The Origin of Life Series

First of all I want to thank everybody for their questions and curiosity over the past several months of reading my blog series. I'm really excited to discuss all things time, space and the nature of reality but I noticed another trend in the feedback and questions.  The Forces of Nature Series went right back … Continue reading The Origin of Life Series

Forces of Nature Series : Gravity 

Gravity, one of science and nature's biggest mysteries and of all the forces of Nature, the least understood. Out of all the forces Gravity is the weakest and the weakest by far. Gravity, like the other forces of nature, came into existence very soon after the instant of the Big Bang and held its influence … Continue reading Forces of Nature Series : Gravity 

Forces of Nature Series : Electromagnetism

In the Quark Epoch of the early Universe, The weak nuclear force and electromagnetism were joined together as one. This was known as the electroweak force and as the Universe expanded and cooled the forces separated to become the fundamental forces we know today.  These forces formed and separated within many millionths of seconds after … Continue reading Forces of Nature Series : Electromagnetism

Forces of Nature Series: The Weak Nuclear Force

The strong nuclear force is the tight binding of protons and neutrons to a nucleus. It's opposite number, the weak nuclear force, is responsible for radioactive decay. In other words, the atomic nucleus breaking down into smaller nuclei.  Soon after the Big Bang, the four forces of Nature became what we know them to be … Continue reading Forces of Nature Series: The Weak Nuclear Force

Forces of Nature Series : The Strong Nuclear Force

Time to go back 13.8 billion years to the instant of the Big Bang. The Big Bang is the leading model of how the Universe began and isn't debated very widely other than believers of models of Creationism.  With the two pillars of relativity and quantum mechanics, the earliest moment the laws of physics as … Continue reading Forces of Nature Series : The Strong Nuclear Force

The Forces of Nature Series 

The laws of physics and the Universe we live in comes under four distinct forces that govern all of nature and reality.  All of these forces are evident and observable across both branches of classical physics; relativity and quantum mechanics. They are also called the four fundamental interactions, in short they can't be reduced to … Continue reading The Forces of Nature Series 

The Multiverse : The Infinite Possibilities

Credit : Upriser The observable universe that we live in has 93 billion light years in diameter worth of galaxies and wonders for us to observe with our telescopes.  At the moment 46.5 billion light years in every direction of Earth is the farthest our telescopes can reach. To put this into perspective, the light … Continue reading The Multiverse : The Infinite Possibilities