The Casual Observer | Satire | The Big Bang Theory Revisited
According to scientific theory, explaining everything we know began with The Big Bang.
In our infinite universe about 13.8 Billion years ago, a huge mass of matter collapsed into itself and exploded, hence the Big Bang, which no one was around to hear. There is no explanation for why the universe was here or where the matter came from, but that’s for another article. That matter consisted of molten minerals and gasses that were at least 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit, and it spread out in all directions, and all of it is still moving away from the center of this explosion as we speak.
Over time, some of this molten matter has cooled, and others have not. The cooled parts are presumably planets, even though, like the Earth, the core is most likely still molten, and the uncooled parts are stars, which our sun is. And so it seems to be with the rest of the universe. The Earth took 9.26 Billion years just to cool down enough to support Life, which started ‘happening’ 3.5 Billion years ago.
So, if my math is correct, we have had 10.3 Billion years of molten rock and fiery gasses to contend with.
I just have one question. Where did all the vegetation come from? Extreme heat-resistant seed that happened to be flying around the universe?