A philosophical theory about the origin of the world
Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity and the speed of photons give an explanation to the origin of the world.
According to commentaries given to Einstein’s theory of relativity dealing with the structures and functions of the world, there has been stated: “A physical object moved with the speed of light will reach a mass which is infinitely big, and the time dimension will expand so this physical object will not age; it will be stable and variable. It will be squeezed together in the stretching of the movement, in other words this object will be situated in a squeezed space. Simply, this object, in this position, will be transformed to a photon.”
According to Einstein’s own analysis, for this being able to happen in our world (in microcosms as well macrocosms), will acquire an infinite amount of power, which makes this process impossible. How can one describe the very photons moving with this incredible speed? Are they nothing else but flying squeezed space matter? The paradox can be solved in this manner:
In the beginning there was a revolution in the void of the universe. An infinite force from every direction created those particles which we can identify as the smallest building stones of the creation and which are revealed in experiments in huge particle accelerators like that in CERN. These particles moved from the beginning with the speed of light and an infinite amount of photons which made the universe we see today.
According to the Bible: “And God said, "Let there be light," and there was light.
According to the Koran: God [himself] is “the light of the heavens and the earth”
According to the Avesta:” the light is in eternal war with the darkness”