On the origin of our sub-universe: A proposition of axiomatic evolved cosmic consciousness

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Consistent with quantum physics and the theory of evolution, and based on five axioms (First Law of Thermodynamics, Accumulation of Positive Probabilities, Existence of Things, Possibility of Evolution, Possibility of Science and Technology), a proposition is derived that an cosmic consciousness evolved in the wider universe and created our sub-universe or one identical to it. According to the standard cosmological model , our universe originated from the Big Bang about 14 billion years ago. Yet it has been argued that the singularity which existed before the Big Bang, indicates that something existed before the Big Bang (Joseph 2010a). Where did this singularity come from? The question of the origins of singularity can be applied to this cosmic consciousness. This cosmic consciousness became the creator at the moment of creation. Where did this cosmic consciousness come from? To say that this cosmic consciousness exists in-Itself with no beginning and end or beyond the constraint of time does not only fail to provide an answer but its own presumption destroys one of the strongest arguments for the existence of this cosmic consciousness based design and on evidence from evolution and quantum physics. Rather, it is argued that this cosmic consciousness evolved in a higher Newtonian-like universe which is infinite and eternal. As it is Newtonian-like, it needs no creator.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3754 - 3764
Number of pages11
JournalJournal of Cosmology
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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