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Where Did The Mass For The Big Bang Come From? / Animation Video

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Uploaded on Jan 21, 2009

The Big Bang -- What Is the Origin Of The Mass That Initiated It? / Video

Where did the dense mass come from that started the Big Bang?

How did this dense mass originate from nothing?

Some claim mass existed from all eternity and hence had no beginning but, if mass had no origin, then how could mass presently exist?

If this dense mass originated from energy, that is, from Einsteins equation for mass, m = E divided by c squared, then where did the energy originate?

If this dense mass somehow materialized from the curvature of space, then where did space come from?

If this dense mass somehow materialized out of nothing, then where would the driving force be for the materialization?

Some claim the origin of this dense mass was outside our understanding of time, but if this is true, then how did this dense mass introduce itself into our present understanding of time?

So how do atheists answer these questions?

Many atheists claim that the origin of mass in the Universe is quite speculative at this point in our history, but, perhaps someday scientific research will shed light on this mystery.

In other words, they admit that they do not know.

In the atheists concept of the Universe, there can never be a First Cause, even though the conservation laws of matter and energy, the Second Law of Thermodynamics, the mathematical science of statistics and the application of logic and reason clearly point to a First Cause.

And the few atheists that will admit to a First Cause, will always rationalize that this First Cause has no intellect.

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