I know the topic is incredibly original, but I was just curious as to how many people genuinely accept this as a feasible explanation for the creation of the universe. Personally.. I think (at least for a long time) that there is no way of knowing. I don't like how mainstream this theory has become, and think that carelessly cramming it into society just because we don't have a better explanation is pretty irresponsible. I think it serves as a good base to build off of, and many aspects of it are logical, but the probability of this being true is just simply way too low for me to take seriously. It is repeatedly projected as fact. A good example is when History's "The Universe", a very mainstream series, says "In the beginning, there was darkness. And then.. bang" right at the beginning. You don't know that. I love that show, but the legitimacy of this theory is a stone's throw away from that of religion. Why is it being so flagrantly spewed from every book and media outlet as scientific fact?