By: Wael Nawara
In the Beginning came, as they tell us, the Word.
What was the word?
Was it God? Was it Light? Love? Order?
What was the "Order"?
Was it "Be"? or "Let" there Be?
What was the very first thing uttered in this universe? Was it actually a word? or a Bang? a Big, gigantic Bang, which we can hear until this very day, some 13.7 Billion Years after.
Is this something we can
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Recently, NASA astronomers announced new evidence supporting the Big Bang theory, which states that the universe was once subatomic in size and, in only one trillionth of a second, expanded to astronomical proportions.
The findings are based on data collected by NASA’s Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) satellite. The satellite, which was launched in 2001, measures the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB), or, more simply, the radiant heat left behind from the Big Bang.