The theory of Origination and Termination Karan Bhasin Puneet Arora

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Published: November 22nd 2015

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The theory of Origination and Termination  by  Karan Bhasin Puneet Arora

The theory of Origination and Termination by Karan Bhasin Puneet Arora
November 22nd 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 34 pages | ISBN: | 7.49 Mb

This is for everyone who has ever wondered, how we came into existence. For the spiritual, the philosophical, for the physicist, mathematician and anyone, who wants to know about our “Theory of Origination and Termination”This book is written withMoreThis is for everyone who has ever wondered, how we came into existence.

For the spiritual, the philosophical, for the physicist, mathematician and anyone, who wants to know about our “Theory of Origination and Termination”This book is written with an aim to provide a mathematical insight into the first act of creation. The first act of creation and the following acts of simultaneous creation and destruction is what has led to what we today live in. These acts have created or shaped up not just the world around us but also the universe.

This theory uses a lot of strong theoretical assumptions. I am trying to explore and provide for an equation that creates something from nothing, that is the first act of creation.The first act of creation, as I would like to define is the situation wherein the world, or universe originated.

Many people believe that world we live in was created from nothing. So what was created was something, which came from nothing. The idea seems logical and consistent with most theories.Philosophers have tried to explore this idea further and to build on several complicated theories to prove or validate their ideas. The idea that there was a first act of creation is very significant as it tells us that there is a possibility of a creator.This creator may be an event, a series of events or situations or even divinity.

One cannot possibly state or provide a tangible shape to this creator that man can easily identify with. Perhaps the first important thing would be to prove that there was such an act of creation or the possibility of such an act.I am exploring the possibility of such an act and I do not claim that such an act exists. It may exist or it may not exist, as is with most scientific theories. What is more important is to understand whether it is possible that such an act did exist and if it did, is it possible to prove it?It is important to understand that I am not trying to provide for a case for existence of a creator.

I am merely trying to prove that something could be created from nothing. Now what are the reasons for such an event needs to be analyzed by others. I am not interested in the events that made such a thing possible. My interests lie in the fact that it is, indeed possible that such a thing may have occurred. How is a question that others will have to explore.The approach that I am going to use is going to involve a little bit of mathematics. As is with any proof, mathematics is the (not the popular) tool that gets the job done.The first act of creation means that after a point in time, from nothing, there was a creation of something.

The nature of something can be argued to be anything as per our imagination. It is not important so as to what was created. What is important is that something was created.Something was created from nothing.But what do we mean by something? Is it just anything? And what do we mean by nothing? What exactly is nothing?If something is created then how long is it likely to remain that way? Will it change, evolve or be destroyed? If it is destroyed, then what happens?These are a few aspects that we will look at separately and then develop a formal mathematical argument to find whether it is possible that something can be created from nothing.The important thing is that something was created, from nothing, but what’s even better is to know that it will eventually be turned into nothing.



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