But where did this speck come from if there was 'nothing'?
Forty Israeli scientists recently joined their counterparts from around the world in Geneva to break ground in one of the largest scientific projects ever attempted. That project is a recreation of the Big Bang that scientists believe began the universe. The experiment took place at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland and has some people excited, and others worried.
Dr. Gerald Schroeder, is an M.I.T. trained scientist who has worked in both physics and biology. He has emerged in recent years as one of the most popular and accessible apostles for the melding of science and religion. He is also the author of Genesis and the Big Bang as well as other books exploring the G-d/Science connection.
Dr. Schroeder talked about the latest experiments being made at the CERN in Switzerland to re-create a mini 'Big Bang' in order to study how creation started on IsraelNationalRadio's Tamar Yonah Show this week. He also explained what the 'G-d Particle' is and why these experiments are so fascinating.
Schroeder describes that before the universe existed, there was nothing. He explained that it is impossible for the human mind to imagine 'nothing,' but that we must try to understand that out of this 'nothing,' creation started with a tiny speck of matter/energy which then exploded, thus, the Big Bang. But where did this speck come from if there was 'nothing'? Dr. Schroeder asks and answers that question in his interview.
Dr. Shroeder links information from the Bible with scientific discoveries. He asserts that there is a Biblical connection to the creation of the universe that does not contradict science or analytical thought.
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