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Science says it all began with the "Big Bang" The bible says it all began with "The Word". John 1:1 In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God, and the word was God.
They are saying the same thing using different words. They are both referring to a event which came about because of a Sound. A word can be a thought if kept silent, or it can be a command if spoken. The Universe is said to have a sound to it, which sounds kinda like static. Some early philosophers claimed to hear "The music of the Spheres." Sound affects everything, even brainwaves.
If a humans voice can break glass, imagine what a sound the Big Bang was! Imagine what the voice of everything calling everything into existence was.
What came before the big Bang? Everything was null and void.
I don't think we need a ear in order to have a noise. There are people making noise all over the world right now, but all I hear is my ticking clock.
Just like there are colors we can't see with our eyes... uLtra violet, and micro wave for example there are noises we can't hear with our limited hearing. We don't hear the tree falling in the woods because we are not capable of hearing it, not because it don't make a noise. Simple logic tells me it makes a noise.
I don't think there was any scientists around at The Big Bang, but most agree it was a large event which made a lot of noise.
Things happen all the time without our awareness. Not just on our planet but all across the Universe there are noises and colors and temperatures that we don't hear or see or feel. I think it would be terrible to be able to hear everything. Earplugs anyone?
Good point Nesaie! I don't know why I din't think of that, I knew it, but for some reason did not relate it to sound.
It makes sense to see the "Big Bang" as a huge vibration, causeing all matter to form and take on different vibrations. Then the idea of null and void that the Bible speaks about makes more sense to, because without matter of course it would be void.
Sometimes it seems like all truth is hidden in a code that we have to break. I guess thats what makes it interesting.