Something based almost entirely on theory, and yet obsessed over the smallest bit of physical evidence.
What gets me is that many speak of the big bang as it if it were fact.
If the observable universe is so big, isn't there good reason to assume it is also much, much larger than the piece of it that we can observe?
My point being, if the part which we can observe is nothing but a small piece of the whole, why is the observation that it is expanding considered as proof of the big bang theory?
For all we know, different parts could be expanding, contracting and exploding at different times.
But to make the statement 'the universe is expanding' seems a bit ridiculous to me. Just because the observable universe that we see is moving outwards, that doesn't mean that everything in existence is also expanding.
That is a very grand assumption.
And not something that takes a very long paper to make an argument against.
This may be my shortest blog post, in fact...
EDIT: Scratch that, I'll keep talking.
So I got a wacom tablet finally. Practice will start tomorrow after I've caught up on sleep.
I'll likely just practice in black and white to get the feel for it, make different types of lines, try different styles...
And then I can practice colors! Finally!
I was sick and tired of not being able to draw digitally.
It feels like selling out, but... I can still draw on paper whenever I want to.
But I feel it will still help me improve.