Scientists Believe In Miracles Too

Imagine a universe that it packed so tightly that all points in that universe are adjacent. Impossible you say? Nay Nay. This universe is constructed from an emotion called love. And since love is strange it can do strange things.

This tiny chunk of love is packed so tightly that the chunk is about as big as a softball and is heavier than anything that ever existed. And then. And then. A deep voice speaks an incantation: “Let there be a number so large that nothing can be added to it.” And when this incantation is spoken distance and duration is created and this tiny universe explodes with unbelievable energy and all the tightly packed locations fly apart at great speed almost as fast as the speed of light which has just been created by the way.

But all the locations still love each other and even as they fly apart they are looking for their friends and seeking to get closer but they can’t not until their individual velocities slow down enough for their love to began to pull them closer together. And finally they may stop going outward and then turn around and rush back towards each other and finally crash into a molten little ball no bigger than a softball.

Yet in that vast time period after the initial explosion strange things are happening. Beings are emerging and looking at each other fondly and then then they begin to produce little beings that look just like their parents and their parents take great care of these little ones because they have this strange feeling and attraction for the little ones and so they help them until they can help themselves and they call this strange emotion love and wonder about it from then on.

How can this not be a miracle?

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About Cornhusk

Ex-High-School and Community College teacher. Also have a degree in Science and Applied Science. Have worked in ship construction and now supplement my retirement by writing and revising vocational textbooks.
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