More on Getting the Universe from Nothing

Здравствуйте on Cosmonautics Day! Can you believe that is has only been sixty years since Yuri Gagarin was the first human in space? I was just a small buckaroo then. Anyway, this seems like a good day to consider further follies by naturalists to get everything from nothing.

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Some misotheists will lie, saying that nobody believes that everything came from nothing, and when lassoed with the truth, they conveniently redefine nothing as...something else. I've been ridiculed for this, and the laughing emoji was hypocritically used on my proof by someone who owns the Krauss book, A Universe from Nothing. It's who they are and what they do. As we have seen many times, the narrative is more important to many than actually attempting science and learning the truth.

There's never a sheriff around when you need one because these owlhoots are breaking the law. Specifically, the first law of thermodynamics. Also, speculations are used in a circular reasoning daisy chain to support the real nothing: there is no science involved in their cosmology. Such reasoning also breaks laws of logic, old son. Quite a bit of work, education, and wasted money goes into denying the truth of the Creator with unscientific cosmic evolution. Then materialists congratulate each other over nothing accomplished — a job very well not done. 

The cover story of the latest issue of Science Focus announced in bold letters they had the  answers to the greatest mysteries of the universe. The lead article that caught my attention asked, “Why is there something rather than nothing?” This is a “bedrock question” in science. The article was adapted from the author’s best-selling book, What a Wonderful World: One Man’s Attempt to Explain the Big Stuff (2013). Marcus Chown also has a YouTube video on his idea that the universe came from nothing, explaining how nothing created everything.

The only empirical evidence that the universe came from nothing is the well-documented finding that the universe is expanding. If the expansion event is reversed, it brings us back to the primordial egg that started it all. The conundrum then is, where did the primordial egg come from? The solution accepted by many leading cosmologists is, it came from nothing. Thus the reasoning is that nothing ultimately created everything.

The rest of the article is really something. To read it, blast off to "How to Get Everything from Nothing". Ну тогда до свидания!