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#116 - Although I agree with you that I didn't find it funny, Somethi…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/25/2013 on Old but ... well I don't... 0
User avatar #143 - spoodermanz (08/25/2013) [-]
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#179 - If you don't "Give a **** if something sound… 08/24/2013 on First rule of fight club... 0
#178 - You obviously didn't read it correctly as, if you hover your m…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/24/2013 on First rule of fight club... 0
User avatar #180 - YllekNayr (08/25/2013) [-]
I just told you I read that.
#172 - hence why I said some people who are religious also believe in…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/22/2013 on First rule of fight club... 0
User avatar #177 - YllekNayr (08/23/2013) [-]
I read it perfectly fine, thanks. Atheism: We believe that two atomic particles (which were so small we can't see them with the naked eye) formed out of nothing, hit each other at a ridiculously high speed and created the entire universe, the effects of this explosion are still happening today billions and billions of years later. Well by golly that too sounds a little silly.

And yes, I saw your little eyeball spoiler. I'm telling you that your statement is false. Atheism does not equal the big bang. Atheism = does not believe in gods. That's all.
User avatar #178 - shakalakaboomboom (08/24/2013) [-]
You obviously didn't read it correctly as, if you hover your mouse over the "Spoiler eye" you will see it says "Considering that the common belief for atheists (and some people who are religious) is the idea of the Big Bang" You daft shit
User avatar #180 - YllekNayr (08/25/2013) [-]
I just told you I read that.
#171 - For years and years people thought that the Earth was the cent…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/22/2013 on First rule of fight club... 0
User avatar #173 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
I don't give a fuck if something sounds silly to you. If it sounds silly that sound travels faster through metal than through air that is because of basic principles of physics that are measurable and observable. No matter how "silly" it sounds to you, it's right because we know it's right. It happens for reasons that we are well aware of.
User avatar #179 - shakalakaboomboom (08/24/2013) [-]
If you don't "Give a fuck if something sounds silly to" me, then why did you comment in the first place, is it because you have secret loving feelings for me and you just wanted to start a conversation.
#67 - Pfft Pansy Bitches 08/22/2013 on drugs -2
#165 - I'm going to be honest I'm not too sure what you just said there  [+] (5 new replies) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... 0
User avatar #166 - YllekNayr (08/22/2013) [-]
Believing in the Big Bang has nothing to do with atheism. Nothing at all. Basically, your analogy was drawing a false parallel.
User avatar #172 - shakalakaboomboom (08/22/2013) [-]
hence why I said some people who are religious also believe in the theory, please read the original comment again
User avatar #177 - YllekNayr (08/23/2013) [-]
I read it perfectly fine, thanks. Atheism: We believe that two atomic particles (which were so small we can't see them with the naked eye) formed out of nothing, hit each other at a ridiculously high speed and created the entire universe, the effects of this explosion are still happening today billions and billions of years later. Well by golly that too sounds a little silly.

And yes, I saw your little eyeball spoiler. I'm telling you that your statement is false. Atheism does not equal the big bang. Atheism = does not believe in gods. That's all.
User avatar #178 - shakalakaboomboom (08/24/2013) [-]
You obviously didn't read it correctly as, if you hover your mouse over the "Spoiler eye" you will see it says "Considering that the common belief for atheists (and some people who are religious) is the idea of the Big Bang" You daft shit
User avatar #180 - YllekNayr (08/25/2013) [-]
I just told you I read that.
#431 - Bandwagons 08/21/2013 on let's do this +1
#162 - I never said it was wrong I said that as long as there is a ch…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... 0
User avatar #168 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
I just googled "evidence against the big bang" what came up was a creationist website who's article said proudly "The Big Bang Goes Kerplooey."
User avatar #171 - shakalakaboomboom (08/22/2013) [-]
For years and years people thought that the Earth was the centre of the Universe until they were shown to be incorrect so why is it so hard for you to understand the possibility (no matter how small) that this may happen again. And it's ridiculous I have to say this again but I AGREE that the big bang was the most probable cause for the start of the Universe and I am 99.999999% sure that it was the cause, but as long as there is that chance you cannot be completely (100%) certain and those are MY opinions. And besides my original argument was that the idea of the big bang sounds just as ridiculous as the theory of creationism or religion if you take it into a basic context. If I were to say "Sound travels 15 times faster through steel than through the air" it sounds silly but it's true no where in my original comment did I say that the big bang is incorrect. And I also admit that I was wrong with how the theory went (in a different conversation) and have since retracted that statement.
User avatar #173 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
I don't give a fuck if something sounds silly to you. If it sounds silly that sound travels faster through metal than through air that is because of basic principles of physics that are measurable and observable. No matter how "silly" it sounds to you, it's right because we know it's right. It happens for reasons that we are well aware of.
User avatar #179 - shakalakaboomboom (08/24/2013) [-]
If you don't "Give a fuck if something sounds silly to" me, then why did you comment in the first place, is it because you have secret loving feelings for me and you just wanted to start a conversation.
#170 - anonymous (08/22/2013) [-]
you cannot go on one website and decide that was enough, and besides if you had actually bothered to read my comment you would seen that I said that although I don't deny the big bang theory as I do see it as the most logical answer to how the Universe began. What I am saying is that even if all evidence pointed to the big bang there is no way of knowing that some evidence, one day, whether that be tomorrow or 100 years into the future, may have evidence against it.
#167 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
Have you ever heard of the cosmic microwave background? I very highly doubt it. You see, the cosmic microwave background is the heat left over from the big bang. The only way that there could be any source of heat in deep space. This tells us that approximately 13 billion years ago there was an immense explosion that created the universe and time along with it. There is absolutely no evidence that this is not precisely what happened. I would be absolutely thrilled beyond disbelief if you found one shred of evidence to the contrary. There are other claims to how the universe started but every bit of evidence, every single observation made by intelligent and critically thinking people has pointed to the big bang. Sure, there is a chance that there is a god who put all of this evidence here to mislead us into thinking that the big bang happened when in actuality he may have sneezed the universe out of his nose, but why? Why would that happen? Why would there be so much evidence against something that didn't happen?
#161 - I never said that all atheist believe in the big bang theory I…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... +1
User avatar #164 - YllekNayr (08/21/2013) [-]
What they believe in in place of theism does not mean it has any correlation to atheism.
User avatar #165 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
I'm going to be honest I'm not too sure what you just said there
User avatar #166 - YllekNayr (08/22/2013) [-]
Believing in the Big Bang has nothing to do with atheism. Nothing at all. Basically, your analogy was drawing a false parallel.
User avatar #172 - shakalakaboomboom (08/22/2013) [-]
hence why I said some people who are religious also believe in the theory, please read the original comment again
User avatar #177 - YllekNayr (08/23/2013) [-]
I read it perfectly fine, thanks. Atheism: We believe that two atomic particles (which were so small we can't see them with the naked eye) formed out of nothing, hit each other at a ridiculously high speed and created the entire universe, the effects of this explosion are still happening today billions and billions of years later. Well by golly that too sounds a little silly.

And yes, I saw your little eyeball spoiler. I'm telling you that your statement is false. Atheism does not equal the big bang. Atheism = does not believe in gods. That's all.
User avatar #178 - shakalakaboomboom (08/24/2013) [-]
You obviously didn't read it correctly as, if you hover your mouse over the "Spoiler eye" you will see it says "Considering that the common belief for atheists (and some people who are religious) is the idea of the Big Bang" You daft shit
User avatar #180 - YllekNayr (08/25/2013) [-]
I just told you I read that.
#70 - Don't be offended but I don't agree with that, because even if…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... -1
User avatar #106 - slumberdonkey (08/21/2013) [-]
Anyone would be a fool to look at something with a 99.999% chance of being right and decide it's wrong. Also, not sure if you heard me, but ALL evidence points to big bang. Not most. Not 99.9999%. There is literally no evidence that the big bang did not happen.
User avatar #162 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
I never said it was wrong I said that as long as there is a chance you cannot definitely say that it happened, personally I believe it is very likely there was a big bang but I am open to the fact that their is a small possibility there wasn't and while there is a large portion of evidence that supports it there are alternative explanations and there is evidence against it as well. Imagine you were in a court room and you studied everything their was the do with evidence towards the big bang and evidence against could you honestly say that beyond a reasonable doubt that the big bang was 100% (not 99.99999999999%) definite. And remember even if you believed 100%, people have been sentenced before to jail or death because the courtroom found them 100% guilty only to find out later on that they were innocent
User avatar #168 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
I just googled "evidence against the big bang" what came up was a creationist website who's article said proudly "The Big Bang Goes Kerplooey."
User avatar #171 - shakalakaboomboom (08/22/2013) [-]
For years and years people thought that the Earth was the centre of the Universe until they were shown to be incorrect so why is it so hard for you to understand the possibility (no matter how small) that this may happen again. And it's ridiculous I have to say this again but I AGREE that the big bang was the most probable cause for the start of the Universe and I am 99.999999% sure that it was the cause, but as long as there is that chance you cannot be completely (100%) certain and those are MY opinions. And besides my original argument was that the idea of the big bang sounds just as ridiculous as the theory of creationism or religion if you take it into a basic context. If I were to say "Sound travels 15 times faster through steel than through the air" it sounds silly but it's true no where in my original comment did I say that the big bang is incorrect. And I also admit that I was wrong with how the theory went (in a different conversation) and have since retracted that statement.
User avatar #173 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
I don't give a fuck if something sounds silly to you. If it sounds silly that sound travels faster through metal than through air that is because of basic principles of physics that are measurable and observable. No matter how "silly" it sounds to you, it's right because we know it's right. It happens for reasons that we are well aware of.
User avatar #179 - shakalakaboomboom (08/24/2013) [-]
If you don't "Give a fuck if something sounds silly to" me, then why did you comment in the first place, is it because you have secret loving feelings for me and you just wanted to start a conversation.
#170 - anonymous (08/22/2013) [-]
you cannot go on one website and decide that was enough, and besides if you had actually bothered to read my comment you would seen that I said that although I don't deny the big bang theory as I do see it as the most logical answer to how the Universe began. What I am saying is that even if all evidence pointed to the big bang there is no way of knowing that some evidence, one day, whether that be tomorrow or 100 years into the future, may have evidence against it.
#167 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
Have you ever heard of the cosmic microwave background? I very highly doubt it. You see, the cosmic microwave background is the heat left over from the big bang. The only way that there could be any source of heat in deep space. This tells us that approximately 13 billion years ago there was an immense explosion that created the universe and time along with it. There is absolutely no evidence that this is not precisely what happened. I would be absolutely thrilled beyond disbelief if you found one shred of evidence to the contrary. There are other claims to how the universe started but every bit of evidence, every single observation made by intelligent and critically thinking people has pointed to the big bang. Sure, there is a chance that there is a god who put all of this evidence here to mislead us into thinking that the big bang happened when in actuality he may have sneezed the universe out of his nose, but why? Why would that happen? Why would there be so much evidence against something that didn't happen?
#65 - That is actually quite a nice thought, the problem is that the…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... +2
#71 - funnygiggles (08/21/2013) [-]
You are sort of correct about the brain. It doesn't take the first idea that was thrown at it, it chooses the answer it likes most. Religions were created to give us an answer, why else do you think there are so many of them?
The next problem that showed up is that people stuck with these ideas for so long that they actually believed they were the truth instead of a possibility, and they began to fight for their ideas with no evidence on their side.
Now days there are lots of things pointing to the big bang theory. The rapid expansion of the universe, the uneven cosmic microwave background, black holes themselves point to the fact that there was a singularity that blew up.
It is time for religion to start helping to look for an answer instead of inserting it into peoples minds.
#63 - And we can not know those answers together  [+] (3 new replies) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... +1
User avatar #64 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
You know, we find ourselves believing that there MUST be a beginning and maybe an end... but as far as things go, that's not really true.
Maybe there is no beginning story.
I mean, you think of your own life, and you would say "it began at birth".
But did it really? I mean, all that matter already existed, all that energy already existed... it was just transformed into you, and it will change back when you die.

Maybe we should stop looking for beginnings, and realize there are none.
User avatar #65 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
That is actually quite a nice thought, the problem is that the human brain is like a computer and the idea of there being no beginning "doesn't compute" with it, possibly causing it to take the first or least ridiculous idea it believes is thrown at it.
#71 - funnygiggles (08/21/2013) [-]
You are sort of correct about the brain. It doesn't take the first idea that was thrown at it, it chooses the answer it likes most. Religions were created to give us an answer, why else do you think there are so many of them?
The next problem that showed up is that people stuck with these ideas for so long that they actually believed they were the truth instead of a possibility, and they began to fight for their ideas with no evidence on their side.
Now days there are lots of things pointing to the big bang theory. The rapid expansion of the universe, the uneven cosmic microwave background, black holes themselves point to the fact that there was a singularity that blew up.
It is time for religion to start helping to look for an answer instead of inserting it into peoples minds.
#61 - Thank you for the lesson, although I hope you don't get offend…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... +1
User avatar #62 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
Well, we know for sure it didn't form from nothing.
We just don't claim to have all the answers like religion does.
User avatar #63 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
And we can not know those answers together
User avatar #64 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
You know, we find ourselves believing that there MUST be a beginning and maybe an end... but as far as things go, that's not really true.
Maybe there is no beginning story.
I mean, you think of your own life, and you would say "it began at birth".
But did it really? I mean, all that matter already existed, all that energy already existed... it was just transformed into you, and it will change back when you die.

Maybe we should stop looking for beginnings, and realize there are none.
User avatar #65 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
That is actually quite a nice thought, the problem is that the human brain is like a computer and the idea of there being no beginning "doesn't compute" with it, possibly causing it to take the first or least ridiculous idea it believes is thrown at it.
#71 - funnygiggles (08/21/2013) [-]
You are sort of correct about the brain. It doesn't take the first idea that was thrown at it, it chooses the answer it likes most. Religions were created to give us an answer, why else do you think there are so many of them?
The next problem that showed up is that people stuck with these ideas for so long that they actually believed they were the truth instead of a possibility, and they began to fight for their ideas with no evidence on their side.
Now days there are lots of things pointing to the big bang theory. The rapid expansion of the universe, the uneven cosmic microwave background, black holes themselves point to the fact that there was a singularity that blew up.
It is time for religion to start helping to look for an answer instead of inserting it into peoples minds.
#56 - Fair enough I'll willing to learn, but what was this "bal…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... +3
User avatar #59 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
The ball of mass was just that.
A ball of very tightly packed mass and energy (maybe the result of a dead black whole).
We know it was there, because of a few reasons, including our ability to see that all the celestial bodies are moving away from this one point... but we have no real way to see how it got there, or if there was anything before it.

So... it's the beginning of the universe as we know it... but there could have been more before the universe we know.
User avatar #61 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
Thank you for the lesson, although I hope you don't get offended that now I feel as though instead of, "two atomic particles (which were so small we can't see them with the naked eye) formed out of nothing, hit each other at a ridiculously high speed and created the entire universe," It now seems as though "A ball of mass formed out for nothing and went supernova. (Or maybe something else formed it as we don't know for sure." As also sounds "silly" (when put into my way of thought) but thanks again for your input, it actually was very interesting.
User avatar #62 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
Well, we know for sure it didn't form from nothing.
We just don't claim to have all the answers like religion does.
User avatar #63 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
And we can not know those answers together
User avatar #64 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
You know, we find ourselves believing that there MUST be a beginning and maybe an end... but as far as things go, that's not really true.
Maybe there is no beginning story.
I mean, you think of your own life, and you would say "it began at birth".
But did it really? I mean, all that matter already existed, all that energy already existed... it was just transformed into you, and it will change back when you die.

Maybe we should stop looking for beginnings, and realize there are none.
User avatar #65 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
That is actually quite a nice thought, the problem is that the human brain is like a computer and the idea of there being no beginning "doesn't compute" with it, possibly causing it to take the first or least ridiculous idea it believes is thrown at it.
#71 - funnygiggles (08/21/2013) [-]
You are sort of correct about the brain. It doesn't take the first idea that was thrown at it, it chooses the answer it likes most. Religions were created to give us an answer, why else do you think there are so many of them?
The next problem that showed up is that people stuck with these ideas for so long that they actually believed they were the truth instead of a possibility, and they began to fight for their ideas with no evidence on their side.
Now days there are lots of things pointing to the big bang theory. The rapid expansion of the universe, the uneven cosmic microwave background, black holes themselves point to the fact that there was a singularity that blew up.
It is time for religion to start helping to look for an answer instead of inserting it into peoples minds.
#52 - When I think of Religion and Atheism Religion: Some h…  [+] (39 new replies) 08/21/2013 on First rule of fight club... +11
User avatar #102 - YllekNayr (08/21/2013) [-]
atheism =/= big bang theory.

Atheism is just a lack of belief in gods. Where everything actually DID come from is irrelevant. The only qualification for being atheist is not believing in a god.
User avatar #161 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
I never said that all atheist believe in the big bang theory I said in is the most common belief
User avatar #164 - YllekNayr (08/21/2013) [-]
What they believe in in place of theism does not mean it has any correlation to atheism.
User avatar #165 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
I'm going to be honest I'm not too sure what you just said there
User avatar #166 - YllekNayr (08/22/2013) [-]
Believing in the Big Bang has nothing to do with atheism. Nothing at all. Basically, your analogy was drawing a false parallel.
User avatar #172 - shakalakaboomboom (08/22/2013) [-]
hence why I said some people who are religious also believe in the theory, please read the original comment again
User avatar #177 - YllekNayr (08/23/2013) [-]
I read it perfectly fine, thanks. Atheism: We believe that two atomic particles (which were so small we can't see them with the naked eye) formed out of nothing, hit each other at a ridiculously high speed and created the entire universe, the effects of this explosion are still happening today billions and billions of years later. Well by golly that too sounds a little silly.

And yes, I saw your little eyeball spoiler. I'm telling you that your statement is false. Atheism does not equal the big bang. Atheism = does not believe in gods. That's all.
User avatar #178 - shakalakaboomboom (08/24/2013) [-]
You obviously didn't read it correctly as, if you hover your mouse over the "Spoiler eye" you will see it says "Considering that the common belief for atheists (and some people who are religious) is the idea of the Big Bang" You daft shit
User avatar #180 - YllekNayr (08/25/2013) [-]
I just told you I read that.
#75 - anonymous (08/21/2013) [-]
2 Problems with your comment:
1: Not knowing isn't fine by me.
2: You completely effed up explaining the Big Bang Theory.
User avatar #66 - slumberdonkey (08/21/2013) [-]
Once you rule out the impossible, what's left, however improbable, must be true. ALL of the evidence points to the big bang. Not some. All.
User avatar #100 - shadowryu (08/21/2013) [-]
Um can I ask where you got that quote because i dont want to mention where i heard it and say it originated from a place it didnt.
User avatar #105 - slumberdonkey (08/21/2013) [-]
I believe I heard it from sherlock.
User avatar #163 - shadowryu (08/21/2013) [-]
Ok i was just making sure
User avatar #70 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
Don't be offended but I don't agree with that, because even if you prove 99.9999% that the big bang theory happened there is still a 0.0001% chance you are wrong, and even if you believe that that is a small chance, it is still a higher probability of the chance of us even having this conversation, due to how many people are in the world and the chances of our birth and our parents and before them. The truth is the real answer to how life started could be something no one has even considered yet.
User avatar #106 - slumberdonkey (08/21/2013) [-]
Anyone would be a fool to look at something with a 99.999% chance of being right and decide it's wrong. Also, not sure if you heard me, but ALL evidence points to big bang. Not most. Not 99.9999%. There is literally no evidence that the big bang did not happen.
User avatar #162 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
I never said it was wrong I said that as long as there is a chance you cannot definitely say that it happened, personally I believe it is very likely there was a big bang but I am open to the fact that their is a small possibility there wasn't and while there is a large portion of evidence that supports it there are alternative explanations and there is evidence against it as well. Imagine you were in a court room and you studied everything their was the do with evidence towards the big bang and evidence against could you honestly say that beyond a reasonable doubt that the big bang was 100% (not 99.99999999999%) definite. And remember even if you believed 100%, people have been sentenced before to jail or death because the courtroom found them 100% guilty only to find out later on that they were innocent
User avatar #168 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
I just googled "evidence against the big bang" what came up was a creationist website who's article said proudly "The Big Bang Goes Kerplooey."
User avatar #171 - shakalakaboomboom (08/22/2013) [-]
For years and years people thought that the Earth was the centre of the Universe until they were shown to be incorrect so why is it so hard for you to understand the possibility (no matter how small) that this may happen again. And it's ridiculous I have to say this again but I AGREE that the big bang was the most probable cause for the start of the Universe and I am 99.999999% sure that it was the cause, but as long as there is that chance you cannot be completely (100%) certain and those are MY opinions. And besides my original argument was that the idea of the big bang sounds just as ridiculous as the theory of creationism or religion if you take it into a basic context. If I were to say "Sound travels 15 times faster through steel than through the air" it sounds silly but it's true no where in my original comment did I say that the big bang is incorrect. And I also admit that I was wrong with how the theory went (in a different conversation) and have since retracted that statement.
User avatar #173 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
I don't give a fuck if something sounds silly to you. If it sounds silly that sound travels faster through metal than through air that is because of basic principles of physics that are measurable and observable. No matter how "silly" it sounds to you, it's right because we know it's right. It happens for reasons that we are well aware of.
User avatar #179 - shakalakaboomboom (08/24/2013) [-]
If you don't "Give a fuck if something sounds silly to" me, then why did you comment in the first place, is it because you have secret loving feelings for me and you just wanted to start a conversation.
#170 - anonymous (08/22/2013) [-]
you cannot go on one website and decide that was enough, and besides if you had actually bothered to read my comment you would seen that I said that although I don't deny the big bang theory as I do see it as the most logical answer to how the Universe began. What I am saying is that even if all evidence pointed to the big bang there is no way of knowing that some evidence, one day, whether that be tomorrow or 100 years into the future, may have evidence against it.
#167 - slumberdonkey (08/22/2013) [-]
Have you ever heard of the cosmic microwave background? I very highly doubt it. You see, the cosmic microwave background is the heat left over from the big bang. The only way that there could be any source of heat in deep space. This tells us that approximately 13 billion years ago there was an immense explosion that created the universe and time along with it. There is absolutely no evidence that this is not precisely what happened. I would be absolutely thrilled beyond disbelief if you found one shred of evidence to the contrary. There are other claims to how the universe started but every bit of evidence, every single observation made by intelligent and critically thinking people has pointed to the big bang. Sure, there is a chance that there is a god who put all of this evidence here to mislead us into thinking that the big bang happened when in actuality he may have sneezed the universe out of his nose, but why? Why would that happen? Why would there be so much evidence against something that didn't happen?
User avatar #54 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
You don't seem to understand the Big Bang Theory.
It states that a hyper condensed ball of mass went supernova and is now the form of everything in the known universe.
We see stars die and go supernova in a way just like this (scaled down)... so that's entirely possible and in no way silly.

Science does not claim to know what happened to put that ball of mass there, or what anything was like before then... so you should know, the "silly" things are the ones you made up.
User avatar #114 - alltimetens (08/21/2013) [-]
Well, I don't think it was a supernova that created the universe. It's simply an expansion of space and time. A lot of people tend to describe the BBT as an explosion rather than an expansion. I don't think an explosion would have been possible in such circumstances. Sorry if I'm wrong.
User avatar #124 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
Well, if there's energy in the ball, and it all expands, the energy inside would be released in an explosion.
But you could be right.
User avatar #174 - alltimetens (08/22/2013) [-]
We're talking about 13-15 BILLION years ago. Given the circumstances, there was probably nothing surrounding the singularity that would have caused the big bang to appear as an explosion. No gases or even magnetic fields. A majority of scientists believe that the Big Bang was not a sudden burst of energy, but rather a chain of events that lasted for millions (or billions, I don't quite remember) of years.
#57 - anonymous (08/21/2013) [-]
still rather silly that ball of matter was there in the first place.
User avatar #56 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
Fair enough I'll willing to learn, but what was this "ball of mass" and where did it come from and what was surrounding it before it went supernova. I'm not being sarcastic I do want to know what the belief is
User avatar #59 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
The ball of mass was just that.
A ball of very tightly packed mass and energy (maybe the result of a dead black whole).
We know it was there, because of a few reasons, including our ability to see that all the celestial bodies are moving away from this one point... but we have no real way to see how it got there, or if there was anything before it.

So... it's the beginning of the universe as we know it... but there could have been more before the universe we know.
User avatar #61 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
Thank you for the lesson, although I hope you don't get offended that now I feel as though instead of, "two atomic particles (which were so small we can't see them with the naked eye) formed out of nothing, hit each other at a ridiculously high speed and created the entire universe," It now seems as though "A ball of mass formed out for nothing and went supernova. (Or maybe something else formed it as we don't know for sure." As also sounds "silly" (when put into my way of thought) but thanks again for your input, it actually was very interesting.
User avatar #62 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
Well, we know for sure it didn't form from nothing.
We just don't claim to have all the answers like religion does.
User avatar #63 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
And we can not know those answers together
User avatar #64 - smittywrbmnjnsn (08/21/2013) [-]
You know, we find ourselves believing that there MUST be a beginning and maybe an end... but as far as things go, that's not really true.
Maybe there is no beginning story.
I mean, you think of your own life, and you would say "it began at birth".
But did it really? I mean, all that matter already existed, all that energy already existed... it was just transformed into you, and it will change back when you die.

Maybe we should stop looking for beginnings, and realize there are none.
User avatar #65 - shakalakaboomboom (08/21/2013) [-]
That is actually quite a nice thought, the problem is that the human brain is like a computer and the idea of there being no beginning "doesn't compute" with it, possibly causing it to take the first or least ridiculous idea it believes is thrown at it.
#71 - funnygiggles (08/21/2013) [-]
You are sort of correct about the brain. It doesn't take the first idea that was thrown at it, it chooses the answer it likes most. Religions were created to give us an answer, why else do you think there are so many of them?
The next problem that showed up is that people stuck with these ideas for so long that they actually believed they were the truth instead of a possibility, and they began to fight for their ideas with no evidence on their side.
Now days there are lots of things pointing to the big bang theory. The rapid expansion of the universe, the uneven cosmic microwave background, black holes themselves point to the fact that there was a singularity that blew up.
It is time for religion to start helping to look for an answer instead of inserting it into peoples minds.
#55 - shadesofbacon (08/21/2013) [-]
Fuckin' this, I hate how most agnostics try and appear super intelligent and insightful when in reality they don't know shit.
#99 - thenuglife (08/21/2013) [-]
“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
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User avatar #6 - shakalakaboomboom (07/22/2012) [-]
Ha when I think of an idea that hasn't happened, to me it kind of feels like cheating, i'm also a bit of a perfectionist so if the comic or idea doesn't make me laugh then i'll scrap it
#1 - zameckis (07/14/2012) [-]
why you no make more comics?
i was kinda expecting it you know
User avatar #2 to #1 - shakalakaboomboom (07/22/2012) [-]
don't worry I will get back to it, I've just been busy moving stuff into my new house and I've been on holiday as well
User avatar #3 to #2 - zameckis (07/22/2012) [-]
i see.,.,. so how are you doin now?
User avatar #4 to #3 - shakalakaboomboom (07/22/2012) [-]
now, I'm fine, which is annoying cause in order for me to make a new rage comic I need something annoying to happen to me ha, I'm sure I'll think of something soon, how are you any way?
User avatar #5 to #4 - zameckis (07/22/2012) [-]
fancy to hear that

my
as long we have imagination, it's fine i believe


me?
pretty good i guess
but still, feels so hollow
thanks for asking i
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