The Big Bang Theory

It may be one of your favorite TV shows – the hilariously funny, ingeniously written sitcom about four nerdy scientists.  But in a nutshell, the Big Bang Theory has some pretty awesome implications. NASA says, “The Big Bang Model is a broadly accepted theory for the origin and evolution of our universe, and claims that 12 to 14 billion years ago, the part of the universe we see today was only a few millimeters across.” Presumably, the first spark to set all this off was the recently isolated ‘god particle,’ a designation that makes many physicists cringe.

Divine intervention aside, Stephen Hawking feels the reaction would have happened anyway due to the law of gravity.  “Because there is a law such as gravity,” Hawking writes, “the universe can and will create itself from nothing.”

While man may be on the brink of creating something out of nothing in the future, contemplating that today requires thinking WAY outside the box. How would the fulfillment of this hypothesis affect our daily lives? How would people handle the gift? How could it be disseminated in a peaceful and prosperous manner? The results could be as many and varied as your imagination can conjure up.  In my book THE RED SERPENT, a ruthless battle of good and evil forces has waged over 5,000 years to capture these answers and control the kind of knowledge that can change civilization forever.  How will it all end up?