I disagree. I do not think the Big bang holds up to evidence. My problem is not with tunneling. I dont even see why that is relavent. The Big Bang rest mostly on the Hubble Constant. Georges Lemaître a Catholic monk proposed the big bang theory two years before Hubble made is observations of the Red Shift. However Cosmic Background Radiation reading do not fit with the predictions made form the Red Shift.
-The tunneling was an aside. The big bang does rest most on the Hubble Law: which states that v= HR where H= 17X10 –3 m/(s* light years). However, this equation was made up by real observation of the universe. Such as, Melvin Slipher who reported nebulae moving away from the earth at speeds up to several million miles per hour. Can still and is use to predict locations of other objects in the universe. So yes, works real well. Which all is dependent on the understanding of strong force, weak force, electromagnetic force and Gravitation force. We can also observe these in the form of radiation, such as microwaves. Which leads to the discovery of the observation of the blackbody radiation by Penzias and Wilson. The most clearcut evidence for the Big Bang Theory. The math is a bit long and I don’t know how to post graphs or make one for that matter but a graph would be the easiest way to show the big bang and the functions of the forces.
See this http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0610213
That is assuming dark energy's state is always less than –1
But that is making a big assumption, supported by little evidence.
I do believe being is eternal and that it was not created, but that all creations are within it and there is no outside of it.
To just say well everything was in a super heavy point and then it just blew up cooled off and here we are.
-We don’t say that. In fact, what we do say in that in was condense to a point and then no longer could maintain under the given forces listed above, so therefore exploded(for a lack of a better word)
On a philosophical note, I as do many of my science peers look at the big bang as a start of an infinite regression and expansion of the universes. Such as the other end of a black hole, connect to yet another black hole. BTW, black holes will soon to show to be the answer to many things in cosmology.
Can Dark matter avoid entropy?
-We are still defining dark matter as we aren’t sure what this is yet or how it would or wouldn’t avoid entropy, but a good question.