Travelling From The Centre of the Big Bang
“We are told” by evolutionists, astronomers, high school teachers and assorted scientists that all planets and suns are travelling at 670 million miles per hour (the speed of light) away from where the “Big Bang” originated. And this “Big Bang” occurred about 13 billion years ago. Keep in mind that the origin of the Universe is always changing but for now, we’ll keep it at 13 billion years ago.
Here we are 13 billion years later all travelling at the speed of light. If we go back in time, it stands to reason that all the heavenly bodies were closer. This, astronomers and other scientist agree. Now, to show how ludicrous this theory is, consider this: the closest star is about 4 light years away – which is Alfa Centauri A. So, this star should have been so close as to be “kissing cousins” to earth only 4 years ago! But if someone should say that this star did not converge on the earth but came from a different direction. OK, let’s proceed. What about if we go back 1,000 years in time, what other planets would we have bumped into? What other suns would be closer to us?
Astronomers can give us the names and locations of all the stars that are within 1,000 light years; they probably can also do this for stars that are within 1 million light years away. What I’m saying is that there are thousands of such stars that are within 1 million light years. Perhaps the numbers is in the millions. Now, we are also told by evolutionists that there was life on the earth during this time and that the earth itself is a couple of billion years old. So, going back in time, retracing our travels through the cosmos, earth would have collided with at least hundreds of these stars. Or, we would have at least been too close that it would have burned up all life on earth. But has it? Asking astronomers, teachers and everyone else who believes in the heliocentric model why hasn’t this happened.
In fact, according to the theory of heliocentric believers we should have been burned up with some star getting too close within our life time but such is not the case.
Here is another thought, with Alfa Centauri, I remembered many years ago in high school that this star is 4 light years away. Students must have been told this for 100 years years. The distance Alfa Centauri is exactly the same today! Do you find this strange? How in the heck can the distance of two object travelling at an incredible speed of 186,282 miles per second, going in their own separate direction still be exactly the same distance apart?!
These are good questions to ask your teacher or friend to get them to think; to get them to question what “they were told.” Hopefully, they will discard the lies and accept the truth of the Word.