A Commentary on Existence, by Glyn Jones
© Copyright 2009 Glyn A. JonesEdited by Frater PyramidatusIn the beginning it is believed two forces of equal yet individual size collided, matter andantimatter. This theory is commonly called ‘The Big Bang’. It is also widely known thatin the cold recesses of space we have a vacuum, effectively, rendering any potentialsound obsolete. A rational proposition would be to suggest that the start of the universewas a silent affair because of this vacuum.Let’s consider there was an initial sound that ran parallel to the Big Bang. If the universeis infinite then I propose that the sound first caused would have been on a tremendouslyfurious scale. The sound vibrations and pitch would have possibly devastated or destroyed any stars or planets that would have been initially created.The universe is believed to be infinite because it is continually expanding. The further away a galaxy is the faster it is moving. If the Big Bang is still in effect then I suggestthat more galactic phenomena such as stars, planets, quasars and black holes etc. are still being created beyond the reaches of humanity’s most powerful telescopes. If this is thecase then I think there is a destruction trail at play in the universe. We know that all starseventually burn out of fuel. So to deduce further, depending on time parameters, theremaybe a trail of dead stars that one day may catch up with our own sun. Without theabundant light the sun provides events would kill off the forestry on earth which needslight to accumulate and provide oxygen. This is obviously needed in order to sustain thegrowth and development of life on planet Earth, and other worlds probably.If the universe is not creating any new stars or planets etc. in its expansion, then what’snext? All stars eventually deplete their fuel, which may render most if not all elements tocease on every planet feeding from its allocated star. The evolution of life may die out aslife cannot sustain itself without such elements. The universe would devolve into deadspace, void of life anywhere throughout any of the galaxies. Eternal darkness wouldencapsulate and reign forever.
Einstein raised the probability of equal and exact opposites. The beginning of theuniverse's contrast is action and reaction of duality, embraced into single unity. We candeduce this to be matter and antimatter reacting. Action could also be viewed as asubstance whether it represents a solid form, or is freed up from a physical compound. So by this rationale we can ascertain reaction is antimatter. My theory suggests thatantimatter destroys all things over time whether living creations or inanimate objects.The majority of matter supports itself until antimatter eventually corrupts it. Whether it