# Beyond Doubt Everything Could Have Been Created Out of “Nothing”

If you doubt – how everything could have come into existence, just take a deep breath. We can theoretically prove that everything could have been created out of “nothing”.

Mathematically, “zero” can be split into not just two components – it can be split into infinite components, as shown below.

(1) + (-1) = 0

(3) + (-3) = 0

(5) + (-2) + (-3) = 0

(8) + (-3) + (-1) + (-4) = 0

This gives us a clue that the universes could have been created in the same manner in pairs of “positive universes” and “negative universes” with the only difference that though we can see the positive universes, we can barely see the negative universes.

If we treat the negative numbers as the dark matter which is invisible to us and the positive numbers as the matter that is visible to us and treat “zero” as “nothing”, do you have any doubt that, by the above logic, it should have been possible to have created everything just out of “nothing”?

And, do you think – I am joking?

No, if you just kept in mind the truth about the potency of the homoeopathic medicines, the potency of which is inversely proportional to their concentration. Who should believe that the more we dilute them the more powerful they become in term of their potency?

But it is not hidden from anyone. Those who know about it would vouch for it.

Can anybody explain how such a thing can be at all possible?

But if it can be true of the homoeopathic medicines, why should we doubt – it can’t be true in the case of creation of an infinite number of universes?

The way, +∞ to -∞ numbers can emerge from “zero” (let us call it, “nothing”) – do you need any more of an explanation to justify that so many universes also could have emerged out of nothing but “nothing”?

Another reason that compels us to think of such feasibility seriously is the bleak possibility of the existence of anything out of which, so many universes would have got evolved in so much abundance as it should have been necessary if we bore in mind the “gross mass of all the universes of the cosmos”.

Of course, we may also assume that, originally, only three type of things may have been created and all other things may have been created out of only these three things in the same manner as we are able to create billions of different shades of colours simply by mixing the three prime colours, “red, green and yellow” or “cyan, magenta and yellow”.

Maybe, as all shades of colours can be evolved just from three basic colours, even all substances may have been also evolved from just fermions and bosons.

Well, that was about the evolution part.

Now, let us look at the other part – the end of the universes.

If we want to know how the universes may ever come to an end – for sure, we shall not require any atom bombs or hydrogen bombs to pull the curtain down.

A “positive universe” shall be demised the day a “negative universe” collides it.

Though we can’t hypothesize how they may collide, it is not difficult to hypothesize – how, someday, not only our sun the suns of all universes may lose their “shine”.

How the suns may lose their “shine”

Just think for a while – what makes you think that some of the rays emanating from the sun may not be emanating with a time-lag of one-fourth, half or three-fourths of “lambda” (“lambda” being the wavelength of the light-waves emanating from the sun)?

Look at the following diagram which shows two waves travelling together at a time-lag of “half lambda”.

Just imagine, what would happen if two such waves travel one above another?

They would “eat” each other.

Let us assume that at present the half-lambda waves are just 5 per cent of the total quantity of the light waves emitted by the suns, resulting in a loss of only 10 per cent of their total produce.

But think of the day when the quantity of “half-lambda waves” may become 50 percent of the total produce.

From that day onward, suns would not emit any light.

You can imagine, if no light shall reach the “earths”, it would demise the entire vegetable kingdom. Water would not get evaporated to form the clouds. So there would be no rains. The whole ecology would go into a shamble. Life would cease to exist – not only on our earth but on the “earths” of all the universes.

That would be the doomsday when – even though the suns would be emitting rays as usual but all of the waves emitted by them shall get famished at their source itself and no waves shall move beyond them.

Naturally, it would bring down the curtain of life on all the “earths”, forever.