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The current widely-held theory of life, the universe, and everything holds that at some point roughly 13.7 billion years ago everything that now is was packed into a tight little package from which sprung the Big Bang, which violently hurled everything into existence. But 13.7 billion years to get to where we are isnâ€™t enough for renowned physicist Sir Roger Penrose, and now he thinks he can prove that things arenâ€™t/werenâ€™t quite so simple. Drawing on evidence he found in the cosmic microwave background, Penrose says the Big Bang wasnâ€™t the beginning, but one in a series of cyclical Big Bangs, each of which spawned its own universe.
By Penroseâ€™s estimation, our universe is not the first â€“ nor will it be the last â€“ to spawn from a dense mass of highly-ordered everything into the complex universe we see around us. In fact, itâ€™s that high degree of order that was apparently present at the universeâ€™s...
Chris Perver wrote: Since order = matter + information, will the sceintists please explain where the information came from to produce this order prior to the big bang. And since information cannot arise from only matter, which intelligence provided that information.
I agree Chris, It is like saying which came first the DNA that constructs our bodies or the body that is constructed by the DNA. They would have us think our DNA was simply floating around looking for something to form! And they call us unreasonable?
Since order = matter + information, will the sceintists please explain where the information came from to produce this order prior to the big bang. And since information cannot arise from only matter, which intelligence provided that information.