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The Big Bang theory possibly occured

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Started: 12/13/2013 Category: Science
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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APhysicist

Pro

Con will argue in favor of the resolution that the Big Bang theory definitely did not occur.

Rule:

1) Con may argue first. However, at round 5, he shall type "No arguments as agreed upon"

Failure to follow will result in a 7 point forfeiture.
NarcissisticOverthinker

Con

It's extremely probable and likely that some sort of big bang occured.

However, the Big Bang Theory did not occur.

A theory does not occur, a theory is an inanimate noun, it simply cannot happen.
Debate Round No. 1
APhysicist

Pro

Rebuttals:

"
It's extremely probable and likely that some sort of big bang occured.

However, the Big Bang Theory did not occur.

A theory does not occur, a theory is an inanimate noun, it simply cannot happen.
"

Because... Nobody saw this?

No. That is why this is hypothesized.

Presentations:

"1. According to the laws of thermodynamics (Conservation of energy[1], in particular), energy can neither be created, nor can be destroyed.

2. If statement #1 is true, then energy must be finite.

3. The Sun needs energy.

4. If statement #3 is true, and the mass and energy is filling up those spaces, how does the Sun have energy?


1. Indeed. According to the laws of thermodynamics (Conservation of energy[1], in particular), energy can neither be created, nor destroyed.

2. True. Energy is finite.

3. Yes. The Sun does.

4. Mass and energy does not fill up those spaces.

Alright. While solid objects are dense (Mass compacted together as having no space to go around), liquid and gas is not; the mass has space to go around in which it does. Same goes for our Universe.

"How is the universe in such complex order?"

So, according to the theory[2], due to the extreme density, there was a cataclysmic explosion. What happened is, when something completely orbits a planet, or star, or whatever, that "something" is compelled to continue doing so to whatever it orbitted.

Also, remember that while in Earth, there is gravitational pull[3](In which everything within Earth's boundaries is pulled down towards the Earth's core), in the Universe, there is not.

"It can not be eternal"

Absolutely.

If this occured due to the extreme density, how was that able to hold in for so long?

However, I believe that a monotheistic God created this.

Sources:

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org...

[2] http://www.big-bang-theory.com...

[3] http://en.wikipedia.org...
NarcissisticOverthinker

Con


The big bang probably happened. (http://www.bbc.co.uk...)

The big bang theory is a theory. A theory is defined as a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained. (http://www.oxforddictionaries.com...).

A theory is an abstract noun (http://www.grammar-monster.com...). Abstract nouns cannot occur.

To occur is a verb. It is defined as to happen or take place. (http://www.oxforddictionaries.com...) A verb is a doing word. It is used to express an action (e.g., to fly, to think, to sing) or a state of being (e.g., to be, to exist). (http://www.grammar-monster.com...) It's simply impossible for an abstract noun to do something because it has no physical form, and a physical form is required to do anything. A common noun can do something (a party can occur and a dog can run) but an abstract noun is inanimate. It cannot complete the action described in a verb.
Debate Round No. 2
APhysicist

Pro

Rebuttals:

"It's simply impossible for an abstract noun to do something because it has no physical form, and a physical form is required to do anything. A common noun can do something (a party can occur and a dog can run) but an abstract noun is inanimate."

Actually, I agree. "Theory" is an abstract noun, which means that it exists in thought or as an idea but does not have concrete or physical existence. However, you have agreed (Sadly, a concession) that the Big Bang possibly occured.

Vote Pro!
NarcissisticOverthinker

Con

This debate isn't about whether or not the Big Bang occurred; it's about whether or not the Big Bang theory occurred.

I've proved that this is semantically impossible.

To vote Pro would be to ignore the resolution.
Debate Round No. 3
APhysicist

Pro

APhysicist forfeited this round.
NarcissisticOverthinker

Con

NarcissisticOverthinker forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 4
APhysicist

Pro

STILL YOU N1GGER IM RIGHT U WRONG GO F*CK YOUR MOMMAS *SS!
NarcissisticOverthinker

Con

NarcissisticOverthinker forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by Scientia 3 years ago
Scientia
By APhysicist"s horrible logic, he is arguing that the Big Bang theory occurred, not the Big Bang itself, which is what he was trying to argue in his R3 rebuttal. It"s highly improbable that a theory can occur. He most likely has reverse logic in accordance to his Round 3 rebuttal.

APhysicist"s statement:
"However, you have agreed (Sadly, a concession) that the Big Bang possibly occurred."

Debate: The Big Bang theory possibly occurred.

- Second of all, APhysicist has horrible spelling " the word "shall" is used with first person pronouns (i.e., I and we). In general, according to its logic, "will" is varied. I am also sure that the word "occurred" is spelled with two r's (R3).
Posted by LawsofPhysics 3 years ago
LawsofPhysics
instead does so around in the same distance away from the Sun*
Posted by LawsofPhysics 3 years ago
LawsofPhysics
"So, according to the theory[2], due to the extreme density, there was a cataclysmic explosion. What happened is, when something completely orbits a planet, or star, or whatever, that "something" is compelled to continue doing so to whatever it orbitted."

Not everything. The reason the Earth is compelled to orbit the Sun is because of the Sun's gravitational pull. It is pulling Earth towards the center of the Sun. However, it does not, and instead revolves around the same distance, because of the earth's sideways motion.
Posted by Mikal 3 years ago
Mikal
Big Bang Theory = Sitcom, so it can possibly occur
Posted by APhysicist 3 years ago
APhysicist
@bitterherbs

He will not type any arguments. Otherwise, it will result in a 7 point forfeiture. The reason that rule is so is so we have equal amount of rounds.

Also, if there is roughly anybody who believes that the Big Bang theory definitely did not occur, that does not justify your claim that this particular debate is "stupid".
Posted by OtakuJordan 3 years ago
OtakuJordan
"A theory does not occur, a theory is an inanimate noun, it simply cannot happen."

Thank you for holding him to his rez.
Posted by bitterherbs 3 years ago
bitterherbs
why do you people do these stupid rules like make con forfeit last argument. Also your debate is stupid, there is hardly an intelligent person who thinks that the big bang definitely didn't happen.
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