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#727 - semantic (10/20/2012) [-]
Jesus ****

If this is what youre taught, no wonder your presidents are ******** **** , cause they get this 'correctly'.

Also Universe = 1 / H ~ 14 billions years old
where H is Hubble's constant.
#723 - pedogod (10/20/2012) [-]
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#721 - jonesonno (10/20/2012) [-]
This is ********
#720 - sammygman (10/20/2012) [-]
people who don't know **** about what the big band theory is and saying its just as realistic as a magician who has always existed creating the universe in six days (because even though he's all powerful he has to rest) 6000 years ago. Apparently, the illiterate shepards who created these stories knew more about the universe 1000 years ago than we do now
User avatar #695 - mcshmeggy (10/20/2012) [-]
this cant be real

please no

why
#694 - MasterManiac (10/20/2012) [-]
The Big Bang Theory was proposed by a Roman Catholic priest
#693 - furyofthestorm (10/20/2012) [-]
Ok so   
1. This is most likely a Catholic school. So stop bitching about the question.   
2. How is this hurting the kids at all? Big bang Theory and god are pretty much the same damn thing. No matter how much you want to feel different. Their lives are not ruined if they believe god created the earth.   
3. How does this increase your faith in humanity? If you believe in god you have no humanity? This is the "Tolerance" that everyone who doesn't have a religion is portraying?   
4. This is FunnyJunk, not my religion/lack of religion is better than yoursjunk.
Ok so
1. This is most likely a Catholic school. So stop bitching about the question.
2. How is this hurting the kids at all? Big bang Theory and god are pretty much the same damn thing. No matter how much you want to feel different. Their lives are not ruined if they believe god created the earth.
3. How does this increase your faith in humanity? If you believe in god you have no humanity? This is the "Tolerance" that everyone who doesn't have a religion is portraying?
4. This is FunnyJunk, not my religion/lack of religion is better than yoursjunk.
#717 to #693 - Lulzilla (10/20/2012) [-]
Too me my problem with this question is the fact that it's a question. In a regular school this question wouldn't be asked in the manner. If it was at someone had written GOD then they wouldn't of been marked down for their own beliefs.
It's the fact that Christians and Catholics tend to shove their own ideology down peoples throats teaching them theirs only ONE answer and that answer is GOD.

#711 to #693 - arciantitown (10/20/2012) [-]
Thumbs for you sir.
#704 to #693 - jonluw (10/20/2012) [-]
"Big bang Theory and god are pretty much the same damn thing."
"Big bang Theory and god are pretty much the same damn thing."
User avatar #707 to #704 - furyofthestorm (10/20/2012) [-]
Big bang theory- Universe began out of nothing. Constantly contradicts laws of thermodynamics.
God- Universe began out of nothing from him. Constantly contradicts his own commandments.
User avatar #743 to #707 - megatrollinator (10/20/2012) [-]
The Big Bang Theory and the Creationist Theory are easily 2 very different things. For one, the Time Scale is completely different.

Big Bang Theory: Earth was created over hundreds of years and life didn't exist on it for millions, even billions more.
Creationist Theory: Earth was created and filled with life in the tiny space of 6 days.

I can understand the Big Bang being doubted due to it's extreme improbability and lack of Physical evidence, but the same is true for Creationist Theory. There is no Physical evidence of a SuperNatural being that can do whatever it can imagine whenever it wants.

As for the question "Where did the matter for the Big Bang come from?" well, that's where Linear Multiverse Theory comes into play. A Linear Multiverse is a string of universes linked to one another by time. They exist in the same plane of existence, just in different time frames. It also states that a Universe that collapses on itself (AKA, A Big Crunch) can Re-Explode, giving birth to a brand new universe within it's own time frame.

Every word given above is pure theory. None of it has been 100% proven, because it just can't with the technology of today.
User avatar #724 to #707 - jonluw (10/20/2012) [-]
There's a world of difference between looking at the evidence present and from that working out how the first few moment of the universe's existence went about and saying "God made it with magic".
The big bang theory regards very specifically the expansion from the initial singularity, and does not officially explain how it all started. There are hypothesises regarding the beginning of it al of course (Here's a presentation of one of them www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ImvlS8PLIo ), but none of them are even near being supported by such a massive amount of evidence as the big bang theory itself.

There's a huuuuge difference between saying "Here's how it looks like matter and energy acted for the first few seconds of the universe's existence." and going "suppose there's this supernatural being with omnipotent powers..."

If you want to compare the big bang theory to God, chances are you need to read up on the theory.
And if you think it violates the second law of thermodynamics, my previous statment is that much more amplified.
Do you honestly think serious scientists - some of the smartest people on earth with the most accurate knowledge of the laws of physics - would support the big bang theory if it violated one of the most basic laws of the universe?

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Don't tell me you also believe that the theory of evolution violates the second law of thermodynamics?
User avatar #698 to #693 - cocoapuffz (10/20/2012) [-]
Why is he getting thumbed down?
This is just an example of funnyjunk seeing something that doesn't agree with them, and instantly thumbing it down.
#696 to #693 - cobes (10/20/2012) [-]
Keep calm, carry on
User avatar #691 - drfreeman (10/20/2012) [-]
I seriously doubt any teacher could get away with that if they weren't in catholic school
User avatar #685 - beelzerefresh (10/20/2012) [-]
Was this at a Christian School, cus i feel it was.
#684 - thedevilmaycry (10/20/2012) [-]
even though i am a christian i must say i'm very proud of their daughter for speaking her mind when she felt it was appropriate. no one should have to answer or submit to something they don't believe in.
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#675 - jtastic (10/20/2012) [-]
win
win
#672 - kyouko (10/20/2012) [-]
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She was taught about the age and creation of Earth in Geometry?
User avatar #676 to #672 - rotz (10/20/2012) [-]
no...
#677 to #676 - kyouko (10/20/2012) [-]
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Hm, I read wrong. Nevermind then.
User avatar #680 to #677 - rotz (10/20/2012) [-]
its okay.. We all make mistakes.
#662 - purealterego (10/20/2012) [-]
the earth was not created by the big bang theory.... the big band theory happened like 14 billion years ago.... earth was created like 4.6.... (im ust a white kid, i donnu if it is true
User avatar #657 - lazypaul (10/20/2012) [-]
The test doesn't say circle the correct answer, it says cirlce the MOST correct answer. I don't think that this was a geography test like the post says but rather some kind of intelligence test or understanding test. When the question asks 'The earth was created by...' God is the most correct answer as in roman mythology zeus and hercules were the son and grandson of a titan and did not create the earth, And as aliens are supposed to be life on other planets they did not create the earth either.

TL;DR things may not be what they seem.
#792 to #657 - sanepane (10/20/2012) [-]
Metaphor time: Which of these is a fruit?
A)broccoli
B)lettuce
C) Holy Galgelrad -banana of Divine Godhood (Mentioned in Divine Book of Galgelrad (also concidered to be invisible to human eye, unless it chooses to appear))
D) Alien Apple (from outer spaceeeee)

The girl wrote down E) Lemon


Simple, no?
User avatar #690 to #657 - torkildsen (10/20/2012) [-]
the question is stupid and so is the alternatives. Zeus and Hercules according to the myths didn't create Earth so we can leave them out, but you can't deny that aliens created Earth, because there's just as much proof of aliens as there is of God (none). I think God seems like the most "believable" answer (I'm an Agnostic-atheist), but you can't still say that it's the most correct
#668 to #657 - poontanglife (10/20/2012) [-]
Sure... i can see the sense in that. However i dont know if its an american thing, but a test question like this is something i would never see in a normal danish school.

The ''most'' correct answer? What if the student was a muslim?
User avatar #774 to #668 - pukingrainbows (10/20/2012) [-]
Yea, the Muslim, Christian and Jewish god are all the same guy. Allah, Yah'weh and Jehovah are the same name in different languages.
User avatar #670 to #668 - lazypaul (10/20/2012) [-]
Muslims still believe in god, but i see the point your making. In either case its a retarded question.
User avatar #666 to #657 - Icedangel ONLINE (10/20/2012) [-]
This is a geography test, which -should- be more about what the earth is, not where it came from.

This question was inappropriate. Children are pretty much forced to chose 'God' regardless of what they would believe, and what is right.

This is sorta like a question I got on a quiz once about what gives a person the most morally correct backbone.

The questions were:
A: being raised Jewish
B: Being raised by a christian midwestern family
C: Growing up in a large city
D: Growing up with a homosexual family.

The right answer was B.
#660 to #657 - mehturtlesareok (10/20/2012) [-]
this guy
this guy
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User avatar #833 to #653 - tonyri (10/20/2012) [-]
This isn't OP's daughter. This is a fake test created by some person that also put a "win" "epicfail.com" thing on it.
#643 - MasterManiac (10/20/2012) [-]
The Big Bang Theory. Anyone who actually knows **** about science will know that leading physicists, including for example Sir Roger Penrose, doubt that The Big Bang actually happened, and are working on other theories such as universal inflation or the collapse of a previous universe to cause our own.
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#839 to #649 - tonyri (10/20/2012) [-]
Gravity isn't a theory, it is a law. Drop something on the ground. Now do it again. There you go you proved that gravity exists. You can't do that with the big bang, because it happened billions of years ago. That's why it is just a theory.
User avatar #654 to #649 - MasterManiac (10/20/2012) [-]
Most of them believe that our universe is part of something greater, known as the multi-verse theory or that our universe did not come from a tiny singularity, but that our universe was formed from the collapse of a previous universe. Using a combination of quantum mechanics and gravitational laws it is quite possible that under the collapse of a previous universe could have caused gravity to become a repulsive rather than attractive force, which then explains the expansion of our universe.
User avatar #669 to #654 - Icedangel ONLINE (10/20/2012) [-]
Please, excuse the child for not knowing the more complex details of what the scientific community is currently debating.
User avatar #674 to #669 - MasterManiac (10/20/2012) [-]
I'm just irritated that everyone is taking The Big Bang Theory as given, when it is probably wrong.
User avatar #682 to #674 - Icedangel ONLINE (10/20/2012) [-]
I don't think there is a 'probably' when it comes to where the universe is created. Saying probably is sorta like looking into the deepest part of the ocean and not seeing anything below and saying 'there probably isn't anything down there.'

It's something that can't be tested and that we can't possibly know for sure (so far.) Right now, the only information I know about this is that 1: Atoms and molecules can change their behavior based on whether or not they are being observed and 2: Molecules in the air have been observed to 'pop' in and out of existence.

I mean, from that I can't really form an opinion. I wont even pretend I know what the hell is going on.
User avatar #689 to #682 - MasterManiac (10/20/2012) [-]
Let me rephrase. There is mounting evidence that the Big Bang Theory is wrong.
User avatar #692 to #689 - Icedangel ONLINE (10/20/2012) [-]
I will take your word for it.
User avatar #697 to #692 - MasterManiac (10/20/2012) [-]
There is a very good Horizon documentry on it, which is made by BBC. I'd suggest watching it - it's a very good crash course in the science of the creation of the universe.
User avatar #703 to #697 - Icedangel ONLINE (10/20/2012) [-]
I think I've seen it around. I've been interested in watching it, but life gets so hectic. I really love the 'What the bleep do we know' series.
#652 to #649 - mr skeltal (10/20/2012) [-]
I feel like you missed the point bud.
#635 - doyoulikeapizza (10/20/2012) [-]
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User avatar #621 - reaperoxide (10/20/2012) [-]
Is that an actual question?
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