Fingerprints Of God - Black Holes, Dark Matter & Fractal Space
Somewhere within the misty span of eternity a singularity, that is, a point so infinitesimally compact as to have no dimensions at all, suddenly inflated to cosmic proportions bringing space, time and a plasma cloud of hydrogen into existence some 13.8 billion years ago. Within creation was encoded several physical constants (such as the rate of conversion of hydrogen into helium, the strength of gravity and the force electromagnetism) all perfectly fine-tuned for the formation of stars, galaxies, planets and water-based life. 21:30 ARE, THEN, they who are bent on denying the truth not aware that the heavens and the earth were [once] one single entity, which We then parted asunder? - and [that] We made out of water every living thing? Will they not, then, [begin to] believe? Hydrogen converted to helium in the heat of the early dark age and the two elements came together within the gravitational scaffolding of "dark matter" forming huge fusion reactors - and the darkness filled with light. 41:11 And He [it is who] applied His design to the skies, which were [yet but] smoke; and He [it is who] said to them and to the earth, "Come [into being], both of you, willingly or unwillingly!" - to which both responded, "We do come in obedience." The early giants ran through their life cycles quickly before collapsing and dying in massive supernova explosions. These cosmic events liberated huge amounts of heat energy - about 100 million degrees - enough to generate heavier elements such as carbon, nitrogen and oxygen in a process known as nucleosynthesis. The dying stars then collapsed into singularities and merged and grew into supermassive "black holes" - around which great clouds of stars gathered. This vast ocean of galaxies began to aggregate into clusters, superclusters and watersheds along the universal branches and strands of dark matter. The heavier elements joined by electrostatic forces forming dust, rocks, moons and planets around a smaller, more stable generation of galactic stars. 79:27 [O MEN!] Are you more difficult to create than the heaven which He has built? (28) High has He reared its vault and formed it in accordance with what it was meant to be; (29) and He has made dark its night and brought forth its light of day. 79:30 And after that, the earth: wide has He spread its expanse, (31) and has caused its waters to come out of it, and its pastures, (32) and has made the mountains firm: (33) [all this] as a means of livelihood for you and your animals. Some four billion years ago, in the high tidal pools of the raging primordial sea, elements formed into amino-acids, proteins, strands of DNA and the protoplasm of water-based life. This vast biomass of single-celled organisms did little more than eat, excrete and reproduce for two billion years as they slowly terraformed the earth's atmosphere. Once high oxygen levels had been established cells began to form symbiotic relationships and complex multi-cellular organisms developed for another billion years. Generation after generation gave birth to ever greater complexity as the continents drifted and collided through glacial, interglacial and mass extinction events. Out of this incredible complexity arose human consciousness and the modern plant and animal kingdoms that support it... The world is a short term experience, a temporary fractal construct existing between the second and third dimensions where the iterating equation z = z^2 + c produces two possible states of existence: growth out to infinity or decay into zero. 57:20 Its parable is that of [life-giving] rain: the herbage which it causes to grow delights the tillers of the soil; but then it withers, and thou canst see it turn yellow; and in the end it crumbles into dust. But [the abiding truth of man's condition will become fully apparent] in the life to come: [either] suffering severe, or God's forgiveness and His goodly acceptance: for the life of this world is nothing but an enjoyment of self-delusion. 51:47 AND IT IS We who have built the universe with [Our creative] power; and, verily, it is We who are steadily expanding it. 20:105 AND THEY WILL ask thee about [what will happen to] the mountains [when this world comes to an end]. Say, then: "My Sustainer will scatter them far and wide, (106) and leave the earth level and bare, (107) [so that] thou wilt see no curve thereon, and no ruggedness." 82:1 WHEN THE SKY is cleft asunder, (2) and when the stars are scattered, (3) and when the seas burst beyond their bounds, (4) and when the graves are overturned... 21:104 On that Day We shall roll up the skies as written scrolls are rolled up; [and] as We brought into being the first creation, so We shall bring it forth anew - a promise which We have willed upon Ourselves: for, behold, We are able to do [all things].