How do Evolutionists explain the Big Bang?
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Evolution is the theory that explains the diversity of life.
The big bang is the theory that explains the expanding universe and how the universe as we know it started.
The two have nothing to do with one another.
All I want to know here is what the Big Bang is and how it happened. I don't see how the two can't be in the same category, Evolution and the Big Bang. And if you don't believe in evolution, WHY do you believe in the Big Bang? Why do you believe in the Big Bang if there is a much better explanation of the Universe and Earth in Creationism?
The doppler effect is something you will be fimiliar with even if you don't know it by name. An easy explination of the dopler effect is that waves bunch up as the object they are comming from approaches and space out as an object moves away. This is why cars sound like this  as they pass you.
When we look into the universe we all the frequencies spaced out and we can conclude that everything is traveling away from everything else  and when you extrapolate back you find that there may have been a point where everything was on the top of everything else in a tiny space and the prediction was made that cosmic background radiation would be found and confirm it.
Cosmic Background Radiation
Cosmic background radiation with readings that confirmed the big bang theory have since been found , more discoveries confirming the big bang have also been found including litterally pictures of the aftermath (because the speed of light is finite we can look back in time by looking into space.
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