The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory currently is somewhat confusing. First there was darkness in space and then one day….a BIG bang! happened and the universe was created – what nonsense, the current big bang theory sucks! What scientists and the inhabitants of the earth do not think about is how actually the big bang happened in reality. Of course the simple answer of the big bang theory is there were lots of atoms and molecules which you cant see were just floating around in space and one day too many of the atoms and molecules got clustered as an asteroid would do in one place and crashed into one and another. This would be the basic idea/thinking of a school or college student or laymen. This type of  thinking in many people’s ideology of the big bang theory would be in ignorance.

Atoms and Molecules

A fine example of the way a person could think would be to ask oneself….’where did the atom/molecule come from in the first place ?’ The ignorant answer by many would be it just happens to be there, its just there kind-of answer which is basic but not sufficient. A atom or molecule cannot one day just happen to be there specially when nothing existed in the first place i.e. there was only space and there was not even life. How can one even think in that way ?! If nothing exsited then technically not even space would be there. For one to know that space was there they would have to be created to even have a brain to think about that. If there was no life then nothing even exists in the first place not even the thinking of space or space itself.

The Big Theory of the Universe

Thinking About The Big Bang Theory in Reality

We need to look at this from a different context, using a bit more imagination and common sense. A simple enough way of thinking would be ask yourself is where did tiny, weeny insect or other animal which you could only see with a microscope come from ? a big bang ? surely these creatures could not have just formed every time with a big bang? It could have been that these creatures developed six legs, and an abdomen but surely they also have a brain to think with and a digestive and reproductive system which is fully funtional and this cycle goes on every day. Perhaps it was an accident, but mammals and animals are not born by accident everyday. So, are there tiny big bangs happening everyday ? or are they the result of an earthquake which you could think of as a big bang in itself ?

The Big Theory of Tiny Creatures

What about new born humans ? flowers opening ? one must ask him/her self how do these things happen. Surely, just because the universe was created with a big bang one day all life form continuously evolves even today ? So, what happened to the basic fundamental thinking of how exactly the big bang was created, and how exactly these molecules and atoms became there or even got created in the first place ? The answer has already been given to us many thousands of years ago. Whether you beleive it not but the the current big bang theory in fact is misleading and didn’t just happen out of the blue one day. Couldn’t one just think how the weather changes daily or how the sun sets or rises and what if or how comes the sun only rises from the east everyday ? this thinking would bring humans back to the fundamental law of the big bang theory in reality in which the answer had already been given to us.

The Big Theory of planet earth

Let me bring the Noob back into the game and tell you now that man was created from mud, clay or the earth and then you were given ‘life’ There are no prizes for guessing who or what the big bang theory is but write your thoughts and speak your mind below.

Life in the UK

Walking on the Pavement

In London the pavements are so small that it only fits in at most two people at once holding hands or not. There is no room for another person to walk past from behind. What’s more is some people are s ignorant of the ones behind them only to sound a bit rude to say ‘excuse me’ firmly from behind or walk half around the road and then climb back on the pavement again. Living life in the UK means to live on a tiny island in the middle of the atlantic but people just dont get it, everyone wants to get in for the better life. In reality immigrants have made life in the UK  a worse place to live in. A lot of the people in London are no longer natives. Most of the real English people have moved away and have gone for ages. Life in the UK nowadays is all immigrants from Eastern Europe and South-East Asia that dominate parts of London and other major cities such as Birmingham, Manchester, Bradford, Sheffield to name a few as an example. The city of London is divided into ethnic communties such as:  in East London it is mostly Bangladeshi’s, Pakistani’s and Indians, in Harrow and Southall the majority are all from India while in Stepney/Brick Lane its all Bengali’s/Sylheti’s and in North London its a mixture of Turkish and jewsish people.

The Reality of Living on a Tiny Island

life in the UK, whitechapel, London

Life in the UK: Finding Work is like Winning the Lottery
The huge influx of immigrants arriving into the UK and the government don’t understand is the UK is a tiny island which is overcrowded and bursting its bank with a huge overflow of people. The immigrants from these countries have come to London and work for peanuts. For example, the rate of a job which is £30 per hour, these people do it for £5 per hour. The government thinks its doing good to its economy but in fact are too stupid to see the reality where jobs are being taken over by immigrants. When you apply for one job (in some cases) there are three hundred applicants for one job so it becomes a lottery.

Life in the UK and Unemployment in London
There are millions of long term unemployed people in London who can’t find work because immigrants from other parts of the world work for peanuts. These people compete fiercly against the citizens of London for the same jobs which British Nationals or citizens apply for which is what causes the huge long term uemployment. A lot of students from third world immigrant countries come for a better life in the UKThey come to London to study on a student visa and then end up working in sweat houses of clothing or food for very low hourly rates of pay. They work their way up in different places and then compete in more demanding and challenging jobs which prevent British born people in the UK getting the job(s) or they just make competition fierce and as a result there are no jobs and unemployment is high.

It is not just London. Life in the UK is densly populated in other major cities such Birmingham, Bradford and Manchester with people mainly making up from the South East Asian sub-continment while the natives have moved to more rural areas like Cornwall, Devon, Derby, Yorkshire Dales or have even left the country for balmy parts of Europe, US and Australia.

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