(Perhaps the most important and astounding scientific discovery in human history.)
There was a time when
science seemed to be the enemy of religious belief – that time is no more! Modern physics and cosmology (science of
the origin and development of the universe) now provide firm objective evidence of the existence of God, confirm the primary
attributes of God, and show how God created the physical existence out of ‘nothingness’. This knowledge comes
from a critical analysis of the ‘Big Bang’ theory, Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity, and work being
done in quantum physics. The concepts behind this esoteric scientific knowledge can now be presented in such a way as to be
understood by any person with a modern education.
1. We now know according to the most widely accepted theories of
cosmology that the physical universe we see today was created out of nothingness (meaning – no time, no space, and no
2. We also know that the beginning of the creation of the universe took place by light coming into existence
at a singularity (a point with no dimension).
3. We know that the matter of the physical universe was brought into
being by photons (little packages of light energy) which, when colliding with each other, formed the virtually infinite number
of protons, neutrons and electrons, which in various combinations make up everything in our physical world.
essence we can now accurately say that all the matter of the physical universe, ourselves included, is actually light slowed
5. We know that the space which contains our physical universe is expanding. This is a concept so alien to human
thought that until Albert Einstein developed his General Theory of Relativity early in the 20th century it had never occurred
to any of the world’s great minds, but was stated in the Qur’an over 1400 years ago when Allah told us, “I
am expanding the universe with my power”. Even Einstein was so astounded by his discovery that he falsified his data
to show a universe that was not expanding, because he well understood that an expanding universe implies there was somewhere
in the distant past a moment of creation for the universe.
6. Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity (which
he actually called his Absolutism Theorem because he realized he had found the one thing in a relative universe that was absolute)
is about the special qualities of light.
7. The Special Theory of Relativity allows us our first objective glimpse
into that which exists beyond the material world.
8. We could have found anything once we got our first glimpse beyond
the material world, but what we did find is indeed remarkable. We find Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity showing
us that the non-material existence beyond the physical world consists only of absolutes, and some of those absolutes are remarkably
similar to what everyone’s religion has considered to be among the primary attributes of God.
9. Example One:
As the speed of light (300,000km per second) is approached then time slows, and at the speed of light time does not pass.
This means for a photon of light which travels at exactly the speed of light, time does not pass. Therefore the photon is
outside of time, and ETERNAL.
10. Example Two: Since no time passes for a photon of light, and that photon can be
observed at different places in space, therefore that photon of light is simultaneously in those different places (and many
other places) at the same time, and therefore OMNIPRESENT.
11. Example Three: Since every bit of matter in the physical
universe is created by the energy of light, and that light energy constantly sustains and directs the activity of every bit
of matter in the physical existence, then there is no power other than the power of light, light energy is all the power that
exists, and therefore OMNIPOTENT.
12. Example Four: Since all knowledge that exists, that ever existed, or will exist,
is stored by light energy and transmitted through light energy then there is no knowledge beyond that intrinsic to light,
and therefore OMNISCIENT.
13. Furthermore, light does not actually exist within the physical existence although we
can somehow perceive it. As you approach the speed of light one of the three dimensions (length, height, or width), the dimension
in line with the direction of motion, becomes progressively less, and at the speed of light that dimension becomes zero. To
determine volume we multiply height times width times length, but if any one of those three dimensions is zero then the volume
is zero, and that thing therefore does not exist in the material universe. Light occupies no volume of space and therefore
has no existence in the physical universe.
14. And, while everything in the physical universe has some mass greater
than zero, which is a necessary characteristic for existence in the material world, light has no mass at all. As you approach
the speed of light mass increases, at the speed of light mass is infinite. Regardless of how tiny the amount of mass you begin
with, that mass rises to infinity at the speed of light. Since photons travel at the speed of light and do not reach infinite
mass it means that they had zero mass to begin with, and light therefore does not actually exist in the material world.
In the physical existence everything is relative, the absolute existence or non-existence of any quality is not and can not
be expressed, everything exists between those two extremes of the continuum from absolute expression to absolute non-expression.
We find, though, that beyond the material existence all qualities exist either in an infinite state or have no existence at
all, there is nothing in between.
The great significance of the above findings is that they destroy any possible notion
of the physical universe existing as a fixed number of material particles which are moved about by a fixed set of physical
laws. It is exactly this incorrect understanding of the physical existence which forms the basis of the scientific philosophy
of materialism. It is the philosophy of materialism, particularly secular materialism, which has allowed the belief in God
to be so powerfully challenged by unbelievers in these past few hundred years, more or less from the time of Sir Isaac Newton.
It is no longer intellectually possible nor logically reasonable, in light of the finding of modern physics and cosmology,
to hold the view of the atheists (that there is no God). The only logically reasonable, and intellectually honest, conclusion
that can be drawn from the findings of modern science is that God does exist, that the attributes of God are absolute, and
that God did create the physical universe (including human life). We are presently at the beginning of the transition point
from a secular materialistic world-view to a spiritual, God-centered world-view.
NOTE: These are only some of the
simplified conclusions of a major work in progress, but we felt they are of such great significance that we had an obligation
to offer them to the ummah (the human society of Allah’s Creation). The scientific facts behind these interpretations
represent a virtual consensus by a number of the world’s leading physicists, including several Nobel Prize winning theoretical
physicists. The interpretations themselves are at the cutting-edge of Islamic theological thought, but have so far been very
warmly received by Muslim scholars across the world.
"Faint not nor grieve for you will overcome them if you are(indeed)
believers."[surah Aal -e-imraan-3,verse 139]
MAY ALLAH BESTOW UPON US THE WILL & POTENCY TO FOLLOW HIS COMMANDS