[quote=Dave Lane;9242638]Since I think your 6th beer is serious here's a good video
. We once were at the center and blew out from the center. This is a really good 6 mins.
The video is excellent and easily understandable, thanks for posting it.
But it is keen to avoid addressing the problem that ‘nothing’ existed before the Big Bang which violates the first law of thermodynamics, “energy cannot be created nor destroyed” which supports E=MC2, as you mentioned earlier. It also means, you cannot create something from nothing or nothingness.
Suggesting the above idea is more plausible than God spoke our universe into existence with the Big Bang is anemic and trite. The eternal existence of God is just as possible, plausible and bears as much weight as saying there was nothing and from nothing energy was created and from that the universe happened with the Big Bang, then telling us we just have to accept it.
If we just accept the video, and the universe came from ‘nothing’ then there is ‘nothing’ to keep us from saying, God was the nothingness from which our universe was created via the Big Bang and just accept it.
Last point, I have to take issue with your comment that we "were at the center". If what the video says is true, it would be impossible to be at the center of nothing.