No, that's for a hypothesis which is demonstrably incorrect, but still gets trotted out anyway
A hypothesis that can't be tested is called "unfalsifiable"
"What can go wrong" most of the time isn't some sort of horrible 100 meter tall spider. Usually it results in something that just can't survive.
As a huge nerd I feel compelled to point out that the 100 meter spider probably couldn't survive either. It's weight would scale up disproportionally to the strength of it's muscles or the structural integrity of it's exoskeleton.
Also, going back to big bang related stuff, has anybody else thought about the possibility that the big bang was the result of a Big Rip
in a previous universe, or rather from the effect of the big rip on a hadron in that universe?
When the repulsive force of dark energy began to rip its component quarks apart it would instead be converted into a prodigious quantity of matter due to Color Confinement