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    In the quantum world things cannot be seen or measured by eye. When physicists try to measure covariables such as the position and momentum of an electron or of any subatomic particle they find one of the measurements to be a little bit off or imprecise. Let us say that we bounce a photon off the electron to measure momentum. That means our measurement of position will be slightly off. But, in the subatomic world if I say I can be 95% certain that the electron is between a few centimeters that really tells us nothing since there could be billions of electrons in that space and I might not even be measuring the position of the same electron. My electron might have gone off somewhere into space. Furthermore, the determination of momentum of the electron destroyed the accuracy of my measurement of position. Thus the answer for position would be indeterminate.

     Those of the probabilistic view would have us believe if it can’t be observed or measured it is not real. Thus they would have us believe that one of the variables does not have a real measurement. The paradox in this view can be stated, “But how would the electron know whether I would choose momentum to be measured and not its position?” It doesn’t, therefore I would conclude that both measurements have real quantities but not every value can be determined. Thus human limitation is the cornerstone of uncertainty. Many things cannot be observed or measured accurately, but that does not mean they are not real.

    Starting with the theory of the beginning of our Universe, scientists have now produced 36 fundamental particles involved in the Big Bang in particle accelerators like the one in CERN Switzerland. These particles like Quarks and Gluons can be fitted together in trillions of ways, but only one way to form an atomic nucleus of Hydrogen to cause the Big Bang.

   These Quarks are very small, smaller than a proton or neutron with very small mass and Space is infinite. Gravity does not really play a part in the atomic nucleus since the particles have very little mass… Mostly what keeps the nucleus together is the strong and weak nuclear forces and electromagnetism.

    If we rely on random chance to assemble our nuclear particles in the right way, the probability is smaller than 1 over a trillion times a trillion that it happens correctly. On the other hand no matter how many particles we have we can say that there is really only one cause the Lord. In fact there may be more particles than what we have found, there may be 52 particles, or even more, in any case looking for more particles does not give us a better answer.

   Take a man trying to assemble a car engine from scratch. If he doesn’t know anything about car engines and he tries to put parts together by random guesses he has little chance of doing it right. But if he has a manual or has studied auto mechanics his chances are much better. A monkey can never produce the complete works of Shakespeare by randomly punching keys.

    Those that argue that Universe could have created itself can never discount that it could have been done by the Lord

    What we really mean when we say the probability is 1 over a trillion trillion is to say it is impossible that Universe assembled or created itself. Thus no matter how many variables we have there is only one cause for the Universe-The Lord.

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