"Big Bangs"

Many people do not believe the concept of the "Big Bang" theory or that it ever happened. For many years some scientists were looking for any proof as to where everything in the universe came from, other than what was then accepted by most scientists, which was the theory of "Steady State". The theory of "Steady State" provides that the universe has always existed and will continue to exist without noticeable change.43 Most scientist were unhappy with that explanation and wished for a more suitable answer. They wanted some type of indicator that could reasonably portray the justification why the universe is the way it is. They wanted a "smoking gun." Then in 1964, by accident, while looking for something else, physicist Dr. Arno Penzias and physicist Dr. Robert Wilson unexpectedly discovered cosmic microwave background radiation. This was a direct link to the "Big Bang". That definitely established the "Big Bang" had occurred.44 Today, confirmation of the occurrence of the "Big Bang" can be witnessed by watching the television screen. About 1% of the flickering specks in the static of a TV screen are initiated by waves of cosmic microwave background radiation from the moment "Big Bang" happened and provide a strong pillar of evidence for the "Big Bang" theory.45 On January 30, 2001, NASA reported that moon dust smells like burnt gunpowder.46 The significance of that discovery is yet to be determined.

The universe functions perfectly according to the way it was designed, to renew and continue life endlessly by providing for the propagation of all life species and to be capable of sustaining them. That is accomplished by an endless series of "Big Bangs" or a continuous chain of "Big Bangs".

It is unknown if the "Big Bang" is within the confining boundary of a spherical (ball) shape or a large elongated shapeless mass of atoms and photons. For an infinite series of "Big Bangs" to occur it is sensible to believe it is in a spherical shape for the following reasons: When the "Big Bang" happens, it is the result of the tremendous weight of the atoms and photons from everything that ever existed in the universe is within the spherical mass.