Do scientific theories like the inflationary theory explain the origin of the universe?

by Chaitanya CharanJuly 28, 2012

Scientists come up with various theories for the origin of the universe: the Big Bang Theory, the super-string theory, the inflationary universe theory. Do these theories actually explain the origin of the universe? How can we understand that these theories are inadequate?

To hear the answer

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  • Bob Green
    July 29, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    I find the book “The Origin of the Universe – Case Closed” to be compelling. It has easy to follow math in the Appendix to back up its claims. It is hard to argue with math! It’s easy to follow with many pictures.

    • Chaitanya Charan das
      July 31, 2012 at 10:48 am

      I scanned through the book. It is a sophisticated example of the same smokescreen strategy that i have referred to in my answer:
      1. It redefines nothing so that it is something, as “uncaused natural state” which conveniently is latent with the potential to manifest everything. That obviously is not nothing.
      2. To say that “it is hard to argue with maths” is to admit that nothing was an arena for the action of maths – and so was not nothing.

  • Mayur G
    August 26, 2012 at 1:38 am

    Haribol Prabhuji!
    Thank you for your answer. Better to concentrate on improving chanting and devotional activities…. the new theories shall keep coming (as you said).

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