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Can Multiverse Theory be true if the total energy of the univese is zero?

The first half of the 20th century brought a revolutionary change into our concept about space and time. Earlier it was thought that space and time were having independent existence, and that they were absolute. Even if all the matter disappeared from the universe, space would remain the same and unaffected. Similar view was held about time also, that time flowed in the same way throughout the universe and that this flow did not depend on anything. But with the coming of Einstein’s theory of relativity our concept about space and time has undergone a total and drastic change.

The cause that makes space and time relative in our universe must lie outside the universe

The cause that makes space and time to be relative in our universe must lie outside our universe. Otherwise we will have to admit that there was a time when they were not relative, but absolute.

The Why-question for the Light

There is a general consensus among the physicists that space and time do not exist for the light. This is as per the relativity theory. If existence means existing in space and time, then it can even be said that the light does not exist at all! Yes, some people have gone so far as to say just the same thing about the light that the light does not exist for itself, but that it exists for everything else. But my point is not that one. My point is that how space and time become non-existent for the light when we know very well that they cannot be so by any natural means.

Go for God

Go for God

Summary: If there is a phenomenon in this universe which forever defies natural description, and if science is also found to be incapable of providing a plausible account of it based on material processes alone, then there, and there only, God can show up by proving to be necessary.

The Whole is unborn, uncreated, without a beginning and without an end.

Summary: The Whole, by virtue of its being The Whole, or by default, is changeless. An entity, here The Whole, for which no change can ever occur, cannot be created; it is uncreated. Similarly an entity, for which no change can ever occur, is unborn, without a beginning and without an end.

The Whole is unborn, uncreated, without any beginning and without any end

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