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Flaws of the Big Bang

The Big Bang Theory has some significant problems. First of all, the Big Bang Theory does
not address the question: "Where did everything come from?" Can nothing explode? This
contradicts to the 1st Law of Thermodynamics (the Law of Conservation of Matter). Where
did Space, Time, Matter, and Energy come from? Next, how did this explosion / "expansion"
cause order while every explosion ever observed and documented in history caused only
disorder and chaos? Consequently, the Big Bang seemingly violates the 2nd Law of
Thermodynamics (the Law of Increased Entropy). What organized the universe after the
singularity?
Besides conflicting with the 1st and 2nd Laws of Thermodynamics, the Big Bang Theory
contradicts the Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum. For example, how does the Big
Bang Theory explain "Retrograde Motion" (the backward spin of some planets and the
backward orbits of some moons) without violating the Law of Conservation of Angular
Momentum?
Everything in the universe is spinning - planets, stars, galaxies, etc. It would take an
enormous amount of energy to start a planet spinning. To solve this, advocates of the Big
Bang Theory claim that the singularity that blew up in a sudden big bang was spinning
before it exploded, thus everything within it was spinning as it flung out. The problem is
Venus, Uranus, and Pluto are spinning backwards (Retrograde Motion). If something
spinning clockwise blows up, all of the pieces will be spinning clockwise (the Law of
Conservation of Angular Momentum). The Big Bang explains Retrograde Motion as cosmic
impacts on planets that have stopped and then reversed the spin. This is not acceptable,
since many small impacts would be largely self-defeating, and the force of impact necessary
to stop and reverse the spin of a planet all at once is incredible, so much so it would
certainly leave a mark -- probably take a huge chunk out of the planet! At the very least, it
would upset the orbit. Yet Venus has a retrograde spin and is nearly flawless in both its
shape and orbit.
Besides the significant problem of retrograde spin, some natural satellites have a retrograde
orbit around their planet. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune have satellites orbiting in
both directions. Once again, how can Big Bang cosmologists solve this dilemma without
violating the Law of Conservation of Angular Momentum?
Also, the Big Bang Theory contradicts observed phenomena. For example, the Big Bang
Theory is unable to explain uneven distribution of matter throughout the universe resulting
in galactic "voids" and "clumps". If the Big Bang was true, all matter would be (roughly)
evenly distributed.
In the universe, there are too many large scale structures to form in a time as short as
10-20 billion years, as suggested by the Big Bang Theory. Also, when observing globular
clusters (groups of tens of thousands, to one million stars), they appear older than the
universe, which falsifies the Big Bang Theory. Finally, there are contradictions between the
Big Bang Theory, and thoughts of various religions.