I on the other hand believe the Big Bang to be a perfectly logical view of the creation of the universe, so I accept the debate. I expect scientific arguments on your side and not just religious arguments.
Well, first of all let me explain to you the theory breifly. It is not a theory explaining what caused the creation of the Universe, but a theory relating its evolution. The first instant is defined by scientists to be t=1*10^-43 seconds, and t being the time that passed since the start of the Universe.That's 0.00000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 seconds, What happens is that in the first instants of the Universe it was so small and dense that regular physics didn't apply to it, quantum physics did. This is known to scientists as quantum cosmology, quantum physics being the branch of physics studying subatomic particles. At this time matter and energy were basically the same thing as subatomic particles. Later on the Universe expanded and cooled a little, letting energy and matter become different things. This is known to scientists as baryogenesis when the observable type of matter, baryonic matter was formed. In this there was more matter than antimatter, so most particles anhialated themselves, releasing photons or light. After this happened it was the beginning of particle cosmology where our Universe's Unified Force separated into the four basic forces of the Universe:
-Strong Nuclear force
-Weak Nuclear force
this happened in t=1*10^-11s
Then standard cosmology happened in t=0.1 s as the universe kept expanding and it began getting cooler and cooler and soon enough hydrogen and helium atoms formed out of the roaming protons and electrons.
Reasons for voting decision: Conduct for Pro's forfeiture. Spelling and grammar for multiple errors on the part of Pro. Con refuted Pro's only 'argument', and listed several of their own. Con's sources were credible.
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