Source of energy for big bang?

If we consider big bang as the prime event, what is the source of that energy which caused the big bang?

What caused that energy to cause the big bang?

About Amitt Parikh

Amitt Parikh is a proficient writer, who has published many thought-provoking articles, short stories, poems and presentations in several newspapers, magazines, newsletters and websites. He is the author of 'Conversations with The Mysterious One - Vol. 1 & 2' books. He is the editor of Your Spiritual Revolution, Creator of Integral Mind Power and Managing Director of Parikh Info Solutions Pvt. Ltd. He is a mystic, an intuitive life coach and trainer. He conducts revolutionary courses and workshops on Integral Mind Power, Your Spiritual Revolution, Channeling Your Higher Self and Integral Financial Healing with Past Life Clearing.
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2 Responses to Source of energy for big bang?

  1. Dale Downey says:

    My spiritual search for origins always takes me back to the basic question; Where did the energy come from that initiated the big bang or whatever process did take place in originating the universe? At this point, I am comfortable with the concept that God was and is that energy. Because energy can never be created or destroyed but only change one form to another or into matter by nuclear fission and fusion, then this energy which is God makes up all that is, all matter and all energy and is infinite. The story of creation in the bible is in the form of parables without timelines. Adam and Eve (mankind made in God’s image) emerged after millions say billions of years of evolution and was as inevitable as the universe itself. The energy giving life to my body is the stuff of God and is infinite as all energy.

  2. Kurt Wx says:

    Science as an academic field must be defined in terms of testable ideas, observation and prediction. We may learn and “know” certain facts that occurred one time in the past, but this is more of a courtroom investigation of evidence to fill in missing knowledge, more of a forensic study than what is actual “science”. This interface has become blurred as present day observations bring out a lust to peer into the untestable past all the way to “The Beginning” that had no human observer. In the last two hundred years, so-called “scientists” have banished all notions of “supernatural” or “that which exists outside of the material observable universe” under the arrogant assumption that Naturalism can fully discover and explain all that we see, a total denial of all human philosophy and experience. The question about the original “source” of our universe Ex Nihilo is one that cannot be answered by science. Instead, please note that every answer explicitly or implicitly uses the word “believe” or “belief” in the explanation. I would like to answer by saying that there was an Observer who was not only there at the beginning but caused it to occur, and this Observer is outside of this universe BUT has repeatedly communicated to people having claimed to be the Author of all that is having communicated a whole book, the Bible. That’s not a detailed science text but states clearly and simply the important details from the Author’s perspective. A real scientist may be frustrated that he wants to know more, but he must gather all relevant information on the subject at hand The Beginning) and test that information before dismissing it or declaring it invalid simply because he dislikes the source. Of course, this creates myriad other questions about human morality and meaning that many people simply refuse to accept.

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