Time is not linear, neither is the expansion of the universe. As the amount of mass in the universe decreases time slows down.
In the big bang theory, the universe was a point of infinitely small and infinitely dense material.The universe started to expand, and as it expanded, time sped up, creating a seeming explosion in the size of the universe, but in reality the expansion rate is relative to the speed of time and the size of the universe. By this logic, time is speeding up as the universe expands.
girl: well...then call it big bang.
#2: A massive explosion
#3: Before the beginning (what?) there was nothing, and it exploded (what?).
In order for something to exist or happen three things are required: Time, Dimensions and Matter. In nothing these cannot exist, and yet apprently the Universe existed in the form of an infinetly dense, infinetly heavy thing - which should've made a black hole, but didn't. Also something triggered the Universe to start expanding, Scientists don't know what that was (admit it). Also according to the Law of Angular Momentum all fragments that are expelled from an object spin the same direction as the object. Saturn, Uranus, several moons and a couple of glaxies spin "backwards". Also according to the Second Law of thermodynamics all objects in a Closed System (the Universe), go from Order to Disorder. An explosion is not order it is disorder (Did the Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima create order? No it did not.). Yet the universe has been operating just fine for billions of years, with 0 sign of disorder. So in order for the Big Bang to occur it would have to disobay a bunch of scientific laws. But still scientists believe it.
Some creationists say that the Earth is ~6000 years old. Nowhere in the bible does it say that. Genesis 1:1 says "In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth." Then on the first creative day God made the Earth inhabitable (water, atmosphere etc.).
People say that the Bible is unscie...