The hot Big Bang model has been very successful in predicting much of the phenomena observed in the universe today. The model successfully accounts for nucleosynthesis and the relative abundance of the light elements, (e.g., Hydrogen ~ 75%, Helium ~ 25%, Lithium (trace), Berylium (trace)). The prediction of the Cosmic Background Radiation and the fact that the universe is expanding (i.e., The Hubble Law), both represent successful predictions of the Big Bang theory. However, this model suggests questions which it can not answer, which brings about its own demise. These anomalies are discussed in the following sections.