<"Where did the space for the universe come from?"
Big bang >
The big bang theory has never been proven, there is no evidence partaking to the theory that life originated on earth due to the climet change brought about by an explosion in space.
<"The number of intermediate varieties which have formerly existed on earth must be truly enormous. Why then is not every geological formation and every stratum full of such intermediate links? Geology assuredly does not reveal any such finely graduated organic chain; and this, perhaps, is the most obvious and gravest objection which can be urged against my theory." - Charles Darwin 1902 edition.>
<Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) was another genuine scientist. In the process of studying fermentation, he performed his famous 1861 experiment, in which he disproved the theory of spontaneous generation. Life cannot arise from non-living materials. This experiment was very important; for, up to that time, a majority of scientists believed in spontaneous generation. (They thought that if a pile of old clothes were left in a corner, it would breed mice! The proof was that, upon later returning to the clothes, mice would frequently be found there.) Pasteur concluded from his experiment that only God could create living creatures. But modern evolutionary theory continues to be based on the out-dated theory disproved by Pasteur: spontaneous generation (life arises from non-life). Why? Because it is the only real basis on which evolution could occur. As Adams notes, "With spontaneous generation discredited [by Pasteur], biologists were left with no theory of the origin of life at all" (J. Edison Adams, Plants: An Introduction to Modern Biology, 1967, p. 585).>
Not only has the theory of life originating from nothing been proven wrong, Darwin even refutes his own theorys.
I also found out some rather interesting things about Darwin, he went to Medical school for two years then dropped out, he had no degree in science at all. And he delt heavily in witchcraft.
Don't believe this? Go to http://www.drdino.com/cse.asp?pg=articles&specific=29
The part about Darwin is about two thirds down the page.