJESUS (12/02/2009) [-]
don't argue with christians...
If they would listen to reason there would be no religion.
#31 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
Actually the universe was just really really small like about the sive of a proton and THAT exploded.
#34 to #31 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
rofl moron
it was an atom floating in energy
the explosion of the atom was that similar to about
55 trillion nuclear bombs
#57 to #34 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
Wrong, the atom, compressed into the small size created the energy.
#65 to #31 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
mhmmm, and this atom/proton came from where?
#78 to #65 - anon (12/04/2009) [-]
ur mothers anus
#25 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
wow it seems like all of you should do some studying on the other i might be shocked to see that pretty much all religions have just about everything in common, even the big bang. so what sometin went boom and here we r, how is that any different from the book sayin there nothin and god spoke then there was light. it nvr sais how there was light, just that there was so think about that for awhile.
#21 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
Too bad the catlicks managed to get everyone to think of GOD in as a tiny god that they control. Maybe that's why the pope is viewed as the anti-Christ. It also ignores the warnings about the 'false prophet' that arises in the End Days. Get your religious understanding directly from The Book and not some whack job butt-bumping an altar boy.
User avatar #3 - SkriblZz (12/02/2009) [-]
I'm not even going to get you for your ignorance. It speaks for itself.
#14 to #3 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
Ambiguity doesn't express intellectuality. The world would be a dramatically different place if all great thinkers expressed the same as you.
#71 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
OK religious people lets read carefully here, all together now. Big, bang >>THEORY<< right there in the name it says that it is a theory, meaning that given all evidence, and everything we know, it is the best guess at what happened, supported by hard evidence and math.

Your theory is backed by a really old book written by people who heard voices in the days before schizophrenia was a recognized disease, that you believe every word of because in the book, it says the book is the word of god.

Science may not have all the answers but at least we try to find them rather then soldering on still living our lives by an ancient book. Seems to me god might have some updates, with the whole cloning thing, artificial intelligence, space travel...
User avatar #74 to #71 - SeekayFilms (12/03/2009) [-]
Big Bang Theory and the Theory of Evolution. Yeah, I know they both say "theory" in the name, but what bothers me is that they're being taught in school as fact. They would only be fact if they were scientific laws. It goes "Hypothesis -> Theory -> Law".

Christianity isn't really anything scientifically, it's mostly faith based. And the Bible is, in reality, a history book. But hardly anyone views it that way. But, some passages of the Bible talk about facts of the world around us before any scientist discovered them (such as the earth being round, stars being uncountable, etc).

/mostly unrelated rant
#77 to #74 - anon (12/04/2009) [-]
its the teachers teaching it as fact and its not like that in all schools
#29 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
yeah in science we have a whole lot more ****** proof than in religion and if you think abt it actually we believe in something that can just magically do anything which doesnt prove anything
#27 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
you know all the things i've seen come out of science and religion have all leaded to one important fact...they're all just coming up with different ways of saying we don't have a ******* clue so we're gunna make ******** up
User avatar #28 to #27 - SkriblZz (12/02/2009) [-]
That works with religion, but not science. We haven't made anything up without proving it in some way first.
User avatar #40 - Firstloser (12/02/2009) [-]
Sigh....here we go agin.... the big bang is wrong in so very many ways....( a spinning dot made of nothing exploded......the conservation of angular momentum....if a spinnin object breaks about then parts all spin the same way so how do we have planets and even whole galaxy's spinning different ways...ect)

Atheism is a religion...(you have to believe there is no god) and atheist try to push there religion on us just like all the others....(Evolution for example....which is also a Theory btw)
#47 to #40 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
you my friend are an idiot evolution is a PROVEN Theory so some reading look at the fossil records THINK for once in your god damn life

captcha: abort lol ******* christians
#49 to #47 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
The idea of a beign snapping his fingers and creating the world makes so much sense. The idiot christians believed the world was flat severla hundred years ago
#55 to #49 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
If you have to resort to name-calling, you have some issues. And please don't act like Christians are the only religion, or the only ones to have ever been wrong about anything. That's just freaking ignorant.
User avatar #48 to #40 - SkriblZz (12/02/2009) [-]
Atheism is not a religion. By no definition is it a religion. I want you to present to me where it counts as a religion, and were it is declared as a religion. The other stuff you speak about We have been covering on these other comments, so your ignorance is just radiating. None the less, present me with your findings on how Atheism is a religion. If you can not, then do not declare things you do not know. Don't argue back without evidence, you just make a fool out of yourself. No, I am not calling you a fool right now, I am just letting you know you could come off as one without the proper studying.
#54 to #40 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
If atheism is a religion, then bald is a hair color.
+1
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#41 to #40 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
actually, the big bang theory isnt based on an explosion, its constant expansion. supposedly. not saying i agree or disagree with it, but one of the most common misunderstandings about it is that it was an explosion.
#38 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
The big bang theory, is just a theory. Nothing more nothing less. If it was a fact or based on facts it wouldn't be called a theory.
It's based on a idea so you can believe or not.
Comes down to faith. Like creation.
#17 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
wow folks, it's called funny junk. not analyze it to death and push your views junk. chill out.
#26 to #17 - anon (12/02/2009) [-]
screw you i say opinion wars commence!!
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