Chocolate Impulse

Lately, I've fallen asleep pondering the mystery of the universe.

If the universe expanded from a primeval atom or initial condition, what created the atom or condition?

If God created the universe, what created God? What's his story?

What created what created the universe? And what created what created what created the universe?

At some point, something must have come from nothing, which is impossible!

The universe is maddening. I feel like Cate Blanchett's character in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. I want to know! I need to know!


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13 thoughts on "Chocolate Impulse"

  1. Read "A Brief History of Time." Basically, the laws of physics break down at the point of the big bang. Concepts like time don't really mean what we think they mean at that point. The book shows no need for a creator, or a period of time before the big bang, as the very nature of time changes as you move towards the singularity.

    It's a good book and Professor Hawking could explain it way better than I. I could whoop his sorry ass in basketball, however, so I guess we're even.

  2. that guy sure can fuck

    the answer is god blew himself up during the big bang.

    videos like that prove there is no "intelligent" design.

  3. C: Arguing that time and space weren't time and space before the Big Bang still doesn't address the issue of creation ex nihilo.

    E: Awww… You missed the vomiting!

  4. That video makes me feel so refreshingly normal.

    I don't like the thought that before the Big Bang, I was the same particle as that poor bear.

  5. Well, you can always just bypass the whole ex nihilo problem by saying the universe has always existed.

    Of course, you're still stuck with the whole "why is there something rather than nothing" problem, but that one doesn't really go away.

  6. Dude. I got to the point in the video where the man begins squatting down over the stuffed animal before I bailed. What the fuck?

  7. "Lately, I've fallen asleep pondering the mystery of the universe."

    Isn't that called smoking marijuana?

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