Pardon my accidental
triple posting before.
Here's a video that I find very interesting
on the idea that the Universe is Eternal.
The maker of this video asserts that no god can exist because
of this, but I'm not sure. Eternal Universe means No Divinity?
If you have the time, watch this video below share a comment,
Pagan involved or otherwise:
Ok, we know a priest invented the "Big Bang Theory" and that there are a lot of theories behind if it's true or not. "Vacuum of totality"? He might be talking about how space can multiply by itself without any bang (info here). It has also been debated that there was a universe prior to the current one, along with several other theories. Doesn't rule out a spiritual being though.
Who said the universe is a "thing"? The word cosmos translates as "order" the opposite of chaos "disorder". I think the term "thing" is very singular word to use for the cosmos (billions and billions of galaxies). Measurements in mathematics can be applied in the "universe" if one uses certain geometric methods such as the " Trigonometric Paralax Method". This is how Astronomers measure the distance of nearby stars and galaxies. Universe is in size (and growing) if numbers in distance can be applied.
Thermodynamics (law #1) has to do with the idea that energy and matter cannot be fully destroyed. SO is he saying that the universe "the none thing" cannot be destroyed even if it has matter? I don't know. That opens a can of worms. However, if there was a universe prior to this one ore there is more than one, then his theory might not fit the shoe.
The universe and the particles in space that make up the universe are slowing down as the get further away, but that happens. I think he is assuming that a deity(ies) said "POP! there we go!" Har har har." However that doesn't disprove a deity exists in the first place, just that the "Big bang theory" is questionable.
So there is a mini-verse in the universe? Well I think that is interesting. Nevermind the black holes, wormholes, etc. I spoke to some Astronomers and that just pissed them off and they tried to talk me out of the idea that it exists. It's still a big argument amongst some.