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It saddens me greatly when people insist on regarding the myths in the worlds heritage as factual writings.
It saddens me greatly when people insist on regarding the myths in the worlds heritage as factual writings
I believe that every single planet grows and ultimately decays when it becomes too greater a mass to remain stable and that the immense pressures caused by every single atomic particle pushing against opposing particles generated at the core of the Earth will eventually cause our own planet to heat up and become a sun and inevitably decompose sending the atoms once again to migrate across an infinite Universe.
The point is no matter how sure we are of the current paradigm it is at best a wild guess, nothing more and nothing less The eminent scientists above are humble enough to admit this.
I can't vote in that poll because a) for me it's not a question of belief, and b) because it doesn't include the one answer I know is correct.I know that I don't know whether the BB is correct or not, so I can't 'believe' any of the options given - that would just be wishful thinking.The BB seems to be the best working hypothesis, but I wasn't there when it happend, so for all I know, it might not have happened at all.However, I do accept that the universe does actually exist, unless I'm just imagining it all 
What about the DNA rip off where they stole Rosalind Franklin’s x-ray photographs claiming it to be their own?
Little commercial interest in cosmological matters? Your joking right? Why on earth would NASA and many other Countries invest so much money and time in space exploration if there is no commercial interest in it?
The universe does not have a finite age.
Background radiation can be accounted for with the decay of stars and indeed our own sun sending out particles. No need for any big bang whatsoever.
It means Do Not Feed The Trolls for those who can't be arsed to look it up. "Whatever"