We have some fundamental questions: Where did we come from? Why are we here? How should we live together? How can the Earth community flourish?
To answer those important questions, it’s better to review our history at the very beginning.
I plan to post a series of articles called “Living Cosmology”. We tend to be short-sited, especially we are very busy with daily work. Therefore I would like to share with you “a story” about the universe from recent science and philosophical perspectives.
This story of the universe will is closely related to our daily life. I hope you would relax and enjoy it.
This time, let’s think about the beginning of the universe.
Do you know when the universe started to form?
It is said that the observable universe emerged 13.7 billion years ago the universe was like a tiny sand particle. It expanded like the above picture and still expanding. The universe is changing.
The universe is alive.
This is the starting point of our journey to answer the above important questions.
If possible, let’s think together about the following questions: What is your impression of the beginning of the universe. How is it related to us?
Let’s discuss them using the following comment function.
Have a nice day!
(Reference: Journey of the universe)
2 thoughts on “Living cosmology 1 bigining of the universe”
Hi, Mr Tsuboi!
How are you from the earthquake?
Hope you are all fine!
About the creation of the universe and the human being, scientifically, all precisions and details are mentionned in Coran.
You could read the Coran statements and you will discover inside, the creation of stars, soil, nature, human being , plants and recycling system between all of them.
You could find Coran statements translated in english with explanation.
You will find amazing and interesting things about the history of the universe.
Nesrine Charef SAN from Algeria.
Tohoku area in Japan suffered from the earthquake that happened on the night of Mar 16.
Fortunately, we do not have serious damage like eleven years ago.
Earthquake is one of the activities of cosmology.
I appreciate your suggestion. Now I start to read Coran.
Ancient cosmology is closely related to religions.
I plan to share our religious story with you in the next article. 🙂