Triphonaction denotes perspectives in a threefold fashion, namely socio-cultural
and soccer highlights. In view of the plurality of " World Research" in a number of
subjects, I have focused my views relating to condensed points. For instance,
the Universe is thrilling to numerous people and, thus, I had in earlier articles mentioned a few notions of this mystical cosmos.
Cosmic Views: Solar System...Planets...Origin
For millions of years, in this light, mankind had pondered with regard to the
creation or existence of this magnificent Universe. Amateurs and Astronomers
from antiquity, indeed, conceived that the stars, galaxies, solar system, moon,
sky, comets, and innumerable asteroids are not there by their own epiphany.
Envisaging the inception of the Universe will take many years to unravel the
mystery which so many want to know. A prevalent question may be, therefore,
asked: Why this cosmos is there?...Was it created?...If "yes", by whom did
this beautiful world come into existence?...Was it self-created, as the Big Bang
Theory has laid down? Or, it is an accident of nature?... "Supernova?"
Be mindful, furthermore, that Galileo, Ptolemy, Copernicus, and a few
astronomers from antiquity spent a lifetime examining about this cosmos.
Although some did not shoulder a ' creation genesis', there were a
good number of those whom thought of a divine intervention in creation.
Copernicus, in essence, believed that there was a divine will in bringing
this world to what it is--marvelous in all aspects--not from an "ex -nihilo"
Indeed, a preponderant tendency is that the Universe has billions of years
which have been parsimoniously calculated by astronomical endeavors. As well,
the constellations of this vast world leave little space to conjecture that
it came to be by itself. Can the earth's rotation and revolution occur, per se,
because of chance?....Can the Planets evolve by themselves?...
Can the solar and lunar motions happen purposelessly? These are some
queries which mankind has to underscore in order to provide a firm
objective affinity to creation.
In fact, my views relating to the Universe are to equip you with an
equilibrium to perceive the framework of the Big Bang Theory (an expansion/cooling
factor)--and the Materialists whose credo
is that this world has evolved through the years; Karl Marx, a gnostic, virtually
leaned to ambiguous beliefs with respect to religion and creation
; nevertheless, a third quintessential argument is that
Time, Matter, and Space may play a conceptional role when a divine
inclination is envisioned (Gen. 1:1). ' Evolutionists and Religionists
should balance this physical motion of creation. Evidently, the third
Law of Newton may be involved into the universal equation.
Cause (The Source) may be conducive to the creation's Effects!
Adopting views about the creation of this intriguing Universe requires
an open-minded attitude in view that our tolerance may diversify
according to how scientific tendencies see it. Should we analyze and
combine views which we agree with or let unfounded absolutism
be our guide? This question relates to all who are amazed with
regard to a T: 0 factor (time) in creation. Remember, certainly, the Earth
is just one amidst the Planets which are above us (not to mention
a mammoth Jupiter)--yet, the other Planets, no matter how big,
never 'fall' upon us! That's incredible! In addition, man is in nowhere
comfortable than solely on Planet Earth. Why? Both astronomical (Reason)
and divine foundations (Faith) have told us the reasons why mankind can only
harbor on Planet Earth.
In view of useful universal debate or argument, the inclinations of
Reason vs. Faith are somewhat conjectural concerning creation.
Besides, Nicolaus Copernicus, an Astronomer, said: "...God designed
and created the universe." (Copernicus was a Mathematician
and Astronomer...)--Copernicus, essentially, held to an heliocentric
Astronomical Theory that 'the Sun is at the core of the cosmos', a view
that has been adopted by Astronomy.
Finally, I will glean to further conceptions in relation to the Universe
in upcoming future editions. --GEORGES MULLER: COMMENTATOR