The Washington Times‘ Rusty Humphries says he loves science, but only if that science includes his creator of choice. Moreover, his love for science doesn’t extend to accepted scientific theory, the television show „Cosmos,“ and its host Neil deGrasse Tyson.
By Dan Arel – Alternet
“In the first episode, the first half of the show was cool. It dealt with how BIG the universe is. It’s hard to argue with that! But then, it was confidently declared that all this wonderment above us began with a big bang. All matter, trillions upon trillions upon trillions of planets and stars, were formed from a point no bigger than a single atom.”
Tyson did confidently declare that the universe started with the Big Bang because the evidence pointing to the existence of the event is overwhelming. And Tyson’s not alone; you’d be hard pressed to find any real physicists who refute the theory. Yes, there are a few outliers out there still looking at other models to explain the origins of the universe, but the Big Bang is still the prevailing paradigm accepted by over 99% of the community.