Fingerprints Of God - The Design Of Creation - Dark Matter, Black Holes & Fractal Evolution

2016 March 11
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Waleed Higgins
Fingerprints Of God - The Design Of Creation - Dark Matter, Black Holes & Fractal Evolution

In the beginning all matter was compressed into a single point of infinite density, a singularity, which fractured and inflated to cosmic proportions bringing space, time and plasma into existence some 13.8 billion years ago. Within this act of creation was encoded several physical constants (such as gravity, electromagnetism and the conversion rate of hydrogen into helium) all finely adjusted 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, helium and trace amounts of lithium formed in the heat of the early dark age and the new elements came together within the gravitational scaffolding of dark matter churning and growing into huge balls of gas. High temperatures in the dense cores of these protostars initiated thermonuclear reactions and atomic nuclei fused into heavier elements such as carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and iron. 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." Massive stellar furnaces ran through their life cycles quickly, filling the universe with light, before dying in supernova explosions. These cosmic events released huge amounts of heat energy - temperatures of 100 million degrees or more - high enough to fuse atomic nuclei into heavier elements such as gold and silver. After ejecting their outer envelopes to seed interstellar space with heavy elements the dying giants collapsed into black holes - tears in the fabric of the cosmos where space-time is warped to infinity - merging and growing into supermassive gravity wells around which stars began to form. A vast cloud of galactic clusters, superclusters and watersheds grew along the expanding branches and strands of dark matter. The heavy elements joined by electrostatic forces forming dust, rocks, moons and planets around a new generation of countless 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 tidal pools of the primordial sea, elements formed into double helix strands of DNA encoding genetic instructions for building 20 piece amino acid protein chains; while other elements formed into strands of RNA and amino acid enzyme chains - which, translated by the RNA, catalysed the DNA within a cellular membrane - and the protoplasm of the first microorganism came to life, replicated and swarmed. This biomass of unicellular cyanobacteria photosynthesised water molecules, feeding on the hydrogen and expelling oxygen. Two billion years later - with atmospheric O2 levels of over 20 per cent established - mitochondrial cells formed and came together in symbiotic relationships bringing complex multi-cellular male and female organisms to life. This second generation of lifeforms reproduced, spread and evolved into new species while the continents drifted and collided through glacial, interglacial and mass extinction events. Out of this incredible complexity awoke human consciousness - carried, accompanied and fed by the modern plant and animal kingdoms. The world is a temporary experience, the first stage of human existence where some are given a choice: the light of faith and the path to God; or the darkness of materialism and the blind pursuit of worldly pleasures. 18:45 AND PROPOUND unto them the parable of the life of this world: [it is] like the water which We send down from the skies, and which is absorbed by the plants of the earth: but [in time] they turn into dry stubble which the winds blow freely about. And it is God [alone] who determines all things. 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...