“How did the universe could be born out of nothing?” - There’s a simple answer: in fact our universe so far and there is “nothing.” Physicists have proven the futility of God

A team of scientists has found that for the emergence of our universe did not require divine intervention.

Question creation of the universe is the most important for any religion, he is worried for centuries philosophers and scientists. However, a group of Canadian physicists said that finally solved the riddle.

Their findings are so convincing that cast doubt on the basis of all religions of the world - the existence of an omnipotent creator.

Scientists have long known that microscopic particles called virtual continuously arise from absolute “nothing” and disappear in a very short experimentally observable intervals.

But scientists led by Dr. Mir Faisal from the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Waterloo, Canada successfully applied the theory of the particles to the very creation of the universe. Reported Express.

“Virtual particles contain a very small amount of energy, and there is a very short period of time. However, it is an example of these particles can be explained by the emergence of large universes” - said Faisal.

The scientist developed his theory based on two recently published hypothesis that the infinitely small amount of space and time cease to exist, and the use of large amounts of energy available only after the birth of the universe.

Faisal with a group of colleagues called their findings “theory of inflation.” According to her, the tiny energy and the life expectancy of a virtual particle is infinitely increased, with the result that there was a universe age of 13.8 billion years.

According to the scientist, it is not necessary to seek complexity where none exist. To the question: “How did the universe could be born out of nothing?” - There’s a simple answer: in fact our universe so far and there is “nothing.”

“In terms of the absolute values ​​of the universe is still nothing,” - said the physicist, adding that the negative gravitational energy of the universe and the positive energy of the universe basically balanced, and the sum of these energies is zero.

Asked about the need for the emergence of the universe figure of God, the scientist said that God as an external supernatural power that violates the laws of physics, it is absolutely not necessary. As it is not necessary for the emergence of virtual particles.

“If you are referring to God as the great mathematician, then maybe yes,” - said Faisal. The professor explained that the energy in the universe is absolutely balanced and the universe itself can be equally regarded as an absolute “nothing” as the sum of all the energy in it is equal to zero, or take it increased again in an infinite number of virtual particles.

Professor Mir, who is also working on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland, also explained that by “nothing” he was referring to a lack of energy, not the absence of laws of physics.

16 October 2015

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