The Big Bang Theory (like the Theory of Evolution, and the Theory of Manmade Global Warming, and the Theory that Obama is a god rather than a monstrous public nuisance) requires us to discard common sense and embrace the unprovable and the absurd.
Rejecting common sense and embracing the absurd are the mainstays of the Left, who then sneer at the rest of us.
It's a tribute to the endangered common sense of the American people that a majority rejects nonsense dancing in a flimsy scientific veil.
As Mark Levin said, historians will look back on this period as the Era of the Crazy Bastards, when people eagerly embraced delusions like microbes turning into microbiologists through random unguided mutations, man-made global warming despite rising levels of CO2 in the atmosphere and no warming since 1995, and treating the most destructive fraud ever to occupy the White House as though he can do no wrong.
One version of the big bang theory asks us to believe that all of the matter and energy in the universe was once condensed into a tiny, hot and dense "singularity."
Hey! Call me when you succeed in condensing all the matter and energy in my refrigerator into a tiny hot and dense dot.
Explosions are destructive. Except of course for the biggest explosion of all, which was inconceivably constructive, causing matter and energy to self-organize into stars, galaxies, planets, life in all of its diversity! Drink up Kool Aid fans!
After all of the unproven, untestable, unobservable junk science is swept into the trash bin, the Bible will still be standing, as it has for over 2000 years (despite constant attacks by tiny, hot, dense, gasbags).
If a majority of Americans believes that the Bible's creation model is a more scientifically believable explanation than man's theories, praise the Lord.
There was one Eyewitness at the origin of the universe, God Himself, and He describes it in the Bible.