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Mod­ern Sci­ence Finds God

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There was a time when sci­ence seemed to be the ene­my of reli­gious belief — that time is no more !These are only some of the sim­pli­fied con­clu­sions of a major work in progress, but we felt they are of such great sig­nif­i­cance that we had an oblig­a­tion to offer them to the ummah (the human soci­ety of Allah’s Cre­ation). The sci­en­tif­ic facts behind these inter­pre­ta­tions rep­re­sent a vir­tu­al con­sen­sus by a num­ber of the world’s lead­ing physi­cists, includ­ing sev­er­al Nobel Prize win­ning the­o­ret­i­cal physi­cists. The inter­pre­ta­tions them­selves are at the cut­ting-edge of Islam­ic the­o­log­i­cal thought, but have so far been very warm­ly received by Mus­lim schol­ars across the world. Mod­ern physics and cos­mol­o­gy (sci­ence of the ori­gin and devel­op­ment of the uni­verse) now pro­vide firm objec­tive evi­dence of the exis­tence of God, con­firm the pri­ma­ry attrib­ut­es of God and show how God cre­at­ed the phys­i­cal exis­tence out of noth­ing­ness”. This knowl­edge comes from a crit­i­cal analy­sis of the Big Bang” the­o­ry, Ein­stein’s Spe­cial The­o­ry of Rel­a­tiv­i­ty, and work being done in quan­tum physics. The con­cepts behind this eso­teric sci­en­tif­ic knowl­edge can now be pre­sent­ed in such a way as to be under­stood by any per­son with a mod­ern education.

We now know accord­ing to the most wide­ly accept­ed the­o­ries of cos­mol­o­gy that the phys­i­cal uni­verse we see today was cre­at­ed out of noth­ing­ness (mean­ing — no time, no space, and no matter).

We also know that the begin­ning of the cre­ation of the uni­verse took place by light com­ing into exis­tence at a sin­gu­lar­i­ty (a point with no dimension).

We know that the mat­ter of the phys­i­cal uni­verse was brought into being by pho­tons (lit­tle pack­ages of light ener­gy) which, when col­lid­ing with each oth­er, formed the vir­tu­al­ly infi­nite num­ber of pro­tons, neu­trons and elec­trons, which in var­i­ous com­bi­na­tions make up every­thing in our phys­i­cal world.

In essence we can now accu­rate­ly say that all the mat­ter of the phys­i­cal uni­verse, our­selves includ­ed, is actu­al­ly light slowed down.

We know that the space which con­tains our phys­i­cal uni­verse is expand­ing. This is a con­cept so alien to human thought that, until Albert Ein­stein devel­oped his Gen­er­al The­o­ry of Rel­a­tiv­i­ty ear­ly in the 20th cen­tu­ry, it had nev­er occurred to any of the world’s great minds but was stat­ed in the Qur’an over 1400 years ago when Allah Almighty told us, I am expand­ing the uni­verse with My pow­er”. Even Ein­stein was so astound­ed by his dis­cov­ery that he fal­si­fied his data to show a uni­verse that was not expand­ing, because he well under­stood that an expand­ing uni­verse implies there was some­where in the dis­tant past a moment of cre­ation for the universe.

Ein­stein’s Spe­cial The­o­ry of Rel­a­tiv­i­ty (which he actu­al­ly called his Abso­lutism The­o­rem because he real­ized he had found the one thing in a rel­a­tive uni­verse that was absolute) is about the spe­cial qual­i­ties of light.

The Spe­cial The­o­ry of Rel­a­tiv­i­ty allows us our first objec­tive glimpse into that which exists beyond the mate­r­i­al world.

We could have found any­thing once we got our first glimpse beyond the mate­r­i­al world, but what we did find is indeed remark­able. We find Ein­stein’s Spe­cial The­o­ry of Rel­a­tiv­i­ty show­ing us that the non-mate­r­i­al exis­tence beyond the phys­i­cal world con­sists only of absolutes, and some of those absolutes are remark­ably sim­i­lar to what everyone?s reli­gion has con­sid­ered to be among the pri­ma­ry attrib­ut­es of God.

    Exam­ple One : As the speed of light (300,000km per sec­ond) is approached then time slows, and at the speed of light time does not pass. This means for a pho­ton of light which trav­els at exact­ly the speed of light, time does not pass. There­fore the pho­ton is out­side of time, and ETERNAL.

    Exam­ple Two : Since no time pass­es for a pho­ton of light, and that pho­ton can be observed at dif­fer­ent places in space, there­fore that pho­ton of light is simul­ta­ne­ous­ly in those dif­fer­ent places (and many oth­er places) at the same time, and there­fore OMNIPRESENT.

    Exam­ple Three : Since every bit of mat­ter in the phys­i­cal uni­verse is cre­at­ed by the ener­gy of light, and that light ener­gy con­stant­ly sus­tains and directs the activ­i­ty of every bit of mat­ter in the phys­i­cal exis­tence, then there is no pow­er oth­er than the pow­er of light, light ener­gy is all the pow­er that exists, and there­fore OMNIPOTENT.

    Exam­ple Four : Since all knowl­edge that exists, that ever exist­ed, or will exist, is stored by light ener­gy and trans­mit­ted through light ener­gy then there is no knowl­edge beyond that intrin­sic to light, and there­fore OMNISCIENT.

Fur­ther­more, light does not actu­al­ly exist with­in the phys­i­cal exis­tence although we can some­how per­ceive it. As you approach the speed of light one of the three dimen­sions (length, height, or width), the dimen­sion in line with the direc­tion of motion, becomes pro­gres­sive­ly less, and at the speed of light that dimen­sion becomes zero. To deter­mine vol­ume, we mul­ti­ply height times width times length but if any one of those three dimen­sions is zero, then the vol­ume is zero ; and that thing there­fore does not exist in the mate­r­i­al uni­verse. Light occu­pies no vol­ume of space and there­fore has no exis­tence in the phys­i­cal universe.

And, while every­thing in the phys­i­cal uni­verse has some mass greater than zero, which is a nec­es­sary char­ac­ter­is­tic for exis­tence in the mate­r­i­al world, light has no mass at all. As you approach the speed of light, mass increas­es ; at the speed of light, mass is infi­nite. Regard­less of how tiny the amount of mass you begin with, that mass ris­es to infin­i­ty at the speed of light. Since pho­tons trav­el at the speed of light and do not reach infi­nite mass, it means that they had zero mass to begin with and light there­fore does not actu­al­ly exist in the mate­r­i­al world.

In the phys­i­cal exis­tence every­thing is rel­a­tive, the absolute exis­tence or non-exis­tence of any qual­i­ty is not and can not be expressed, every­thing exists between those two extremes of the con­tin­uüm from absolute expres­sion to absolute non-expres­sion. We find, though, that beyond the mate­r­i­al exis­tence all qual­i­ties exist either in an infi­nite state or have no exis­tence at all, there is noth­ing in between.

The great sig­nif­i­cance of the above find­ings is that they destroy any pos­si­ble notion of the phys­i­cal uni­verse exist­ing as a fixed num­ber of mate­r­i­al par­ti­cles which are moved about by a fixed set of phys­i­cal laws. It is exact­ly this incor­rect under­stand­ing of the phys­i­cal exis­tence which forms the basis of the sci­en­tif­ic phi­los­o­phy of mate­ri­al­ism. It is the phi­los­o­phy of mate­ri­al­ism, par­tic­u­lar­ly sec­u­lar mate­ri­al­ism, which has allowed the belief in God to be so pow­er­ful­ly chal­lenged by unbe­liev­ers in these past few hun­dred years, more or less from the time of Sir Isaac Newton.

It is no longer intel­lec­tu­al­ly pos­si­ble nor log­i­cal­ly rea­son­able, in light of the find­ing of mod­ern physics and cos­mol­o­gy, to hold the view of the athe­ists : that there is no God. The only log­i­cal­ly rea­son­able and intel­lec­tu­al­ly hon­est con­clu­sion that can be drawn from the find­ings of mod­ern sci­ence is that God does exist : that the attrib­ut­es of God are absolute and that God did cre­ate the phys­i­cal uni­verse (includ­ing human life). We are present­ly at the begin­ning of the tran­si­tion point from a sec­u­lar, mate­ri­al­is­tic world-view to a spir­i­tu­al, God-cen­tered world-view. Modern Science Finds God 26Endmark

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  1. why hel­lo there.

    you do realise that light is a form of ener­gy and not par­ti­cle right ? so it is no sur­prise that it has no mass nor does it occu­py vol­ume. just like elec­tric­i­ty. i would like to point out that both of them can be quan­ti­fied in science.

    and if you can agree with ein­stein’s the­o­ry, why not dar­win’s ? both sci­en­tists, both respect­ed in mod­ern sci­ence, both have their own the­o­ries. isn’t it too easy to quote at your con­ve­nience and ignore the rest ?

    and you still haven’t link what does light have to do any­thing with prov­ing god’s exis­tence in science.

    [Admin : Ener­gy, like all exis­tence, are made up of particles.]

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