To those who read my first post: I enjoy your insight on this topic and very much so respect your and all opinons of others.
To answer a few questions I have had in one place or another. I will start with something called the cambrian explosion. This was a point in which the fossil record literally explodes with thousands of new types of creatures. Before hand we merely had single celled organisms, sponges, and jelly fish. But that is not the topic of my post today. My first post was a preliminary of sorts. And I do truly appreciate the feedback.
I will start with the beginning as all things should. There are many therories that attempt to explain the very reason for existance. The most widely accepted theory is the Big Bang theroy. The universe is constantly expanding even now which leads logically to the fact that it all was once at a singular infinatly tiny, infinatly dense singularity. From here there are only two theories that begin to make sense. One which was reproduced in a lab not even ten years ago is a known fact that tiny particles momentarily exist in a vacume but then quickly disappear again. Quite a lot of people have come to theorize that this could be where all the matter in the universe has come from. Unfortunatly only half of this story was told. You see, even in the strange world of quantum physics nothing can exist from nothing. With these tiny sub atomic, positrons, and neutrinos seemingly appearing and disappearing in a vacume, there is energy in existance in these vacumes. So, if this indeed is how the universe came to be, where did the energy that was evidently there come from? Some will say it simply popped into existance from nothing. Some will say it was designed along with the evolution of the rest of the universe by an intelligent being whos understanding of physics far exceeds what we know today. That will suffice for today. I will follow up tomorrow starting with the Miller experiments.