What kind of “being” is the universe?Modern scientist: The Universe doesn’t need a creator

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Have you ever wondered “Why does the universe exist?”There are two general answers.One answer is “the universe exists because the Creator created it.”An alternative answer is “there is no reason for the universe to exist – it is a fact that it exists.”Our universe may have popped up 13.7 billion years ago without any help from a creator, according to space researchers in Santa Clara, California.Alex Filippenko, an astrophysicist at the University of California, has said, “The Big Bang happened because of the laws of physics, which we should believe.””God did not create the universe.”So says Stephen Hawking, arguably Britain’s most famous scientist, in a book ever published.The British physicist’s book the Grand Design, co-written with Leonard Mlodinow of Caltech, was published in September 2010.The book has drawn the ire of some believers who believe it denies the existence of God, based on scientific evidence.The Great Design says physics can now explain where the universe came from and why natural laws are as we see them.The universe came into being “out of nothing” because of gravity.The laws of nature, on the other hand, are happenings in a particular part of the universe that we happen to inhabit.We can answer any question about the origin of the universe in science without “calling on” the creator.This adaptation of the book, “The Grand Design,” was published in Scientific American in October 2010.In addition, an excerpt from The Grand Design, published later in The Times, aimed to refute Newton’s idea that the universe must have been designed by a Creator.Hawking has long been a fan of the Big Bang theory.The Big Bang theory is the leading explanation for the origin of the universe.Put simply, it says that the universe as we know it began as an infinitely hot, dense single point.And then for the next 13.7 billion years, it keeps expanding.All the matter, energy and empty Spaces in the universe were created from this speck of dust.All of this primordial matter would have evolved, or followed a rigorous set of scientific laws, into the universe we see today.With the universe running on a scientifically guided autopilot, the idea that the universe was created by a creator faded from view.In quantum research, subatomic particles such as protons and electrons appear out of nowhere, hang around for a while, and then disappear into completely different locations.Because the universe was once the size of a subatomic particle, Hawking writes, the behavior of the universe during the Big Bang appears to have been similar to that of subatomic particles.Of course, some might argue that Creator created proton-sized singularities and then flipped a quantum mechanical switch to let them explode.But actually, science has an explanation.Modern physics has left no place for a creator in creating the universe, Stephen Hawking has concluded.The multiverse idea is supported by inflation theory.According to inflation theory, the early universe expanded exponentially and rapidly for a fraction of a second after the Big Bang.Cosmologists proposed the idea in 1981 to solve several important problems in cosmology.A simple model of cosmic inflation is to think of it as the expansion of a balloon.Any point on the balloon, corresponding to a person on Earth, might think it’s at the center of the expansion, because all the neighboring points are getting further away.Let’s assume that a message is written on the surface of the balloon in very small letters before it is inflated.The balloon will get bigger after we inflate it.That means the expansion acts like a microscope, magnifying what was written on the original balloon.In a similar way, we can observe the quantum fluctuations generated during the initial stage of expansion.At the beginning of the expansion, the expansion of the universe acts like a giant microscope, magnifying the quantum fluctuations to the distance of the universe, which is less than 10-28 centimeters.This has left its mark in the cosmic microwave background radiation and in the distribution of galaxies.Using classical physics, the evolution of the expanding universe is uniform.Every point in space evolves in exactly the same way.However, quantum physics introduces some uncertainty in the initial conditions at different points in space.These changes are like the seeds of structure.After the period of expansion, when the expansion is amplified, the density of matter varies slightly with the position of the universe.Gravity causes the denser regions to start shrinking, leading to the formation of galaxies.Today, when we look at the universe, we see that it is full of galaxies, stars, planets, and heavy elements.There is intelligent, technologically advanced life in at least one place (Earth) as a result of the evolution of the universe.