The article "Evolution vs. God" basically explains what im going to say. The theory of "God" is entirely built around faith and beleif, whilst Evolution has science to back it up. The closest thing Christians have to their truth of how everything was made is the bible. The bible is a book full of stories some far back as 3500 years ago.. Stories change over time and whos not to say these so called stories have not been change just as the game of 'chinese whispers'. Scientist have seen glimming parts of evolution ranging from DNA samples almost matching to humans and Adaption. Im not taking sides on either of these theories but its just my opinion.
Detailed visions of star and planet formation, hidden from the eyes of modern optics, will be soon shown by the ground breaking ALMA radio telescope unveiled on Wednesday.
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This article "Window into Big Bang" is interesting as its not talking about God building the universe but looking at what the Big Bang did. This is more believable than god as this has science behind it not faith or belief.. These large telescoped show detailed visions of stars and planet formation. I think that the Big Bang has more of a chance of explaining what happened when the universe was created, unlike the theory of God building everything in "x" amout of days.
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