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The two most widely-known are the tradition of Creation, and the theory of Evolution. According to the theory of Evolution, life developed by random processes, especially mutations.


The narrative of Divine Creation, which is contained in Genesis ch.1 and 2, states that God created the universe. This teaches us that God exists, that our lives and the world are not random, and that the created things may be assumed to contain vast wisdom in their beautiful and purposeful design. (In recent decades, this wisdom has indeed been partially revealed, through increasingly powerful microscopes.)Evolution through random mutations, on the other hand, may be understood as implying that life is an accident, that perceived beauty and wisdom are ultimately purposeless, and that our instinctive yearning for the Eternal is just an electrical impulse in our brain.

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ORIGIN OF THE UNIVERSE THEORIES
There are several other origin of matter theories which are but variants of the Big Bang. Essentially the same problems apply to them:
· The Steady State Universe Theory Originated by *Fred Hoyle in 1948, this theory says that, in the space between galaxies, new matter is quietly but continually appearing out of nothing. In 1965, Hoyle publicly abandoned the theory as ridiculous.
· The Oscillating Universe Theory This is another idea by *George Gamow. It says that when the universe finally runs down, another Big Bang will start it going again. The main difference is that, while the first Bang occurred when nothing exploded into all the matter in the universe, the later ones would be the result of all the matter packing into a tiny point and then exploding again.
· The Nebular Hypothesis (also called the Planetesimal Theory) says that, as the gas swirled around, eddies of gas caused the sun and planets. All seven theories require circling gas which contracts into the sun. We have already disproved the basics underlying this concept. Many say that material from the sun made the planets and moons. But the elemental composition of each of the planets is different from the sun and from one another. One could not come from the other. In addition, the sun would have to rotate extremely fast to hurl off planets and moons, yet it rotates very slowly. More on this later.
· The Fision Theory says that our sun burst and sent out the planets and moons. But they would fly outward forever; they would not stop and begin circling the sun or one another.
· The Capture Theory says our planets and moons were wandering around and were captured by our sun. But they would then crash into the sun; they would not circle it or one another. We never see planets or moons flying by us today, yet we now know of at least 150 moons in our solar system (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 2006).
· The Accretion Theory says that small chunks of material gradually got together and formed our planet. Then more chunks formed our moon, which began circling us. This idea is pretty far out also. The planets, moons, and asteroids are all in carefully arranged orbits. The meteors fly fast in linear motion. No chunks are just floating around, and those chunks would not stick together anyway.
· The Planetary Collision Theory says our world collided with a small planet, producing our moon. But such an impact would totally destroy our planet. How could such an impact produce a circling moon? This would have had to be repeated for all 150 moons in our solar system. The theory would require thousands of planets passing through our solar system, for enough direct hits to produce all our moons. Why are not such flybys occurring today?
· The Stellar Collision Theory says that two stars collided, and produced our planets and moons. But they would not then pause and circle one of the suns which was waiting placidly to receive them. They would either be hurled away from the sun or crash back into it.
· The Gas Cloud Theory says gas clouds were pulled in from outer space by our sun's gravity; then they paused, formed themselves into planets and moons, and began circling one another. But gas does not clump, and linear motion toward the sun would not change into circular motion around it.

THE PROPORTION THEORY ,THE UNIVERSE IS JUST SMALL PART OF A CHEMICAL STRUCTURE
FROM ANOTHER UNIVERSE ,WHAT WE CALLED GALAXIES COULD BE ELECTRON'S ORBITING PROTONS THAT BECAUSE THEY ARE SO MASSIVE WE CANT SEE THEM BECAUSE THE LIGHT WONT ESCAPE FROM THEM ,ONE BILLION YEARS IN OUR UNIVERSE COULD BE SPLIT A SECOND IN THAT DIMENSION WE ARE A SUBATOMIC PART OF ,THE PROPORTION IS THIS WHAT IT TAKES AN ELECTRON TO ORBIT A PROTON ONE TIME, IN THE UNIVERSE WE PERCEIVE WOULD BE WHAT THE TIME THAT TAKES A GALAXY TO CIRCLE A NUCLEUS OF DARK MATTER THAT WE CANT SEE ,OUR UNIVERSE COULD BE JUST A SECOND OLD LOOKING AT IT FROM OUTSIDE.
There is the simple big bang theory which says: At first there was literaly nothing the molecules started to form and eventually became a supper hot condesned ball of engery. That was smaller then the head of a pin. After a bit of growing in mass it exploded like a supernova only many times more massive. with in the first 1/100000000 of a second it was bigger then our solar system. the new born universe was growing faster then the speed of light. It kept expanding for the last 14 billion years..............

Then theres the bubble theory which says: Our universe is one of an infinite amount of bubble like universes....

Then theres always god...............

and theres one that says the universe is timeless and never had a biggining.

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The two most widely-known are the tradition of Creation, and the theory of Evolution. According toEvolution, life developed by random processes, especially mutations.


The narrative of Divine Creation, which is contained in Genesis ch.1 and 2, states that God created the universe. This teaches us that God exists, that our lives and the world are not random, and that the created things may be assumed to contain vast wisdom in their beautiful and purposeful design. (In recent decades, this wisdom has indeed been partially revealed, through increasingly powerful microscopes.)Evolution through random mutations, on the other hand, may be understood as implying that life is an accident, that perceived beauty and wisdom are ultimately purposeless, and that our instinctive yearning for the Eternal is just an electrical impulse in our brain.

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