Already this shows an incredible lack of understanding of the Big Bang model. It does NOT describe an explosion where matter is thrown outward from some center. It never has. Instead, it portrays an expansion of space itself with the matter and energy being carried along by the expansion of space.(2) If the universe started with an explosion, one would expect that all matter-energy should have been propelled radially from the explosion centerâconsistent with the principle of angular momentum. It would not be expected that the universe would be characterized by the curving and orbiting motions that are commonly observed, e.g., the revolution of our earth around the sun (cf. Morris 1984, 150).
This is very badly out of date. The anisotropies predicted by the Big bang theory were found in 1992. Since that time, they have been extensively studied and have confirmed and elucidated the Big Bang theory. In particular, the details of these anisotropies are consistent with the Big bang theory with cosmic inflation, with the recent WMAP data allowing predictions of the higher peaks in the anisotropies which were confirmed by ground-based observations. In particular, the amounts of dark energy, dark matter, baryonic matter, and energy from light *all* affect the positions of the peaks in the anisotropies and form a collection of data that is very unlikely to be consistent with any theory, but *are* consistent with the Big Bang.(3) For years scientists have been attempting to measure the microwave radiation that is coming in from all parts of the universe. It is conjectured that this radiation is the left-over heat from the original big bang. The problem is, wherever this radiation has been measured, it has been found to be extremely uniform, which does not harmonize with the fact that the universe itself is not uniform; rather, it is âclumpy,â i.e., composed of intermittent galaxies and voids. If the big bang theory were true, there should be a correlation between the material composition of the universe (since everything emits thermal heat) and the corresponding radiation temperature. But such is not the case."
My recommendation is to get your information from someone who knows cosmology and is not using out of date information.