[Advaita-l] A Circle with center everywhere and circumference nowhere

kuntimaddi sadananda kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 29 19:09:58 EDT 2018

This can apply to the Big-Bang too.
Big Bang concept is arrived at by looking the movement of galaxies. Further the galaxy faster it is moving away from the reference point of the observer. If one interpolates their movement backward, it will meet where the observer is. That is where the Big Bang occurred. 
If the observer is located at the distant galaxy, he will also observe the same thing and from his reference, the Big Bang occurred where he is making this observation. In essence, Big Bang occurred everywhere where ever the conscious entity observing the Bang is present. Yet, even though everywhere is a concept of space, and space itself is created with the Bang. In essence, Big Bang really occurred nowhere since there was no space or time before the Bang, yet it occurred everywhere where ever the conscious entity was there. And from his reference Space is infinite since his observation itself gets limited by the limit of the expanding universe. A word 'singularity' is used to escape this problem by Big Bang proponents. 
My 2c.
Hari Om!Sadananda

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