Origin of the universe from a different Biblical perspective

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Paul Norman Shivers  

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Mon Aug 10, 2009 12:57 am

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Origin of the universe from a different Biblical perspective

The universe is a vast, but finite system of energy and energy potential that exists in time and over a non-eternal period of time. From our earthly perspective, it is a thing of beauty and immeasurable power and we are awe struck by it. But, the Bible says that God created the universe from nothing and from that which is unseen. How can this be?

It seems totally illogical that something like the universe or any type of something could be created from nothing. Something and nothing do not mix according to the principals of logic, so how can we reconcile the words of the Bible to science, logic, and the universe as it appears?

What is missing is an accurate definition of what the universe actually is. The universe is not a system of disturbances and potential disturbances in space, it is a system of disturbances and potential disturbances of space. The universe does not exist independently, but rather is the effect of space disturbed.

Of course the next logical question is what is space. Space is not nothing. Space naturally exists in a non-particulate state of timeless neutrality, but also with the capacity to be disturbed as well as a resistance to being disturbed. Disturbance of space is best described as wave forms and takes place at the relative constant we call the speed of light. Space is a non-particulate, elastic, solid substance that has an energy holding and transfer capacity, but is itself not energy. It is that which can be energized both kinetically and potentially.

Energy and energy potential are equal to the disturbance and potential disturbance of space. Energy is a linear quantity expressed in wave forms. Energy potential is particulate and is held three dimensional circles called spheres. The particles that make up the universe exists because space exists and the center point of a particle is actually a void in and of space. A void is considered to be nothing. Energy potential is not held in the emptiness of a void, it is held in the spherical warping of space surrounding point zero. As these potential energy particles move about in space, they create minor disturbance of space and when the particle collapses completely ceasing to exist, major disturbance of space occurs.

Potential energy particles can not persist singularly in a static state, because they would just collapse and release their energy. Persistent, stable potential energy particles exists at least as a duple, with the two particles in relative motion with themselves. Therefore, the primary descriptive integer for the universe is "2". The integer "1" describes space itself.

Finally, the universe is God's origami. He folded space to create it. However, the universe does not possess the eternal qualities of space itself and was not intended to persist forever. Energy has no properties in and of itself. The laws that govern the behavior of the universe are held in the nature of the substance of space.


jero12  

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Fri Oct 16, 2009 9:10 am

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it is very hard to tell


barry.armstead  

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Tue Feb 23, 2010 7:57 am

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Some of my favorites..

Big bang theory...God spoke, and BANG!!! It happened.

In the beginning there was nothing...and then it exploded.

Space is infinite, God is eternal. Know the difference.

The mind is logical, the universe is not.

or put a better way, Our intellect has limitations, the universe does not.

or even better still, Man has limitations, God does not.


Just a thought, big bang theory postulates that in the beginning all matter was contained in a single point called the singularity. (I think). Ok, fine....but it is still SOMETHING. Where did it come from?

Baz.


Paul Norman Shivers  

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Wed Apr 14, 2010 5:08 am

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Hi Baz,

Current mathematical descriptions of the universe being far from absolute, the concept of "Singularity" may just be the "reductio ad absurdum" of current mathematical thought or it may be an accurate notion. Who knows? However, we do not have an absolute solution for the simple circle, that is "pi", so we shouldn't assume too much and always keep searching.

As far as the Big Bang theory, who's to say that the initial acceleration rate of the initial event wasn't one micron per hundred years, taking the universe trillons of years to accelerate and expand to the point of fragmentation.

The possibilities seem to be limitless, and it's fun to think of them.

Paul


Swenz.john  

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Tue Feb 01, 2011 12:34 am

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Let me bring the time into the picture.
Initially we thought that the time itself was created at the time of big bang. But the only thought that just kept on boozing our minds was the fact, that what it would've been before the begining. So walla. . . A new theory is born. The M theory. It consists of two brane worlds, and when they collide with each other, an explosion takes place, and both the worlds are filled with matter. This explosion that takes place at the collision of the two brane worlds is nothing but our so called big bang. These two brane worlds are bought together by a very weak force, probably much weaker than gravity. And as the near each other, the brane worlds wave like a flag. And when these brane world's mounts collide with each other, the big bang takes place, and seperated once again. They keep on moving in the opposite direction, until they are plain like a sheet. And it starts all over again. Phew !!!!.
RAJIV.


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