oOriginally posted by RJHinds
FMF has a good point. Why don't you begin with day 1 and tell us all about it like the Holy Bible does? You should be able to do much better than an ignorant desert dwelling Bedouin. Explain it to all of us less educated so we know the age of the earth too.
Day 1. Let's see. The universe began with matter being pumped in at a tremendous rate they call the big bang. At least that is what it looks like at this time, new evidence could modify or refute that theory but so far it explains a lot of what the universe is today and there is the study of the left over radiation coming in from all directions.
That 3 degree leftover being studied very carefully. How does your bible explain THAT one? The 3 degree radiation field coming at us from any direction you point an antenna at that can pick it up?
So about a half million years later the newly minted universe turned transparent where light could give information about stars where before the ionization of everything made the universe more like a huge fog bank.
I bet you didn't hear about THAT one either in your zeal to kill science.
So bits and pieces of stuff, mostly hydrogen and some lithium and helium slowly accumulated via gravity and the first stars were born (I am sure you are laughing your ass off at how absurd this is) and the stars started gathering together forming galaxies.
There still is a big mystery about that since we also found there is this hidden stuff that forms about 80% of the mass of the universe, 'dark matter', which is still one of the big questions of science, just what is it. We can suss out the fact it exists by the way gravity behaves, where galaxies rotate more like they are on a giant plate, all spinning at the same rate but they are not on a plate and if it was just the mass of the galaxy involved, the outer fringes would spin a lot slower but they don't, they spin at pretty much the same rate as the center.
Now through the study of gravitational lensing, we can analyse where the stuff is even though it's invisible due to its interaction via gravity with ordinary matter. (laughing on the floor yet?)
So things plod along for a ten billion years or so till our sun was born just like trillions of others like it but this one had all the right conditions for life, and maybe life started on Mars and spread to Earth or vice versa and maybe even Venus early on before Venus became like hell with its 900 degree atmosphere running 1500 PSI of a combination of sulfuric acid and carbon dioxide, that would have killed off all emerging life there except maybe in the upper atmosphere where conditions could be like in an Earth cloud with sufficient water and sunlight and nutrients.
News at 11 about that, maybe in 100 years we can prove that.
Anyway, life is here and life modified the entire ecosystem including climate with continents crashing into one another and so forth and then the snowball Earth 700 odd million years ago which was like an ice age but covering more than 90% of the planet with ice.
Underwater volcano's apparently ended that phase and life, which was hanging on, flourished again and by 400 million years ago the 'Cambrian explosion' of new life forms happened. (you must be in tears laughing by now)
After that, the dinosaurs took over till about 65 million years ago, a combination of really bad luck with volcano's and that big asteroid strike in the Yucatan peninsula gave the coup de gras to that bunch, which still took a million years to complete but then mammals had their chance to grow from little shrew like creatures to all the animals we see today.
So now you can have a REAL laugh at all this preposterous nonsense, since you know NONE of that is true, only your ridiculous bible is true and the whole kit and caboodle is 6000 years old.
That view gets smaller in terms of people brainwashed by it, every decade so wallow in it while you can.
Perhaps you noticed I wrote all that without having to post one stupid video unlike you, Hinds, not having the education in science enough to write ANYTHING coherently other than 'goddidit'.