February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
Originally “the Big Bang” was a term of derision by famed astronomer Fred Hoyle of Edward Lemaitre’s discovery – that if Albert Einstein’s characterizations of space, time and matter were correct, the universe had to be expanding over time from an original “primeval atom”. Even Einstein strongly disliked that idea and invoked a “cosmological constant” to get around it. When Edwin Hubble’s observations showed that the universe was indeed expanding, Einstein called his particular fudge factor the biggest mistake he ever made.Now, of course, “the Big Bang” has caught on but a much better description would be “The Lost Chord” or even “Harmonia Mundi” – the generation of all possible upper and lower harmonics from a single wave form. No bang, no horrendousness, no kablooie – only harmonic and interference patterns worthy of the implications of Genesis 1:1 and of the name Yehawweh itself.