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Where did matter and energy come from?

  1. pwfaith profile image59
    pwfaithposted 7 years ago

    Where did matter and energy come from?

    Where did the first particle of matter come from? If nothing only produces nothing and nothing existed before the existence of the world, how did something (matter/energy) become created from nothing?

  2. karatekidjmt profile image79
    karatekidjmtposted 7 years ago

    In the BEGINNING, God created the HEAVENS and the EARTH. time, space, matter.

  3. SpiritPhilosopher profile image51
    SpiritPhilosopherposted 7 years ago

    From 'God' everything comes,
    through 'God' everything exists
    and in 'God' everything ends."
    Do you believe this?

  4. andrew savage profile image60
    andrew savageposted 5 years ago

    We live in a system with natural order best suited to achieve form, thus all of creation naturally performs an art of achieve the best achieveable form. If we lived in a digital Verse this law would best suit the architecture of such programming etc. As well as on the other hand; if we lived in an analogue Verse, the best law to actuate and sustain of all creation in existence would resemble the same.

    All matter and energy came from the entire mass of all known creation within this Verse coming within to find a center, and eventually an explosive force occurred due to effects of gravity that Mankind may are may not understand fully, depending upon the level of intelligence security clearance involved with what really happened. Furthermore, when I mention all of mass all of energy is included as all energy and fields have a mass, disregarding a flawed public education system teaching that the mass of such energy and fields is "neglible."

    The truth is that there is no such thing as a thing. Thing is really a word that originally flew out of particular people of popularity during the inception of the English language as it was seen as a quick way to cut corners in our description of what we are mentioning or experiencing. Things are not real, matter is real and all matter is comprised of particles known as energy, with fields that govern them.
    I challenge you to go an entire day without using the word "thing," if you take it seriously you will see that your psyche and vocabulary matures as you search for the right word. (But stay away from people who regularly speak fast and use the word, because it may cause you to have a somewhat difficult time keeping up.

    And to end this, I ask you to also contemplate what it means to live in a Verse that has two hemispheres like that of a brain or figure eight.