The Big Bang Theory is a scientific explanation of how our universe began and created the galaxies and stars as we know them today. In the beginning, the universe was dark, rather small, and a dense super force with no stars, forms, structures, or atoms. A super force is a theory of everything eventually becoming unified.
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It’s nearly impossible for any of us to wrap our brains around a place that over 14 billion years ago was just dark and dense. Ever wondered how expansion started around 14 billion years ago? How about when the earth started to cool and organisms were able to produce organic compounds from surroundings? Compounds developed using the energy from light and/or inorganic chemical reactions such as plants and algae. During this time, Neanderthals started creating tools and forming human structures. The Big Bang Theory explained how all this happened.
Moving forward, the very popular sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” aired in 2007 and has since scored an amazing 82% on Rotten Tomatoes and managed to stay alive for an amazing 11 seasons. Thanks to its stellar cast, great theme, intellectual and slapdash humor, and excellent storylines. The Big Bang Theory sitcom took the world by storm but its characters and the relationships between them became very endearing and very easy to relate to.
With almost 250 episodes to its name, the Big Bang Theory constantly kept their fans on the edge, waiting to see what would happen next in their lives. All this was thanks to the legendary talents of creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady.
Their fans loved every second watching these nerdy scientists go about their odd and sometimes embarrassing lives and nothing was more entertaining than watching them look for love!
Who could possibly get enough of Leonard’s long list of former lovers, Raj fighting his total inability to speak in the presence of women, and of course, the incredibly close but ever so loud, couple Howard Wolowitz and Bernadette Rostenkowski? Ever wondered about the cast’s real-life faux pas in the modern world of dating?