Either 6.5, 8.9, or 13.7 billion years ago (they keep rescheduling it), nothing blew itself up.
After the explosion, once the smoke had all faded and the dust had settled, a countless number of galaxies, systems, stars, and planets covered a presumed infinite amount of space.

What the hell?
"Hey, we currently have no explanation for the beginning of the universe, man."
"Well, just pick from the existing ones."
"We could do that, but, uh, sir..."
"They all involve the supernatural and/or some sort of deity(s)."
"Holy crap! Heaven (which I don't believe exists) forbid we actually believe there are greater forces in the world than ourselves (arrogant brats aren't we?)! Quick, make something up!"
"How about... I know! A massive explosion created everything! We'll call it the 'Big Bang'."
"Think anyone will buy that?"
"If we come up with a bunch of nonsensical yet complex equations to back it up, yes."
"Do it."
de STJosh 24 avril 2007
A false theory that stupid cosmologists say created the universe. It's stupid because nothing comes from nothing. Something can't come from nothing.
The big bang is a lie. Those cosmologists need to read the bible.
de David 6 mars 2004
A cosmological model for the Universe, describing an event billions of years ago that allowed for the existence of atoms and life. It is commonly misunderstood by ignorant people who think it began at a single point in space, appeared out of nowhere or was an explosion.

The Big Bang actually refers to a point in the Universe when it was extremely dense, but infinitely large. About 13.8 billion years ago, matter in the Universe was much closer together and space was mostly filled with an opaque plasma of light and electrons (the Photon Era). As a result, everything was unimaginably hot, and some scientists think that this heat led objects to move away from each other (hotter things expand).

While there may have been infinite matter, there is even more space through which objects can move apart. This allowed matter to continue moving away from other matter and, as a result of the expansion, the Universe began to cool down. Atoms were able to form and eventually stars and galaxies followed. In essence, one can say the Big Bang occurred everywhere; all matter moved away from each other in the tightly packed Universe.
Ignoramus: the big bang was impossible, matter can't explode from nothing!1!
Scientist: Ugh...
de Pie Stealer 4 septembre 2016
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