I read your response to the 'Do you believe in God?' message bottle that was sent around and I just had to laugh. To refresh your memory, here is what you said:
"i do cause its far too orderly and things are just too perfect to have just happened by chance. besides if an explosion created all this then why are new things not created when ever we blow things up"
What kind of idiot are you? You're a hysterical one, that's for sure. The Big Bang was given that name by a rival scientist who, at the time, was mocking the Big Bang because he supported the steady State theory (the universe has always and will always be here).
The Big Bang was not actually an explosion. It was a sudden expansion. And we didn't come from nothing. The Big Bang was believed to have come from something we call a singularity. In other words, it was a small speck of something even tinier than dust. In this small dot in the centre of nothing was all the matter of the universe, compressed to an incredible density.
The singularity expanded because inside of it was matter and anti-matter. Matter and anti-matter cannot exist peacefully and so when they collided inside the singularity it 'exploded'. The heat coming from the expansion was so intense that to feel that heat and not be singed you would have to be more that twenty thousand lightyears away. Which, of course, was impossible becuase the universe didn't exist yet. In the war between matter and anti-matter which lasted approximately 0.000000054 seconds, matter won out becuase there was more matter particles. After five billion years, planets started to form.
There are many theories revolving around the beginning of life but this is the main theory as to the beginning of the universe. Some people even refer to anti-matter as the 'God particle'.
Now, nothing happens by chance. There are a million galaxies out there, the Milky Way being only one of them. Using the Hubble telescope we saw these galaxies and it is believed - with scientific evidence - that the universe is expanding. We believe that the further towards the edge of space you look, the further back in time you're seeing. The reason this is believed is because , for example, the light from the sun takes three minutes to reach us. That means if a solar flare happened on our sun, big enough for us to see it then we would only see it three minutes after it happened.
The light we see from other galaxies is from hundreds of years ago. If one of those galaxies exploded then we wouldn't see it for a hundred years. Earth is one of the rare planets that is capable of sustaining life. If our world was tilted 0.001 degrees more to the left or right than we are life would not be able to be supported. However, it has recently been discovered that life can survive almost anywhere with water, which is why people are working on a probe to go to one of Venus's moons because it is made completely of ice.
I hope this explains and resolves your stupidity, and now you know a little something about the Big Bang. It would take me too long to explain it in detail.