In 1929, Edwin Hubble, of HUBBLE TELESCOPE fame, made the momentous discovery that the Universe is ever expanding.
The galaxies outside our Milky Way galaxy are moving away from us at incredible speeds, each at a rate proportional to it's distance from us...
Hubble concluded that the universe must have, at one time, been contained in a single point of space, approximately 14 Billion years ago...
Then came THE BIG BLAST.
Or, the BIG BANG, the single event that created all, totally by RANDOM.
How MALE, eh?
Everything created, LIFE itself began, from a single, MASCULINE blast of material...
By now, we are all aware that the creation of LIFE takes TWO. There MUST have been more to it, a union of TWO opposing forces...
There must have been something FEMININE in the mix, or NOTHING could have come from it.
The "explosions" that I have seen in my life have only DESTROYED, they don't create ANYTHING but waste...
Something more than the Big Bang was responsible for the creation of LIFE.
Yes, single celled organisms experience MITOSIS, a division of cells to form a new creature, but, an EXACT creature of the same type...
Given that, the Big Bang may have caused the creation of NEW UNIVERSES, but it does not explain where LIFE in all it's myriad forms came from...
LIGHTNING hitting a "chemical soup"?
Wow, we owe ALL to chaos and random chance, yet we try to bring ORDER to all...How curious and counter to reality.....