Our changing world views, creates or destroys our concept of Gods & Goddesses.
“The act of creation is hard.” - Gregory Chaitin
“Nature’s laws are man’s creation.” - Moris Klein
“Discovering a new explanation is inherently an act of creativity.” - David Deutsch
The challenges of life that help us grow intellectually allow us to see the larger world with new eyes. Old family clans gathering into larger groups expand our language skills enabling us to share ideas. Our history is complete with these cycles of growth and Gods. Note:
In the Stone Age we find man with primitive language skills and limited living areas – giving rise to his creation of the many minor woodland spirits whose attributes contribute to the fortunate or unfortunate hunt, to the advent of thunder and rain needed or not, and to all the events uncontrolled by man.
Time passes, that by the time of the Migration Age, we formed many small city/states. Diverse groups of people living together gives rise to increased communication skills. With more words available to describe conditions, we now find man living on a flat earth noting that the Sun God is pulled across the sky in a chariot.
Progress etc. pushed man into the Middle Ages. Hi-tech ships sailing from port to port evolved into ocean covering vessels providing the discovery that our flat earth is now a sphere – the center of our Universe! This important position requires the most important God.
Lucky happenstances probably led man to discover telescopes. This new hi-tech invention in the hands of Galileo demoted earth from the center to an orbit around the sun. This led to the demotion of God to a lesser domain.
Continued increase in commerce, during this post-Renaissance Age provided increased news of the world describing wars, famine, plague, poverty, along with the expansion of science and technology including Darwin’s evolution. This allowed the creation and acceptance of Friedrich Nietzsche’s proposal that perhaps God has died.
The pendulum of progress finds in the early 1900’s that several of Einstein’s colleagues, whose reworking the math of general relativity, concluded that time, space and matter was created out of nothing, requiring no gods ever, but provided no physical solution to existence –– the state of cosmology today.
Well, man’s curiosity along with his hi-tech tool making skills coupled with vast broadcasting of discoveries supplied to this author and all interested parties, via the printed word and scientific web sites, all the material needed to assemble seemingly unrelated facts into one complete picture describing the creation of our Universe.
It is very easy to demonstrate how dark energy, described in this eBook, found in pre-existing space, supplies the power required by atoms to function and how this same dark energy power converged, setting off the Big Bang’s Explosive conversion of dark energy into matter as demonstrated by the Stanford Linear Accelerator in ’97.
Further, incorporating NASA’s Gamma Ray Bursts’ power signatures with the latest supernovas’ studies graphically describes the mechanics of galaxy distribution. Adding the WMAP satellite data of the Cosmic Microwave Radiation to measurements of the Hubble Deep Field Surveys provides sufficient graphing material to locate earth’s position in our Universe. With such information we can now demonstrate the proper method of computing the age of our Universe, an age that provides sufficient time for gravity’s work that of assembling galaxies.
This 21st century’s assembly of the latest findings of mine leads to the conclusion that before the Big Bang we find a tremendous amount of dark energy filling probably an unlimited space for an unbelievable amount of time, could this be the domain of God?
Enjoy this adventure of exploration of our Universe with the findings of our 21st century’s great new tools organized into one easily followed scenario.