An Israeli physicist says the breakthrough scientific discovery of further evidence of the Big Bang theory, which some are calling “cosmology’s missing link,” confirms the universe was created.
“One thing the announcement does do is make it clear that the universe had a definite starting point – a creation – as described in the book of Genesis,” Bar Ilan University physics Professor Nathan Aviezer told the Times of Israel.
“To deny this now is to deny scientific fact.”
A team of scientists headed by astronomer John M. Kovac of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics announced Monday it had found the evidence it was seeking to support the theory that the universe had a beginning.
The New York Times’ headlined it story “Space ripples Reveal Big Bang’s Smoking Gun.”
The report said radio astronomers had confirmed they had detected the beginning of the Big Bang, and a theory by physicist Alan Guth, now at MIT, regarding “inflation” appeared to be correct.
Guth’s hypothesis was that the universe was “wrenched violently apart when it was roughly a trillionth of a trillionth of a trillionth of a second old.”
Kovac’s study detected ripples in the fabric of space-time, what some are calling gravitational waves, as a signature of the creation event.
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