the world was created by the elements that were contained inside dying stars, coming together over time and thus creating the planet, and the universe, and heck even us. Everything, even us, is technically made of star dust.
10 months ago
Last edited at 1:39AM on 5/29/2013
no one made the world.Many billion years ago,a globe of hydrogen exploded and became rock fragments that continues to stretch far away until now.The rock fragments became the planets and all the stars.
We circle around a star that was born approximately 5 billion years ago, in a universe that is estimated at 13.7 billion years old. Since the Big Bang, the universe has undergone drastic changes, from the domination of energy to the domination of matter, from an opaque sea of elementary particles to the transparent vacuum of intergalactic darkness that greets our eyes when we look skyward at night. The universe continued to expand and cool, the stage was now set for the first stars to form. The tiniest fluctuations of density in the early universe were magnified as it aged, and gigantic clouds of atoms formed a filament-like network throughout the universe. Inside these clouds, the first generation of stars formed. and as our solar systems sun is also the part of it after sometime and this beautiful world formed, and generations evolved from unicellular to multicellular organisms and we are also a part of this whole. I answer on the base of science because i do not believe in god.
9 months ago
Last edited at 8:12PM on 6/1/2013
the creation happened through asteroids colliding with mars at its volcanic state which created a chunk of mars to fly of and become a small moon, which over time small asteroids and dust the moon became bigger and over time became earth