The Stars & Galaxies: Where did they all come from? (Part 8)

>> Sunday, August 15, 2010

The Natural phenomena will satisfactorily describe the origin of astrophysical objects.

Any scientific analysis for the origin of the universe will call for an uncaused intelligence.

Astrophysical objects will defy naturalistic explanations indicating that they could not have happened without external engineering.

The best naturalistic proposal for the origin of the universe is the Big Bang theory.
Here are some of the phenomena that the Big Bang has not explained with known scientific laws:
the origin of the time, space, matter continuum
the origin of the great explosion
the formation of galaxies
the formation of stars from expanding clouds of hydrogen
the formation of binary stars
the formation of planets and their moons
the formation of the laws of nature

Other naturalistic explanations have even more serious problems often contradicting the laws of causality and of thermodynamics. The Steady State theory, for example, states that matter is somehow constantly being created in the “center” of the universe. If there is a creator, then this theory could be entertained, but it is not a naturalistic explanation. The first law of thermodynamics states that energy and matter cannot be created or destroyed.

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