Theory of cosmological origin which states that the entirety of spacetime was at one point contained in an extremely compact area of near infinite desity which then expanded rapidly, giving rise to all we know as the universe approximately 13.7 billion years ago.

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Does a lack of radiation shadows disprove the Big Bang Theory?

This article from Creation Magazine argues that: If the big bang were true, the light from the fireball should cast shadows in the foreground of all galaxy clusters. It uses some 2006 findings ...
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Does the second law of thermodynamics contradict the Big Bang Theory?

This question on Skeptics.SE regarding evolution and thermodynamics got me thinking. I always assumed that creationists argued that the Big Bang, and not evolution violated the 2nd Law of ...
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Is x% noise on TV due to Big Bang's background radiation?

I've heard quite a few times that a certain percentage (usually claimed 1%) of the noise you see on TV comes from the background radiation of the Big Bang. Is this a myth? If not, I seems like a ...
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Is there any observable evidence of the Big Bang? [closed]

Is there any observable evidence of The Big Bang?