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Old December 27, 2012, 06:53 PM
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Why big bang happened anyway?
-- The current boundary of physics is post-big bang . So it would be difficult to imagine how that question can be addressed. However, there is always hope that some clue in the remnants of the big bang will one day help find the answer

How big bang happened?
-- Most of that is already known, although it may sound stranger than any science fiction ever written! There is a consensus among many in the scientific community that the Big Bang (especially the first few milliseconds) is a big indication that there is a God!
Simply put, a massive amount of matter inflated from a source less than the size of a tennis ball (suspicion is it may have been even smaller .. almost the size of "nothingness"). Soon after there was another massive inflation which created the basic sub-atomic elements. Much later there was a further inflation that started the expansion and formation of what we come to know as the Universe today.

If time had a start, then we know it has end because something that has start must have end.
-- There is a logical fallacy to that statement I have to point out. When you try to define "end" you have to use time. Otherwise you cannot qualify the state called "end". So using time as an example of beginning and end just doesn't work. Maybe try something else?

Do you think that, all brains of all time put together can assume Allah without Allah's will?
-- Based on the common notion of "almighty", scope of Allah would be outside the boundary of our known Universe. Since "brains" function within the scope of known physics, such speculation is futile just as making observation about the Unknown.

what is "nothing" and what is "exist"?
-- "nothing" in macro-world would be a vacuum . In a sub-atomic world it would mean absence of any kind of sub-atomic/energy particles. "exist" would be the opposite of "nothing".

When Allah created something, eg time, space, beginning or end or bigbang, then Allah can't be dependent on any of it. What do u think?
-- Given the condition in the first statement that would be true IMHO



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Originally Posted by Sir Humayun
Why big bang happened anyway? How big bang happened? If time had a start, then we know it has end because something that has start must have end.

Do you think that, all brains of all time put together can assume Allah without Allah's will?

what is "nothing" and what is "exist"? When Allah created something, eg time, space, beginning or end or bigbang, then Allah can't be dependent on any of it. What do u think?
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