|Jerry Don Bauer
Joined: Nov. 2012
|Quote (The whole truth @ Dec. 04 2012,03:42)|
|Quote (Jerry Don Bauer @ Dec. 03 2012,12:27)|
|Quote (Henry J @ Dec. 03 2012,14:20)|
|But were not ALL the particles in this universe created at the same time by the same system? Yes, that system is called the big bang.|
No. Quarks and leptons would have formed out of energy after the big bang. (Composite particles would come after that, after the whole thing was cool enough for them to be stable.)
WHEN.....or what came first. second and third are not really relevant, Henry
Actually, what 'came' first, second, third, etc., is thoroughly relevant in regard to your claim:
"But were not ALL the particles in this universe created at the same time by the same system? Yes, that system is called the big bang."
The "big bang" was not an event that happened and then was completely done, all in a tiny fraction of a second. It's still happening. The evolution of the universe is still happening, just like the evolution of life forms is still happening. Show that I'm wrong, if you can, and don't bother with appeals to authority.
And let me guess...you consider referrences from journaled papers and University science departments as the argument from authority...