The Universe

The Universe


            Many people try to explain why life exists here on Earth. But there’s an even a deeper question that needs to be addressed: Why does life exist throughout our universe?

            Our universe is huge in size and has been around for 14 billion years. Other Earth-like planets with life are probably scattered all over the universe. If life thrives here on Earth, then life should thrive on other habitable planets. Science suggests that life throughout this universe appears to be very likely.

            There are many requirements for life to exist on another planet. But all of these requirements are common when considering how many stars there are in the entire universe. And the elements that produce life are also common throughout the universe. There has to be other Earth-like planets with life.

            The universe has about 100 billion galaxies that each have 100 billion stars or more. There are other stars to account for equaling about 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 total stars in our known universe. No one knows how much life is really out there. But there could be millions or billions of Earth-like planets in our universe right now.



            If there’s 1 Earth-like planet per 20 galaxies, that would equal 5 billion habitable planets right now. That’s 1 habitable planet per 2 trillion stars. So this estimate of 5 billion Earth-like planets for the entire universe is definitely possible.

            There are no exact percentages for these requirements so this is just a rough estimate. Scientists agree with the possibility of billions or trillions of habitable Earth-like planets in our universe.

            It’s also known that just 15 million years after the big bang, the whole universe could’ve been one large habitable zone as it cooled down to a livable temperature. During this period of time, microscopic life could’ve arisen while the entire universe was at room temperature. (Harvard University astronomer Avi Loeb)

            So there could’ve been microscopic life forms just 15 million years after the Big Bang. Therefore life could’ve arisen during the following 14 billion years. It’s possible that plenty of life could’ve existed in the universe’s past. (Space.com, Big Bang Theory: 5 Weird Facts About Seeing the Universe’s Birth)

            Scientists now estimate that there are about 8 billion habitable planets in our galaxy alone. Although only a small percentage of these planets would have the other requirements for life to exist. But there are still 99,999,999,999 other galaxies in the universe to consider.

            Science suggests that there could be billions of Earth-like planets in our universe right now, not counting the past or future. Life probably existed somewhere else in the past, and it’s likely that other Earth-like planets will form in the future. Time must be added to the equation and greatly increases the chances for life in this universe.

            This is a strong piece of evidence that a Creator is responsible for life throughout this universe. It can’t just be a fluke of nature or the result of endless coincidences.  It seems to be the result of an intentional creation. These billions of Earth-like planets make our universe seem like a deliberate creation.

            How can someone not draw this conclusion with so many habitable solar systems just like ours? It’s not like there’s just a few, there’s millions of Earth-like planets with life at the very least. And that’s just considering the present time right now.



            If you stumbled upon a parking lot full of millions of cars, would you assume that they all exist by random coincidences?  Did these complex parts just happened to form on their own?  Did the batteries, fluids, pistons, timing chains, transmissions, wheels, brake parts, steering wheels, and so on all just happen to exist by mere chance?  That doesn’t seem possible.  And a car is nowhere near as complicated as life forms are.

            To think that all of this life is random does not seem logical.  It cannot be rightly classified as just a mere coincidence.  And just because scientists understand the mechanics of a car, that doesn’t mean that it wasn’t created by some form of intelligence.

            All of this evidence shows that we must be an intentional deliberate creation.  An intelligent being must have intended on life forming all throughout this universe.  That’s the most logical conclusion to make.  To assume that it’s all just a mathematical coincidence is just ridiculous.  Atheists stretch the word coincidence beyond its true definition.  The idea that our existence is only random does not explain why so much life exists in our universe.

            Plus think about how scientifically complex our existence is.  Mankind is still discovering just how complex atoms are in particle physics.  The fact that a proton can form into all the different elements for life to exist is no coincidence.  Protons, neutrons, and electrons can become oxygen, water, iron, uranium, or any other element.  And the laws of physics are perfectly calibrated for these many atom combinations.

            There’re also smaller particles like fermions, quarks, leptons, neutrinos, muons, tauons, bosons, mesons, baryons, gluons, hadrons, pions, kaons, preons, positrons, and their opposite antiparticles.  Then there’s different energies like photons, electrons, radiation, dark energy, and more.  These all function in specific ways enabling life to exist.  That’s just piling coincidence upon coincidence.

            Some say these elements just happened to exist.  But what do all of these particles accomplish “randomly” in the universe?  They create the different elements.  And what are the functions of these different elements?  They produce intelligent life.  Now considering all of the elements and the laws of physics, what is the end result of their existence?  They create life throughout the universe.  That’s pretty much what they do.

            So then why would all of these atoms just happen to do this and exist in the first place?  Because they were designed to perform this function.  Random coincidences didn’t design these complex scientific processes, an intelligent Creator had to.  Logically speaking, the universe and life have to be a deliberate creation.  This Creator must be the ultimate scientist.  A mindless universe with no intelligence would not be capable of forming all of these scientific requirements by one random chance (the Big Bang).

            Atheists use the words “random” or “coincidence” like a magic wand to distract people from the evidence.  The exact definition of coincidence is: “A remarkable occurrence of events or circumstances without apparent connection.”  But there’s an enormous connection here.  Science knows about many complex parts of life that are all connected like particle physics, astrophysics, molecular biology, and more.

            Atheists like to talk about one small topic of science and then add their opinion to it.  You can’t just hand pick out one piece of evidence and draw a conclusion.  Look at the big picture of the entire universe filled with life.  And consider all of time including the past, present, and future.  Then ask yourself, what is really going on here?  All of this life in our universe does not seem like a coincidence.

            Some atheists argue that most of our universe does not support life, so there’s no reason to consider a God.  But a star may explode its elements to form an Earth-like planet around a completely different star.  This necessary process happens over and over again.

            Everything in our universe has a purpose that results in life.  And consider how much life there was, is, and will be.  Plus atheists believe that there are an infinite number of universes to consider also.

            Another point to consider is that maybe God intended for mankind to explore and colonize our galaxy someday in the future.  Minor extinctions happen every 28 million years because of meteorites.  The last one was about 13 million years ago.  That leaves 15 million years for mankind to develop interstellar space travel.  Then humans can branch out to other habitable planets.  Mankind may continue to live in this galaxy for billions of years.  And 15 million years is plenty of time for scientists to figure out interstellar space travel.

            Mankind invented the wheel 5,000 years ago.  The automobile was invented 100 years ago.  And now NASA is planning a trip to Mars in 2030.  Therefore God could’ve planned for humans to populate the entire galaxy in the future.  So just because most stars don’t support life, that doesn’t mean that there is no God.

            Another possibility is that God sets habitable planets around most of the stars in the entire universe.  If a God created the universe, then He would also be capable of moving planets around and adjusting solar systems.  We have no idea how much life is really out there.

            Astronomers have cataloged data on about 2,000 exo-planets so far.  These are other planets that orbit stars.  But it’s hard for them to see the surface of these planets.  That’s because nearby starlight makes it difficult to see a planet’s surface clearly.  And cloud cover also blocks our view of a planet’s surface while looking for signs of life.

            Of the 2,000 cataloged exo-planets, astronomers are still going over all of their findings and it’s going to take years to review the data.  But that’s not the biggest problem in searching for life in this universe.

            There are 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars in the known universe and we’ve only just begun investigating 2,000 of their planets.  If Earth had 1 billion powerful telescopes and they all observed a different solar system each month.  It would take us 8 trillion years to search the entire universe for habitable Earth-like planets.  There are so many stars that our human species will never have enough time to even look at them all.  And there may be more planets than there are stars.

            Even if humans live as a species for 1 billion years, we would have to look at about 300 billion solar systems per day to conduct a complete search for life in this universe.  That should give anyone a real grasp on just how huge the universe is.  No matter how you look at it.  Our universe seems to be a fountain of life that lasts for billions of years.

            The deadly parts of this universe without life are not evidence against God’s existence.  God would not be bound by time and have no reason to think like we do.  This atheist argument is just an attempt to change the subject for explaining why so much life does exist in our universe.



            Atheists believe that our universe came from nothing.  The atheist Stephen Hawking says that because there’s a law of gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing.

            So how is there just a law of gravity?  What caused gravity to exist?  And how exactly would gravity create something from “nothing” as he claims?  He makes it seem as if our entire existence can be explained by gravity alone.

            Then he describes how the universe “can and will create itself from nothing.”  Notice how he uses the word nothing here, even though he’s actually describing gravity.  Atheists just misuse the word nothing as you’ll soon see.

            There’s no explanation as to why the universe will just create itself when it has no mind or will to do so.  This whole statement is just a play on words to confuse people and make it seem as if his opinion is a proven fact.

            Stephen Hawking also says that spontaneous creation is the reason there is something instead of nothing.

            Notice how he uses the phrase “spontaneous creation” as if this is a scientific law that has been tested and proven.  There’s no proven law in science known as “spontaneous creation”.  And if there was, it would not explain why such a law exists in the first place.

            Then he claims that his opinion of “something from nothing” is how it all happened.  So he declares an opinion without complete scientific evidence or proof.

            This whole sentence is supposed to be giving an explanation, but it doesn’t.  It’s just a riddle, not a real answer.  This statement is intended to avoid the question by causing confusion.  The atheistic theory uses opinions, not real science.  They just play word games.

            Stephen Hawking also says that it’s not necessary to invoke God to set the universe in motion.

            But it’s not necessary to invoke “nothing” to set the universe in motion either.  It seems that some of the most respected scientists have only “nothing” to explain atheism or the cause for our existence.  They just make over-confident statements to avoid the question of why our universe exists.

            To consider an intelligent Creator as a cause for the universe makes more sense.  Plus it’s a logical answer of some kind instead of just playing word games to avoid the question.  A Creator (God) is the only answer that makes sense.  Atheism has no answers.



            The big bang caused space to stretch as it still does.  This stretching creates the vacuum pressure in our universe.  Scientists can see energy being created from nothing inside of a powerful vacuum.  This is called a quantum fluctuation.  Some scientists believe all of the energy and matter came from the stretching of space after the big bang.  All matter is believed to be made of energy.  Atheists use this evidence to show that our universe came from nothing.

            Quantum mechanics tells us that the vacuum of space is not empty, instead it crackles with the energy of virtual particles.  Empty space is full of virtual particles that pop in and out of existence.  These particles and antiparticles randomly separate from each other and pop into existence.  Then they quickly reattach and disappear.  Empty space is filled with these virtual particles, but this is not “nothing”.

            So energy can be created from the stretching of space which is already filled with virtual particles.  But the energy to stretch space must’ve first been provided by the big bang.  These virtual particles most likely came from the leftover energy after the big bang.  And that enormous amount of energy is not “nothing”.  The vacuum of empty space has energy and tension from its stretching caused by the big bang.  So a vacuum that produces matter would first require the energy to cause the stretching of space.

            The First Law of Thermodynamics states: The total energy of an isolated system is constant; energy can be transformed from one form to another, but energy cannot be created or destroyed.

            This law says that matter cannot be created from the true definition of nothing.  Atheists just misuse the word nothing to describe space which is full of particles and antiparticles (virtual particles) that had to come from another form of energy.  So matter and energy don’t just pop into existence from nothing.

            Everybody knows that electrons orbit the nucleus of atoms, but they don’t actually rotate around the nucleus.  Instead they quickly appear and disappear in random places around the nucleus.  But no scientists would say that electrons come from nothing just because they appear and disappear.  This is one of many examples that virtual particles don’t come from nothing just because they appear and disappear.

            These virtual particles might be popping into existence from other dimensions.  The popular string theory requires 11-26 different dimensions in our universe.  The energy created from a quantum fluctuation is possibly transferring back and forth from other dimensions into ours.  A dimension just means another location or position.

            What’s known as Charge Parity Time Symmetry suggests that virtual particles should exist as some kind of matter in whatever dimension they come from.  Virtual particles only become visible when the particles and anti-particles briefly come apart.  Then they reattach and disappear.  These virtual particles continually appear and then disappear, but they should continue to exist as some kind of matter after they disappear to whatever dimensions they came from.

            Symmetry isn’t proven though, but this suggests that virtual particles don’t come from nothing.  They’re possibly coming from other dimensions and they can exist as some other kind of matter there.  Some other scientists consider that virtual particles may come from a mirror universe instead. (Yahoo News, Mirror Universes Might Look and Behave Like Ours)

            Some scientists even claim that virtual particles might be going backwards in time.  If I had a time machine and went backwards in time for 5 seconds, you would see me disappear completely.  That’s because you’re moving forwards in time.  So anything going backwards in time should be invisible to us.  This could explain what these virtual particles are doing.  They’re skipping through our passing of time which could explain why they’re mostly invisible.

            This suggests that a quantum fluctuation doesn’t create energy from nothing.  The virtual particles were already there but they skip across our ability to see them because they experience time differently in other dimensions.  And virtual particles are much smaller than atoms in much smaller dimensions (locations).

            This isn’t proven to be true.  But neither are quantum fluctuations creating energy from the true definition of nothing.  Science just doesn’t know for sure where virtual particles are coming from.

            An example can be made with gravitational waves.  Gravity is all around us, but scientists cannot see it yet.  Gravitational waves affect our observable dimensions but they may partially exist in different dimensions that we cannot access.  And though gravity waves are invisible to us, they don’t come from nothing.

            A Neutrino is another example.  These energetic particles can pass through any object unaffected.  They can pass through Earth or the Sun without even slowing down and they’re not affected by gravity either.  Even light particles are affected by matter and gravity, but neutrinos are not.  Neutrinos may exist partially in different dimensions of time and space.

            So the energy which supposedly comes from nothing is possibly just coming from other dimensions that already exist.  And this whole process takes place because of scientific laws.  If the universe was created from scientific laws, then these scientific laws must’ve existed before the universe began.  So the next question is: Where did these laws come from?  Then we’d have to ask: Why do these laws and space exist at all?  And there would be no energy from the stretching of space without the big bang to have first caused it.

            Even if it were proven that energy did come from the stretching of nothing, then that would just be another coincidence to add to the long list.  A God would still be the most likely cause since He used real science to create the universe.  So the stretching of space creates energy, but it probably just transfers energy from one form into another.  And the stretching of space was caused by the big bang, not nothing.



            All of the matter that exists was formed during the big bang.  And atheists believe that the big bang came from nothing.  But they just misuse the word nothing to describe something.  Any atheist book that describes how our universe began severely misuses the word nothing.  A popular atheist book called, A Universe From Nothing by Lawrence Krauss even has a chapter called “Nothing is Something”.

            The atheist definition of “nothing” includes: empty space, the big bang, the laws of physics, an enormous amount of energy, and an infinite number of universes.  Atheists consider all of this to be nothing, but this is not the true definition of the word nothing.

            Space has virtual particles, negative vacuum pressure, zero gravity, a -450 degree temperature, and possibly other dimensions.  Our universe is about 500,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 miles wide and it’s currently expanding at 2.4 billion MPH.  That’s 3.5 times faster than the speed of light.  Space is not some random place of nothing that exists, it constantly grows in size.  These traits are necessary for life to exist, and this is not nothing.

            The enormous amount of energy required would need to be enough to make up every piece of matter in the entire universe.  All matter is believed to be made up of energy.  Atheists believe this energy was made by the stretching of nothing.  An example would be like dropping a marble into a body of still water.  The marble would create a ripple that continually expands.  As the universe expands it’s probably just transferring energy from one form into another.  And that energy continues to push the universe to expand more.  But there’s no proof that this energy comes from nothing.  It’s possibly coming from other dimensions that already exist.  And this stretching would not happen from the cause of nothing in the first place.  Plus why would this scientific requirement for life just happen to exist by coincidence?  The stretching of space that creates energy just seems like one part in God’s design.

            It takes a huge amount of force for scientists to create energy from a powerful vacuum (a quantum fluctuation).  But our universe is an enormous vacuum caused by the big bang.  It exploded with the power of 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 nuclear bombs.

            Even if the stretching of space creates energy from nothing, then the stretching space doesn’t happen because of nothing.  The total amount of energy in the entire universe would’ve had to be at the beginning point of the big bang.  Then that energy would’ve converted to the quantum fluctuations that make up all matter.  Quantum fluctuations explain where the energy came from after the big bang.  But it does not explain where the energy came from before the big bang.  The atheistic theory defines all of this as nothing.

            Atheists also believe that the laws of physics would’ve had to exist eternally before the big bang.  They believe that these laws can be stronger or weaker in different universes so that life can randomly exist in some universes, but not all.  This is why atheists claim that there must be an infinite number of universes to explain why life exists in our universe.  Some universes would randomly have the right laws of physics for life to exist while others would not.  They claim this to show that our universe which supports life is just a coincidence among many universes.  Atheists claim that the laws of physics are eternal so they can include them in their definition of nothing.

            The scientific laws don’t create something from nothing.  The scientific laws only effect that which already exists.  They have no effect on the true definition of nothing.  When atheists claim that the laws of physics are eternal, that is completely based on a theory with no evidence at all.  And even if the laws of physics were eternal, that doesn’t explain why the space and infinite universes also exist.

            The true definition of nothing is: “not anything or not a thing.”  Nothing is not .0001% of something, its 0% of something.  If the true definition of nothing existed before the big bang, then nothing would still exist now.  The scientific laws, space, energy, the big bang, and infinite universes are not nothing.

            Someone or something would’ve had to exist before the big bang for there to be something now.  If something did exist before the big bang, then something will exist now.  And 5 billion habitable planets do exist now.  The whole atheistic theory is based off of incorrectly using the word “nothing”.

            When atheists explain how our universe came from nothing they use phrases like, “space will pop into existence” or “energy will pop into existence”.  They always just assume that space, energy, scientific laws, and infinite universes existed eternally or can just pop into existence all by themselves.  Atheists claim that these are all considered to be nothing because they’re eternal.  But there’s no evidence that these requirements existed eternally.  And even if these requirements were eternal, that would not mean that they qualify as nothing.

            Besides, religious people already believe that God somehow created the universe from nothing.  But a preexisting God is considered to be “something” or the ultimate cause.  So that’s why atheists are so desperate to make up a theory that twists the definition of the word nothing.

            Atheists also have no explanation for why the big bang even happened in the first place.  It exploded with such an enormous amount of power.  But I’m sure there’s a scientific process to explain how it happened.  But it all couldn’t have happened by coincidence.  Every new scientific discovery just points to how complicated our existence is.

            The atheistic theory is based off of infinite coincidences and opinions.  They can’t explain why the space, energy, scientific laws, and infinite universes exist.  But the idea of an infinite Creator does.  The end result for both of these theories is the existence of life throughout our universe and throughout time.  Only an infinite Creator would have the motive for creating life so abundantly, not a mindless bunch of coincidences that just “pop” into existence.

            As one atheist was describing how our universe came from nothing.  He said that we shouldn’t ask why we exist, but how scientifically.  He claimed that “how” and “why” are the same questions.  But they’re not the same at all.  Any detective would agree that these are two separate questions.  When a detective investigates a murder, they ask how and why.  How is considered the cause of death.  And why is the motive for who caused it to happen.  Atheists constantly avoid the why question.

            Atheist scientists seem to think that the more they discover about the beginning of our universe, the more they can prove atheism.  But all they’re doing is showing how deeply complicated our existence is.  They make discoveries of how a scientific process happens, but they can never answer why that process happens resulting in life throughout our universe.

            And to make their atheistic theories work, there would have to be an infinite number of universes that eventually produce the correct laws of physics for life to exist.  Although atheists claim that most of these universes wouldn’t have the correct laws of physics for life to exist, only some would.  But if the atheistic theory requires an infinite amount of universes.  That would still leave us with an infinite amount of universes with the correct laws of physics for life to exist.

            So if infinite universes do exist, then there would be an infinite amount of life throughout the multiverse.  This would seem even more like a deliberate creation since there would be an infinite number of Earth-like planets with life.  Only an infinite Creator would have the motive to create an infinite amount of life.

            If there were only 1 trillion different universes in the multiverse, they would equal about 500,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 miles wide.  But why would all of this space even exist in the first place?  How can atheists claim that mindless space can be eternal but not an intelligent Creator?  And if space didn’t expand extremely fast as it does, life would not exist.  Atheists just label every scientific process as a coincidence.

            Even if scientists could prove that this universe came from nothing, they would still not be able to explain why.  An intelligent Creator would still be the most logical explanation.  The abundance of life throughout this universe is evidence that an intelligent Creator intended on life’s existence.

            Space has specific properties that support life.  If it is eternal without time, then that just explains how God lives in eternity where there is no time.

            Energy created from quantum fluctuations probably comes from other dimensions that already exist.  But all of the energy and matter ultimately came from the big bang, not nothing.

            There’s no evidence that the laws of physics are eternal.  They’re actually made of tiny particles.  The laws of physics were most likely created in the big bang.

            There’s no positive explanation for what caused the big bang yet and it can’t just be another coincidence.  It must be the result of some scientific laws, but where did those laws come from?  And why do they exist at all?

            If infinite universes do exist, they would all have the same laws of physics that we do.  But if they do have different laws of physics, then these infinite universes would still produce an infinite amount of life.  All of this seems like a deliberate creation by an intelligent being (God).

            Nothing is correctly defined as 0% of something.  The only reason that the atheistic theory sounds compelling to some is because atheists just twist the definition of the word “nothing”.  Space, energy, physical laws, infinite universes, and the big bang do not qualify as “nothing”.  The true definition of nothing doesn’t just “pop” into something for no reason at all.  Everything has a cause.

            The atheistic theory for our existence is 0% correct.  Atheism has no real answers to explain why we exist even though they claim to.  It’s just a state of denial and a blind faith in “nothing”.  All they do is twist the definition of the word nothing and play word games.

            When an atheist says that our universe came from nothing, they really mean that our universe came from everything.  They just misuse the word nothing to describe everything.


            Just skim through this list of “coincidental” scientific laws which atheists define as nothing:

            Newton’s laws of motion, Acceleration, Force, Mass, Velocity, Rotational motion, Linear momentum, Angular momentum, Angular velocity, Centripetal force, Conservation of momentum, Mach’s principal, Faraday’s law, Gauss’s law for electricity, Gauss’s law for magnetism, Lorentz force law, Coulomb’s law, Biot-Savart law, Kirchhoff's laws, Ampère’s circuital law, Coulomb’s law, Biot-Savart law, Brownian Motion, Casimir effect, Casuality principal, Charles’ law, Weidemann-Franz law, Faraday's law of induction, Joule heating, Lenz’s law, Ohm's law, Entropy, First law of thermodynamics, Second law of thermodynamics, Third law of thermodynamics, Zeroith law of thermodynamics, Heat transfer Thermodynamic cycle, Curry-Weiss law, Hooke’s law, Fermat's principle, Malus’s law, Stefan-Boltzmann law, Dulong–Petit law, Hess’s law, Raoult’s law, Henry’s law, Graham’s law, Fick’s laws of diffusion, Archie’s law, Birch’s law, Weak nuclear force, Strong nuclear force, nuclear fusion, nuclear fission, nuclear decay, Conservation of mass, Conservation of energy, Inverse square law, Fermat’s principal, Snell’s law, Consistency principal, Gravitational potential, General relativity, Newton’s law of universal gravitation, Einstein’s mass-energy equation, Equivalence principal, Coriolis pseudo force, Planck–Einstein law, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, Duality principle, Complimentary principal, Compton effect, Entanglement, Archimedes’ principal, and more.


            THE MULTIVERSE

            Discovering how our universe began will never explain why it began.  But we do know that these scientific processes result in life throughout this universe.

            Now atheists would argue that most of our universe is deadly for life.  That’s absolutely true.  Only .000000000005% of the stars in our universe can support life right now.  And some scientists have calculated that our universe will only be habitable for another 5 billion years.  That means that our universe is able to support life for a total of about 20 billion years.

            This estimate seems incorrect to begin with.  I doubt that every galaxy in the universe will fizzle out in 5 billion years.  There are billions of new galaxies and stars that are just now starting to form.  The Big Freeze theory predicts a lifespan of at least 1 trillion years.  And the Big Crunch and Big Bounce theories suggest a cycle of continuous expansions and contractions of our universe.  But I’ll just go with the smallest estimate of a 20 billion year habitable lifespan per universe.

            Atheists agree that there must be an infinite number of universes.  And these infinite universes are probably produced eternally.  It’s not proven, but many scientists agree that it’s likely to be true.  I also agree that infinite universes are very probable.

            Although each universe only supports life for 20 billion years, that’s still a long time.  And although there may be only 5,000,000,000 habitable planets per universe at one time.  That still amounts to an estimated 100,000,000,000 habitable planets for the complete lifespan of one universe.  And atheists claim that there’s an infinite number of these universes being created.

            Although atheists believe that only a small percentage of these universes would have the correct scientific laws to support life.  But that would still leave an infinite number of Earth-like planets in the multiverse.   Infinity X .000000000005% = infinity.

            Besides, it’s far more logical to assume that the scientific laws for each universe are all the same throughout the multiverse.  Each of the 4 main Laws of Physics have mathematical equations and consistent behavior.  Scientists think that they all split from one force particle during the big bang.  That means that these 4 mathematical equations split from one ultimate math equation.  But then that one force particle would split consistently in the same mathematical way every single time!

            If the laws of physics behave consistently now, then they would split from one force consistently in every universe.  The big bang is the result of unknown laws.  So these unknown laws would behave consistently with every big bang in the multiverse.

            It’s unscientific to assume that the multiverse would have different laws per universe.  That’s like saying that the laws which caused the big bang sometimes behave inconsistently.  But no scientific laws have ever been observed to behave inconsistently.  There is no scientific evidence at all to suggest that the laws of physics would ever split differently in multiple universes.  The evidence actually suggests that they would all split consistently.  The laws of physics would most likely be the same for every universe.  This means that life exists in all of the universes throughout the multiverse (if one exists).

            When scientists make nuclear fission by splitting a Uranium atom, it splits the same way every single time.  The scientists give Uranium 235 an extra proton.  Then it turns into an unstable Uranium 236 and splits on its own afterwards.  But the Uranium 236 always splits into Krypton 92 and Barium 141 every single time.  This example shows that the laws of physics would split from one force particle into the same laws that we have for every single universe.

            When Albert Einstein first discovered his theory of General Relativity it showed that our universe was expanding.  But he was so attached to the idea of a still universe that he changed his equations to get the answer that he wanted.  He later regretted trying to change his equations so that it would agree with his opinion.  Einstein later accepted the truth of an expanding universe.

            This is what atheist scientists are doing today.  They take the laws of physics and change the math equations on a piece of paper to agree with their opinion of different laws of physics for different universes.  But the 4 main forces would split consistently in the same way in every universe.  Someone changing math equations on paper does not change the way the forces would consistently split.  So if multiple universes do exist, then these laws of physics should always split to be the same as ours.  So if there are infinite universes, then every universe will support life.

            The point is, life could be infinitely being created in a multiverse and this could’ve been happening for eternity.  Life in this universe cannot be a fluke of nature.  Instead, many universes forming with life are possibly a regular occurrence.  They’ve likely been forming for eternity and will continue to.

            A Creator would be the only logical explanation as to why a multiverse would exist.  And this Creator wouldn’t see how life is so rare in our universe.  He would see the big picture that life exists in every universe.  God wouldn’t be concerned with how many stars don’t support life.  He would see that an infinite number of universes each support 100,000,000,000 habitable planets.

            Atheists have such negative attitudes that they only see how most of our universe is deadly to life.  But look at both sides of the story.  The big picture shows an infinite amount of life being created for eternity.  And this is all according to the atheistic theory of an infinite amount of universes.

            Atheists agree that, “The probability of life with a multiverse is: Anything that can happen will happen an infinite number of times.”  So we know that life can exist, so it must arise an infinite number of times.  That explains why our big bang happened when it did as just one of many universes.

            Look at the big picture of the entire multiverse and the eternal amount of time.  Life has eternally been forming in an infinite number of universes.  Even if only a small percentage of them could support life, the total amount being produced is still infinite.

            I believe that an intelligent Creator is responsible for this and atheists believe that it just “popped” into existence from nothing and because of nothing.  What detective would rule this case to be a coincidence?  A detective investigates a crime by asking how it happened.  Then they would also ask the questions why and who.  The reason why this happens has to be the intentional creation of life since it’s a regular occurrence.  The answer to who is responsible has to be an eternal intelligent being.  Only an intelligent being would have motive to create intelligent life.  A bunch of nothing has no motive to “pop” into something an infinite number of times.

            Atheists seem to believe in the “god” of empty space.  They believe that empty space is the highest power in the multiverse.  According to them, empty space is at the top of the food chain and that alone is responsible for our existence.  And they claim that there can be no intelligence.  It seems more logical that an intelligent being is responsible for creating the space, energy, scientific laws, big bang, and multiverse.  God is behind the space just as a scientist stands back and observes His experiment.

            And even if NO life existed on any universe in the entire multiverse.  It would still seem like a creation by an intelligent being.  A universe has too much matter and energy to just randomly “pop” into existence.

            But that point doesn’t even matter since 100,000,000,000 habitable planets will exist in the only known universe.  And atheists are the one’s claiming that a multiverse exists and I simply agree with them.  There are many solar systems, many galaxies, and probably many universes.  The big bang couldn’t have been one-time occurrence.  It’s probably a regular event that keeps happening.  Otherwise why would the big bang have happened 14 billion years ago?  “Anything that can happen will happen an infinite number of times.”  An intelligent being has to be responsible for creating these multiple universes with life.  And it appears that He’s been doing it for eternity.



            There’s a particle that might be verified soon at the Large Hadron Collider.  It’s called the glue ball particle (gluon).  Scientists think they caught a glimpse of this particle but haven’t confirmed it definitely.  This particle is very important in disproving the atheistic theory.  The glue ball particle is believed to be responsible for the nuclear force that holds atoms together.  And the nuclear force is one of the four main laws of physics.

            So the atheistic theory teaches that the laws of physics existed eternally and caused our universe to exist.  But if the glue ball particle is proven, that would mean that the nuclear force law is actually made of a tiny particle and could not have existed eternally.

            That strongly suggests that the laws of physics cannot be eternal which atheists currently teach to explain our existence.  Keep your ears open in case the glue ball particle gets confirmed as being responsible for the nuclear force.

            All energy and matter decay over time.  This means that matter cannot be eternal.  So if the gluon is confirmed as a particle, it cannot be eternal.  And dark matter is thought to be the gravitational particle, the photon is considered to be the electromagnetic force, and the W & Z bosons are considered to be the weak nuclear force.

            If any of these are discovered to be solid particles, they cannot be eternal.  These particles that make up the 4 main laws of physics were most likely created during the big bang.


            WHAT’S GOING ON HERE?

            Atheists always explain that the scientific laws and processes are natural.  But where did these natural laws come from?  Life is not as simple as some people think.  There are so many requirements to be met and complex processes.  The more complexities in science that we discover, the more it seems like an intelligent design.

            Our universe has tons of habitable planets that can support life.  But how long has this been going on?  Are we really the first and only universe?  How much life will this universe really produce?  Think like a detective and ask yourself: What is really going on here?  It seems like someone deliberately created a universe full of life.  I doubt that a detective would conclude all of this to be a random coincidence.

            Is the universe trying to make life on its own?  Does it have a will of its own to cause the big bang, the laws of physics, matter, and a perfect vacuum of space-time?  And did all of this just randomly happen without any purpose?  It’s more likely to have an infinite intelligent Creator than an infinite mindless universe.

            Just ask an atheist where our universe came from.  They’ll answer saying, “The big bang.”  But that’s not a complete answer.  That’s their way of avoiding the question.  Atheists who choose to believe in “nothing” are looking for any opinion they prefer instead of what all of the facts are really pointing to.

            Ask an atheist what actually caused the big bang?  They’ll say that they don’t know for sure what caused it.  So then how can they know for sure that there is no God?  Anyone who doesn’t know for sure what caused the big bang is in no position to claim that God does not exist.

            Imagine for a moment that there is a God.  Do you think that He would have to be extremely intelligent to have designed all of this?  Obviously yes.  So then how can anyone believe that a brainless “nothing” is responsible instead?  That makes no sense.

            Atheists always accuse religious people of giving God the credit for something they don’t understand.  But atheists just give “nothing” the credit for what they don’t understand.

            The evidence of abundant life and complex processes by which life forms is clearly not a random coincidence.  Scientifically speaking, it seems more likely for a living Creator to make a universe full of life than a mindless universe to create itself and an abundance of life.  Keep in mind that I’m not using a religious perspective, I’m using a scientific perspective.



            Atheists say that space is eternal and I agree that this is possibly true.  But how can atheists confidently claim that there’s an eternal multiverse, but an eternal Creator with intelligence is just not possible in their opinion.  How can one be possible but not the other?

            A Creator or God to atheists is not possible though they claim that a mindless multiverse could’ve always magically existed.  That sounds as if anything is possible, oh, but just not a Creator that must be impossible.  The atheistic explanation is based purely on bias opinions, not science.

            Science teaches a law that for every action there’s a reaction (cause and effect).  But when it comes to the cause for our universe, then atheist just throw that law in the garbage.  So they claim to believe in science, but when science shows evidence for a Creator then they get to decide that this law no longer applies.  That’s clearly a state of denial.  How can anyone ever trust what an atheist says with that attitude?

            Atheists have closed minds to other options all because they “know” they’re right.  How can they be so confident that something doesn’t exist when mankind has never even left our own solar system?  Their theories explain nothing regarding life’s existence.  In fact the only theory they have is that “something came from nothing because of nothing.”

            Every time I hear an atheist trying to explain our existence, all they do is use synonyms of the word coincidence like: “random”, “chance”, “fluke of nature”, “luck”, “accident”, “it’s just science”, “the chemicals just happened to exist”, and so on.  But they’re not talking about science at all.  They’re playing word games and making excuses for the overwhelming amount of events that resulted in life throughout this universe and throughout time.

            Atheists always explain one scientific topic at a time that is a proven fact.  Then they add a sentence of opinion that follows afterwards.  They just mix scientific facts with their own opinions to make atheism sound valid.  Every argument they make is just a deceptive way of twisting facts.  Atheists treat every single scientific process for life’s existence as if they’re all just random coincidences.

            They claim that everything came from nothing by nothing happening.  That just goes to show how atheists really have “nothing” to explain our existence.  The number of random coincidences for life’s existence are innumerable and they know it.  That’s why they just pick one scientific topic at a time to talk about.

            To properly answer the question of our existence you have to look at the big picture of every requirement involved in our existence.  If an atheists says that our existence is just a coincidence.  Then the number of coincidences have to be counted and then compared to see if there’s a connection.  The number is immeasurable and almost every coincidence is connected.  The atheistic opinion just doesn’t hold up to science or the definition of coincidence.  It seems that all of this must be someone’s deliberate creation.

            Just because we don’t see a God when we look in the sky doesn’t mean anything.  If a Creator exists, then wouldn’t it make sense to assume that He is much larger than his own creation?  It’s possible that He holds the whole universe (or multiverse) in his hands.

            Atheists always claim that, “God hasn’t been proven, so He’s not real.”  But then atheism also isn’t proven, so atheism isn’t true.  This argument is just their way of changing the subject.

            Besides, how could we possibly capture this Creator when we can’t even leave our own solar system?  And it makes no sense to claim that a Creator doesn’t exist just because we can’t prove it.  We shouldn’t be expected to capture God to prove that He exists.

            Atheists believe that the empty space outside of our universe is eternal.  So that could explain how God is in a place where there is no time.  Plus our universe had a point of beginning and needs an explanation for what caused it.  God does not.  Since God created time inside of this universe, cause and effect would not apply to His existence.

            A God must have created all of this deliberately.  That’s the most logical explanation from a scientific perspective.  An intelligent being must’ve created the scientific laws like gravity, electromagnetism, nuclear forces, atom combinations, chemical reactions, hot and cold reactions, time, the biological laws for DNA, and so much more.

            Our existence is no coincidence.  It’s completely unscientific when atheists claim that life on Earth is just a fluke of nature or a random coincidence.  Their use of the word “coincidence” is just a way of avoiding the facts.  You’re probably tired of reading the word “coincidence” by now.  Well I’m tired of hearing every atheistic explanation for our existence.  That’s all they do is use synonyms of the word coincidence.  Every single scientific law and process cannot just be explained as a coincidence.  I’m not challenging Religion vs Atheism.  I’m challenging Atheism vs Science.