Originally Posted by ddeadserious
The law of conservation of energy states that energy can not be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another.
If energy can neither be created nor destroyed, then how did the big bang.. well bang?
An explosion is energy, right?
It's cool that the laws of science negate the theory of all existence.
i don't think you understand what the big bang theory states. I'm pretty sure the big bang is viewed as an expansion of matter, but I'm not a physics guy.
Though, I think there is more evidence for the big bang theory than the god did it theory.
I'm not sure what your motivations are with this post, but I thought it would be interesting to mention that by trying to pick at scientific theories in no way makes a religious claim any closer to being right. That's why I always find that it's funny that people try to disprove evolution for religious reasons. It's as if they feel like if evolution were to be dis-proven it would automatically make creationism right...