Creation Of Universe

An exceptionally small, exceptionally concentrated and exceptionally hot particle exploded at very high speed and began to expand.

As a result of this “Big Bang,” radiation emerged from radioactive rays that broke up of their own accord and began to disperse. When this radiation was absorbed by “Divine Particles,” mater and anti-matter emerged.

Radiation thus became energy and matter acquired mass.

And as a result of the Big Bang, a star resembling a fire ball was created.

Gravity attracted small scattered celestial bodies which then began to revolve around this star. It was thus that the planets were created and the universe, consisting of millions of stars and the planets encircling them, thus appeared.

Our planet earth broke off from the sun, gradually grew cold, and developed a crust-like external surface.  Heavy rains formed the oceans and seas.

Through universal laws that enabled oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and phosphor atoms in the oceans to combine and form chains of amino acids and nucleic acids, the first mono-cellular living being, which reproduced by itself, began its existence.

We can list as follows some important pieces of information on the existence of the universe:

·The universe is 13.7 billion years old. (According to NASA’s most recent statement);

·There are close to 100 billion galaxies in the universe;

·In our galaxy, the Milky Way, there are thought to be about 200 billion stars;

·Our sun is one of these stars and it is about 5 billion years old;

·The earth is believed to be a piece that broke off from the sun and is 4.6 billion years old.

·It is believed that the first mono-cellular living metabolism was created about 3.3 billion years ago in the sea and biology thus came into being. The migration of the first living beings onto land happened about 500 million years ago.

That the world was created as a result of the explosion of an atom was first asserted by the Belgian Georges Lemaitre in 1927.

A few years later Edwin Hubble (1889-1953) led experiments and observations that established support for Lemaitre's theory, as well as for the Doppler effect, that claims that the distance of galaxies from the world increases in proportion to their distance.

According to the Doppler effect, the light of an energy source that moves away from us is red, while the light of an energy source that draws nearer is blue. The famous Hubble Space Telescope was named after Edwin Hubble, who was a famous astronomer because of the original work he carried out.

Another evidence of the “Big Bang” was established by the Nobel winners, Arno Penzais and Robert Wilson, who in 1964 discovered in their research lab in New Jersey the existence of cosmic microwave background radiation, that is to say radiation left over from the Big Bang.

These two scientists discovered that the radiation they had identified was a signal of 7.35 cm wavelength.

This signal was the signal of the “Big Bang.”

As a result of data obtained from the COBE satellite sent into space by the USA’s National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in 1989, it was established that 99.97% of the energy of the universe developed in the first year after the “Big Bang.”

The meaning of this was that a single explosion, the “Big Bang,” resulted in the creation of the universe.

Thus, as a result of the “Big Bang,” the universe was created out of nothing at the beginning of time.

The universe is continuing to expand, but what will happen later on?

There are two different approaches to the answer to this question.

The first is that the expansion of the universe will continue forever.

The second is that the universe slows down while it expands, then it begins to shrink and the galaxies invert their direction and start moving towards each other.

The universe returns to the size of a dot and now existence is transformed through another Big Bang into an apocalyptic explosion.

A satisfying answer to this very difficult question was provided in 2010 by NASA. The media announced this news with the title “Phew! The Universe is expanding!”

Via NASA’s “Hubble” telescope it was observed that the light reflecting from stars deviated around the galaxy mass entitled “Abel 1689.”

This deviation was seen as evidence for the expansion of space as a result of the emission of “dark energy.”

Prof. Eric Julio, who headed the research, announced the result as follows: “We are thus able to say for the first time that the universe is ever expanding and it will expand forever.”

This statement may have enabled paranoiac doomsayers to feel some relief.

Following the issue of the universe’s creation out of nothing, we are confronted with the beginning of existence and the reason for its creation.

We should approach the principle of existence with a religious or phylo-physicist perspective, that is to say, we should endeavor to reveal the causality between rational subjects and physical events on the basis of ontology and the philosophy of knowledge.

Mankind has undergone three stages: Homo Habilis (handy man), Homo Erectus (standing man) and Homo Sapiens (knowing man).

The skeleton found in 1994 in Ethiopia and called Ardi (Homo Habilis) is 4.4 million years old. Cro-Magnon, the first sub-race of Homo sapiens, emerged about 460 centuries ago.

 

As I was examining this data, I recalled a conversation held among friends on whether God exists or not.

A friend of ours said: “I don’t believe God exists; if God were all-powerful and all-knowing would mankind’s evolution have lasted billions of years?” His thesis was that although the Earth was 4.6 billion years old, the first human race had only emerged 50,000 years ago.

I reminded him that this depends on the “time” and “space” on which this judgement is based:  If you take into consideration mankind’s existence on the basis of its own time and space, you are right, but you are comparing the age of the world with the age of mankind. If we assume that mankind’s age is about one millionth of the world’s age, since the world is 4.6 billion years old, mankind’s age should be of only 4,600 years.

Reason why questions such as “Why did God wait 13.7 billion years to create man?” are meaningless.

In terms of an understanding that sees time as relative rather than absolute, 13.7 billion years may seem as meaningless as a few seconds in another dimension.

If we are right in our assumptions, Cro-Magnon, the modern thinking man, emerged 460 centuries BC.

A study conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA in 2010, at the New York Empire State building with sensitive atomic clocks confirmed the time-space concept of Einstein’s theory of relativity.

Through two atomic clocks set up on the highest point of the building (381 metres) and on the ground floor, it was established that a person who lived all his life at the top of the building would live 104 nanoseconds longer than a person who lived at the bottom.

The reason for this phenomenon was said to be that the greater the distance from the force of gravity is, the faster time passes, in other words that time is slowed down by the force of gravity.

We do not know yet whether studies of this kind will ever establish a correlation or a “mutual dependence” between the Earth’s age and mankind’s age.

 

In short, when we observe the change in “time,” which is “a measure of change,” we see that mankind’s evolution is rapidly gaining momentum.

It is assumed that time and the universe came into being with the “Big Bang” and existence began with the creation of matter and anti-matter.

However the famous physicist Stephen Hawking has claimed that time existed before the “Big Bang” and that the Big Bang does not mean that existence came into being from nothing.

Hawking has not yet been able to support his claim with evidence containing scientific truths.

The “imaginary time” concept of Hawking, who uses the “language of mathematics” for assumptions that do not correspond to any truths, has not satisfied phylo-physicist scientists up to now.

That is why we consider the “Big Bang” as the beginning of Creation in our book and we base our insights into the concept of Infotheism, which contains our synthesis on God’s existence and creation, on this assumption.