DOES LIFE TRAVEL IN OUR UNIVERSE ONLY IN ITS SUIMPLEST FORM?

DOES LIFE TRAVEL IN OUR UNIVERSE ONLY IN ITS SIMPLEST FORM?

BY SUHAIL JALBOUT

Humans are multi-cellular organisms. If we go back in time, we will find out that this is only a phase of our development. We were all formed from a single-cell micro-organism immediately after the fertilization of our mother’s egg-cell. However, for us to have a child, we will have to go back to the simplest form possible, meaning another single egg-cell micro-organism.

How does this relate to our universe?

One of the oldest cosmological theories written in the Hindu Text Rigveda between 1500-1200 BCE that describes the origin of our universe is the Brahmanda or “Cosmic Egg” universe. The “Cosmic Egg” expanded from a single concentrated point, called a Bindu (B), to contain everything that exists in our universe.

Similarly, the most prevailing cosmological theory at the present time, after 3,500 years from the “Cosmic Egg”, is the Big Bang (BB) theory. This theory suggests that our universe was inside a Big Bang Black Hole torn apart into its smallest subatomic components and was squeezed into a singularity. Our universe was formed when the singularity expanded or exploded or evaporated. Consequently, to form another universe, we must go back in time to the simplest form possible, meaning another singularity, or to a single concentrated point.

What I mean by going back in time is going back to the origin. Clocks always move forward and our time started immediately after the Big Bang. As a result, man divided time into years, days, hours, minutes and seconds to organize his life on our planet and to sequence and compare events. It seems a second is a long time and can be sub-divided into its most minimum possible value by writing:

Minimum Possible Time = 1 / 10^infinity seconds or

MPT = 0.000…000…000…01 seconds

The MPT is so minute that it is way below the human electrochemical brain activity. Since The human brain can only recognize actions within 200 milliseconds, this implies that the present time does not exist while the future time and the past time happen at almost the same fraction of a second. Our universe started from zero time and advanced 13.8 billion years in the future meaning 13.8 billion years in the past.

Therefore, time moves into the future followed immediately by the past time. In other words, we can postulate the following from a reference point:

PAST TIME IS EQUAL TO FORWARD TIME

Consequently, to produce similar forms to what already exists, we must go back in time to its simplest form. From the forgoing, life has a forward and a past time. It existed on our planet as a single-cell about 3.8 billion years ago and then it evolved into complex organisms. So, to have similar life forms in our universe, we must go back in time to its simplest form. This probably implies that life can travel in our universe only in its simplest possible form.

If we assume that the above analysis is correct, then single-cells must have existed in frozen states on comets, “wet” asteroids, “wet” meteorites, chunks of ice, and water-ice rings for millions of years in the universe. When they fall onto planets that can support life (in their own solar system or on earth-like exoplanets due to the explosion of planetary stars) they multiply and develop into multi-organisms. The new life will be bound within the boundaries of the planet’s solar system and cannot travel into our universe (reminds us of the event horizon of black holes). This means we can only communicate with other intelligent life in the universe by means of electromagnetic waves and/or modulated laser beams but we cannot meet physically. As a result, galactic travel is only open for AI robots.
 

NewLeb

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One of the oldest cosmological theories written in the Hindu Text Rigveda between 1500-1200 BCE that describes the origin of our universe is the Brahmanda or “Cosmic Egg” universe. The “Cosmic Egg” expanded from a single concentrated point, called a Bindu (B), to contain everything that exists in our universe.

Similarly, the most prevailing cosmological theory at the present time, after 3,500 years from the “Cosmic Egg”, is the Big Bang (BB) theory. This theory suggests that our universe was inside a Big Bang Black Hole torn apart into its smallest subatomic components and was squeezed into a singularity. Our universe was formed when the singularity expanded or exploded or evaporated. Consequently, to form another universe, we must go back in time to the simplest form possible, meaning another singularity, or to a single concentrated point.

The singularity and the ever-expanding universe (that which we observe today) cannot be the same thing. You cannot possibly have two distinctive eternal objects that essentially form everything.

Since energy is eternal (it cannot be created or destroyed), then the singularity would have remained in the eternal state that which it was always in “before” it started to expand/explode. That’s what eternal means.
 
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