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This was an article I wrote in 2009 that received fairly good reviews from people on the site on which it was posted.

It is not written for the scientist, but for the layman to grasp how everything in the universe might come from the explosion of a single hydrogen atom, and what it all means.

Big Bang Theory: All This From Nothing? How? What Does It Mean?

Whether you accept the Biblical description of the creation of the Earth and heavens, or the scientific explanation that everything was all created with one BIG BANG, the sequence of events are pretty much the same. It is difficult to conceive how everything in the universe was created from nothing, but it was. So, how is it possible?

The first step in understanding this is to think about holes differently. We cannot see holes. We can only see that which surrounds a hole and what lies beyond it. We can see examples of this on Earth, and, when considered a bit differently, we can apply the knowledge on a much larger scale.

A pebble one cubic inch in mass is rather small. The Grand Canyon is huge. Most people would consider the Grand Canyon as more massive than the pebble, but the Grand Canyon is a hole. The pebble is actually so much more massive that it isn't even worth calculating how much more massive. If we were to toss the pebble into the Grand Canyon, we would actually shrink the Grand Canyon by one cubic inch. The pebble, however, would be consumed fully, and would become insignificant to the point of losing its singular identity.

What this demonstrates is that gravity works both ways. Since the time that Einstein theorized something so massive that it had tremendous gravity, but so small that it had not been detected, mankind has discovered black holes. The top physicists in the world argue about how much mass something would need to create a bend in space-time without the mass being visible. I believe they should consider the gravitational aspects of sub-mass, but I have no credentials to warrant that consideration.

However, just as we cannot truly see the Grand Canyon, but rather we see the walls and the basin, we also cannot see black holes. We can only see the swirling matter draining into the hole. If it is truly a hole being filled with the matter draining into it, then we can conclude that there are both physical and sub-physical elements in the universe. If Hermann Bondi was correct, then it all equals out, and the universe adds up to nothing, which is what we began with in the BIG BANG theory.

So, let's take another human concept, and add a third element to it. If you have no money, you can still obtain a car by also obtaining a debt. One is mass, and the other is a hole, but they essentially balance out to zero. As the value of the car and the amount of the debt fluctuate, the difference is balanced out as equity. Equity can be positive or negative depending on whether the mass (value of the car) is larger than the hole (amount of the debt), or smaller than the hole. We can measure the equity, but, like the debt, we cannot see it. We only know it is there, and it can be measured.

The equity would be similar to space. We have been told that it is dark in space. However, since we can see the sun and stars, it is illogical that there is no light in space. Light is simply a particle that quantifies through interaction with the electrons in atomic structures to produce a photon. If there are no atoms, the light cannot be seen because no photons are created.

However, we might consider that our eyes filter light that is visible on the negative cycle of the light particle. If it were possible for us to see what exists on the positive cycle of a light particle, we would likely see a cool, glowing light similar to how Heaven is described in the Bible, or the light described by those who have had near-death experiences. This, too, would coincide with Bondi's theory that physical laws would apply inversely on sub-mass. In that theory, the light particle would interact with whatever would be a sub-proton to create a sub-photon.

Unlike the physical world in which we live where negatives and positives attract, positives would attract positives and repel negatives in the sub-physical realm. It may sound a little bit like Heaven and hell.

As a caution, though, if the objective in the negative world is to defy gravity to obtain success, then, in the positive world, success would be achieved by defying levity. So don't get too worked up about Heaven being all fun, or you might end up back here taking another shot to avoid hell.

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