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If the universe circles back on itself, then theoretically, with a telescope powerful enough, you could watch the Big Bang. amirite?

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You can't see an event that didn't produce light. You can "see" the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, which traveled everywhere, though. The Big Bang was more like a balloon and we are inside of that balloon. We can see light that has had time to reach us, but we will never see the actual balloon that encircles us because it is farther away than light would have had a chance to reach us.

If the Big Bang happened…

@contextrip If the Big Bang happened…

We're pretty positive at this point

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@Thee-Apple-Lord We're pretty positive at this point

But most religions if not all say a godly figure or multiple figures created the world and universe

@Iapetus-11 But most religions if not all say a godly figure or multiple figures created the world and universe

And most fairy tales say faeries exist, facts are facts and fantasy is fantasy.

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@Voluspacookie And most fairy tales say faeries exist, facts are facts and fantasy is fantasy.

Fairy tales are made up stories to entertain children or adults, people dedicate their whole lives to religion and there is proof some religious beliefs and stories were true

@Iapetus-11 But most religions if not all say a godly figure or multiple figures created the world and universe

Why does the Big Bang seem like an unreasonable way for a god to have created the universe to you?

Some says it's happening in the gang bang

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