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    I have always been fasinated by the stars, the Cosmos and our place with in it. Scientist have made incredible leaps so that we , today have more of a understanding than our ancestors did. Infact it is fair i supose to say that its only recently we have the Big bang theory. I was watching "The Universe" programe today which was shown on the history channel which explained the big bang theory and how it come to be recognized . Amazing story so far. Infact it is hard to emphasize this enough. I also Grew very interested watching Professer Richard Dawkins on the god delusion. That in turn was followd by Christopher Hitchens, Dr Sam Harris. Daniel Dennet and others. I myself was always a man who sat on the fence with this religion thing but was soon convinced by the Evidence that there were no gods or god. I mean i thought this to be true anyway but would'nt say 100%. Then i did say 100% there was no god or intelligent being, having any influence what so ever over the universe and its origins. After that i thought well i cant say 100% can i because know body really knows 100%. I have watched Professer Hawkings talking about intelligent life else where in the universe and other scientist talking about it too. To me it seems very possible of other life in the universe and considering its size possibly millions. Very intelligent life could exist. After all we have become very intelligent in a short period of time. In 50, 100 or 200 years time we could possibly be so much more intelligent than we are today. On the universe programe it talked of the moment before the big bang as being a tiny tiny spec with only four main elements involved. So my question would be "would it of been able to fit in my hand? Is it possible that the big bang was activated by an experiment? It seems to me that the universe has got more and more complex since its evolution. Life could be everywhere. How could it be that there has only ever been one big bang? Will it just filter into nothing?, Which seems to be the current theroy or will intelligant life start another big bang? Will it or will it not ever be possible to create a big bang? If it was so small and so basic it almost seems possible that very intelligent life could create another big bang. Is it a race that life may evolve through out the universe, not knowing that it will someday be the first life form to create another universe. Im not talking here of a god in anyway or form. Just asking the Question could life possibly be the answer to the the big bang? Science is amazing. Im Glad i found this forum. I dont know, maybe im nuts.
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    Please make your text more readable. For starters paragraphing would help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by blindinglights View Post
    Hello everyone
    I have always been fasinated by the stars, the Cosmos and our place with in it.
    Scientist have made incredible leaps so that we , today have more of a understanding than our ancestors did. Infact it is fair i supose to say that its only recently we have the Big bang theory.
    I was watching "The Universe" programe today which was shown on the history channel which explained the big bang theory and how it come to be recognized . Amazing story so far. Infact it is hard to emphasize this enough.
    I also Grew very interested watching Professer Richard Dawkins on the god delusion. That in turn was followd by Christopher Hitchens, Dr Sam Harris. Daniel Dennet and others.
    I myself was always a man who sat on the fence with this religion thing but was soon convinced by the Evidence that there were no gods or god. I mean i thought this to be true anyway but would'nt say 100%. Then i did say 100% there was no god or intelligent being, having any influence what so ever over the universe and its origins. After that i thought well i cant say 100% can i because know body really knows 100%.
    I have watched Professer Hawkings talking about intelligent life else where in the universe and other scientist talking about it too. To me it seems very possible of other life in the universe and considering its size possibly millions. Very intelligent life could exist. After all we have become very intelligent in a short period of time. In 50, 100 or 200 years time we could possibly be so much more intelligent than we are today.
    On the universe programe it talked of the moment before the big bang as being a tiny tiny spec with only four main elements involved. So my question would be "would it of been able to fit in my hand?
    Is it possible that the big bang was activated by an experiment?
    It seems to me that the universe has got more and more complex since its evolution. Life could be everywhere.
    How could it be that there has only ever been one big bang? Will it just filter into nothing?, Which seems to be the current theroy or will intelligant life start another big bang? Will it or will it not ever be possible to create a big bang? If it was so small and so basic it almost seems possible that very intelligent life could create another big bang.
    Is it a race that life may evolve through out the universe, not knowing that it will someday be the first life form to create another universe. Im not talking here of a god in anyway or form. Just asking the Question could life possibly be the answer to the the big bang?
    Science is amazing. Im Glad i found this forum. I dont know, maybe im nuts.
    Thanks Everyone.
    Ok I tried paragraphing it but it still does not make much sense. Proper capitalization would probably help.
    He seems to be talking about the cyclical universe model with the intellegence evolved during one cycle being the god like force to cause the next cycle. That is to spark the next "Big Bang".
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    Not God like. Nothing to do with god. Could it be possible that humans or other intelligent species create a big bang? Made me think about it because it seems that the start might actually be quite simple. One theory seems to say, that possibly there were only four elements and matter came after the big bang.
    Science ( humans ) are making expeiments at the hadron collider that could possibly cause very small black holes. Its amazing to think that in 100 yrs time , experiments form our planet or possibly others, maybe able to cause a big bang. Why we strive to find out how everything works, for me is the big question. If we are just a part of the universe then why are we not the reason for a big bang.
    I can only appoligize for my grammer and am sorry for the way it is put. I will try to improve my grammer.
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    I do appoligise i will try to do better. Thankyou sealeaf for the attempt on my posting.
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    Well the further back you can go, the more even I say god must have made all this, but I know thats all bull, we still have not gotten down to the basics, the problem is, the universe, or space is infinite-think of the runtime environment of a computer game, if you walk out the playing field you are in a never ending expanse of darkness or nothing. I think space is the same. The big bang was probably the entire mass of this universe compressed to a single point that was towed to this area by aliens and detonated, after they made a run for it at unprecedented speed
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