Almighty, the Universe
American Journal of Physics and Applications
Volume 1, Issue 3, November 2013, Pages: 99-103
Received: Nov. 18, 2013;
Published: Dec. 20, 2013
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IMH Muhammad Akil, Provincial Government Service, Haryana, Chandigarh, India
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The beginning and end; size, shape and centre of the Universe; who created it are some of the most basic riddles pertaining to the Universe which are still unanswered. Also, the quest for most basic particle which is the basis of the Universe is still unquenched. The author has researched these riddles in detail and has postulated seven laws governing the functioning of the Universe. The laws are the Universe can neither be created nor destroyed; the Universe exists since infinite time and will exist till infinite time; the Universe has an infinite size; the Universe is in a state of dynamic equilibrium; all the activities in the Universe are uncertain but within certain certainty limits; every constituent of the Universe is unique; every constituent of the Universe has a unique dimension known as life dimension. There could be innumerable number of visible and invisible species living in various parts of the Universe, all of them passing through the cyclical life spans and doing their bit for maintaining the dynamic equilibrium. Constituents with temporarily shorter life spans appear alive to us while those with relatively longer ones appear inert, though all have life and are made up of live smaller constituents. The Universe is continuously changing, rearranging and evolving itself. Depending upon the relative intensity of the physical, non-physical and the need forces the Universe continuously rearranges itself so that a dynamic equilibrium is always maintained. In short, whatever is needed by a constituent for the most efficient functioning of the Universe is being provided by the Universe to it at the most suitable point of time. It has been concluded that the Universe is God and the God is Universe. Both are exactly one and the same. Only the names are different. It is the entirety of the Universe including the mass, energy, forces and the collective life in Its constituents which we perceive as the God Almighty. He is indivisible, uncuttable, un-replicable, un-replaceable, un-create able, un-destroyable and unique. He is only one, whom we address by different names in different parts of our very small planet. He is the Creator of Himself embodying the life in the collective form who by Himself sitting on the driver's seat manages His affairs in the best possible and the most efficient manner.
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IMH Muhammad Akil,
Almighty, the Universe, American Journal of Physics and Applications.
Vol. 1, No. 3,
2013, pp. 99-103.
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