So it appears that maybe scientists have discovered the elusive Higgs Boson or "God Particle." Stephen Hawking may have to cough up a C-note for losing that bet.
Now that it may finally be settled, how about this: In the case of the Big Bang, are you in the camp of the Inflation Model, which calls for the Big Bang occurring in an instant of infinite temperature and infinite density?
Or are you in the camp of the cyclic model, where the universe undergoes an endless sequence of "bangs" and "crunches" — that is, periods of expansion followed by periods of contraction?
For the record, I favor the cyclic model.
And also, as long as we are on the subject of The Big Bang Theory. Are you Team Leonard or Team Sheldon.