7th Posted September 7, 2010 Share Posted September 7, 2010 (edited) Steven Hawkins recently published a book that agrees somewhat with my beleifs. In The Grand Divide (as I like to call it), he claimed that "over time the big bang was inevitable due to the nature of gravity". I also understand that recently the mathematical problem of P=NP was proven -- If we were to alter some of the (not 100% proven) laws that science currently abides by, we can predict the chain of events that lead to the big bang. Using P=NP, we know that a black hole spins and therefore is in motion. Through it's spin it generates pulling power. If you'd like to strike this approach with 'laws' which are not proven to be correct, only to assist the current ideas, then it's completely unfair and ignorant; even if reason is applied, the human brain is far more capable to think freely and judge correct without the burden -- which is a good enough reason to conduct experiments with this basis. The term God is thrown about on these forums, being a christian-scientist I take the term scientifically. I apply God and the bible to created-things as only the truth interests me. It is not incorrect for me to claim that the God I believe in is an element or essense, rather than an embodied being. An omnipotent that is apparent to everything and anything, whatever we do has a relation to God, and this God, I believe can be measured in life. Judgement Before Gravity can be set in motion it requires the wisdom to do so. Something cannot appear without it programmed to 'appear' before hand. So first it requires the wisdom of motion. Once this wisdom is applied, it requires the courage' to start -- rather like an engine of a car, without the ignition it is useless (but first you require the structure of an engine). Once both have been applied we have the pulling power generated through the spin. Due to the nature of gravity, the impulse generated from the first 'push' or 'ignition' would eventually reach the middle, which would inevitably cause the big bang, the impulse meeting the center creating an explosion/expansion of power. We know that time is measured by us and it is simply a product of how we interpret our surroundings and 'live'. We know that Gravity causes time. Therefore as I believe that everything and anything is in God's image, time is God and time was the wisdom that caused the motion. If we are nothing but motion, with education, wisdom and courage, then we are also in times image. Time induced gravity, and gravity induced time. It's impossible for something to come from nothing, something must set the 'spark', for anything to begin. Pantheism Panspermia Gaia Theory I think these theories relate somewhat to this one. Feel free to debate, but please try to be less strict and more reasonable. Edited September 7, 2010 by 7th Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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