The Problem with the Universe from Nothing

Himangsu S. Pal


Some physicists say that the universe has originated from nothing and required no external agent for its creation. However, since time, space and gravitation cannot have any separate existence from matter, the total time, space and gravitation of the universe will also remain zero. Therefore, we can say that there is definitely some substance in this universe due to the presence of which the total space and the total time of the universe always remain zero. But what is this substance? Whence has it originated? What are its properties? These are the questions that need to be answered. I suggest that the substance should have light-like properties and be all pervading. Further, it should not be absorbed, repelled, attracted or deflected by any known particle of this universe.

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