## The Origin of the Universe - Case Closed"The Origin of the Universe" brings the elegance of creation to the grasp of the reader using simple language, over 78 illustrations and many examples. No math skills are required. Easy to follow mathematical proofs of key points are presented in the Appendix. Complex math is excluded from the main text. "The Origin of the Universe" explores: Why we have something rather than nothing The state of nothing How something can be created from nothing without violating the law of conservation of energy The trigger mechanism of the Big Bang explosion The creation of mass and gravity The creation of the elements, the galaxies and the solar system The progression of matter up to the starting point of life A development path for the eye And much more |

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### Contents

Assembling More Pieces of the Puzzle | |

Putting the Final Pieces Together | |

Mathematical proofs of key points | |

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acceleration amino acids angle antiparticles Appendix approaches zero atoms beam Big Bang Big Bang explosion circle compressed Conservation of Energy cosmos Coulomb’s Law creation process critical mass density derivative distance divided by zero early universe earth earth’s surface electrical model electromagnetic energy electron energy balance energy due energy of motion equal amount escape velocity evolve existence fundamental galaxies heat Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle helium hydrogen infinite infinity inverse square law kinetic energy Law of Balance Law of Conservation LC branch luminosity reaching mathematically molecules nature’s negative energy negative gravitational energy negative mass object orbit outer ring planetary planets positive energy positive kinetic energy positive mass energy pressure previous section properties of space proton Quantum Mechanics radians radius region result rocket ship rotating shown simulation speed of light sphere spherical stable stars surface area tells temperature total energy Unruh Effect unstable virtual particles volume zero divided