You speak of big bang, space and time but they could be only related to this part of Universe; how do we know what happens elsewhere in the Universe, does time and space have the same effect and essence, could it be that time and space as we know it are typical only for this part of the Universe, if it is indeed a part of it at all (in relation to our human perspective?) Then the theory that explains rationally (for us) every problem about the creation of the Universe is not true. Do you have evidence that the big bang theory is valid in the entire Universe? Do you think that the entire Universe is composed in the same way as our Milky Way galaxy? I haven't realized that humans explored the whole Universe, or that they regard that they think they know the entire Universe because they think they know something about the Milky Way?
When I talked about the Universe, I wasn't refering to Milky Way alone. It is strange you think that the entire Universe is like Milky Way. I'm not against making theories about Universe, but I'm adamant that we will never realize it (the whole thing, not just the Milky Way). We will always make theories (because we're like that) but that doesn't mean that we have the right to declare that with one theory that can be valid in one part of it (again from our perspective, which could be of no importance to it, except for us), we have the theory that explains it entirely.
How do you know that our (note the word "our", how typically humanly arrogant) universe has edges that are expanding? Because somebody said so? Where is the proof for that? Has it been tested on the entire Universe? How can we know that "our proof" isn't clouded by our way of thinking? Perhaps we perceive things differently then they really are? Perhaps we view the Universe in a certain way, that is completely different from the "real" way?
I never said that I completely agree with the logic of the Ancient world, but it certainly seems better to me when contrasted with putting objects in Universe in relation with "our god", although I do understand the human tendency (propelled with insecurity when confronted with the scary blackness of Universe) which puts themselves in the top place and views everything in relation to themselves.
Humans have always looked in the stars, and the high feelings that arose in them were always transfered in our world, the earth. We will always put everything we learn about our closest part of Universe in relation to our world (the earth) because we can't do otherwise, we're the product of this world, and everything we think and do is always related to it, never escaping it's boundaries. That's why we will never "realize" about Universe, because our mind cannot sever the links with our natural environment.
I say that we concentrate our efforts and minds into this world, there's so much to learn and see, so many things that we know nothing of. This is a frightening view, because limiting ourselves to our natural world cuts back our arrogant mind of reaching beyond ourselves. We can't even stop ourselves from self - destruction, so it seems, let alone make claims about the whole Universe.
Like I said, leave the space for inspiration, and use that inspiration in the only place where matters: earth. I know that this will never happen, however, people will research about it, but I will never agree that we realized something about the (whole) Universe simply because somebody made some assumptions that can only be relevant to humans, who knows how other beings (somewhere out there) perceive Universe? Would they be wrong in their assumptions if they were different from ours? Who would be right?