No, not as we know it. Science never published their claim with your daft net attached.<quoted text>Let's be more specific, the universe as we know it had a beginning.
That does not rule out the possibility of a universe before the Big Bang. That point is simply as far back as we can extrapolate.
And even if the universe began at the Big Bang that is hardly evidence for a god.
"As we know it." LOL
"The Universe is commonly defined as the totality of existence, including planets, stars, galaxies, the contents of intergalactic space, and ALL matter and energy.
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Definition of universe
1 (the universe) ALL existing matter and space considered as a whole; the cosmos. The universe is believed to be at least 10 billion light years in diameter and contains a vast number of galaxies; it has been expanding since its creation in the Big Bang about 13 billion years ago.
late Middle English: from Old French univers or Latin universum, neuter of universus 'combined into one, whole', from uni-'one'+ versus 'turned'(past participle of vertere)
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Definition of universe in the US English dictionary
universe, existence, creation, world, cosmos, macrocosm(noun)
everything that exists anywhere
"they study the evolution of the universe"; "the biggest tree in existence.
Main Entry: uniÂ·verse
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin universum, from neuter ofuniversus entire, whole, from uni-+versus turned toward, from past participle of vertere to turn â more at worth
Date: 14th century
1 : the whole body of things and phenomena observed or postulated :cosmos: as a : a systematic whole held to arise by and persist through the direct intervention of divine power b : the world of human experience c (1): the entire celestial cosmos (2): milky way galaxy (3):an aggregate of stars comparable to the Milky Way galaxy 2 : a distinct field or province of thought or reality that forms a closed system or self-inclusive and independent organization 3 : population 4 : a set that contains ALL elements relevant to a particular discussion or problem 5 : a great number or quantity <a large enough universe of stocks â¦ to choose from â G. B. Clairmont>"