There is small, smaller, and smallest, and then...nothing—
or so these physicists say—just a passive void in the vast
micro-interior which is part of the vast macro-exterior void of
space. But how can super-energized subatomic complexities
be the spawn of a passive nothing? Many physicists attribute
universal force to a big explosion of some kind, but whatever
the original energizing force is, two things must be true about
it. First, something caused it, and that something has to be
prephysical (or metaphysical). And second, that prephysical
cause must be the basis of all the physical laws of the universe.
In other words, it must be the Ultimate Relative—all creation
being the expression of the Creator.
The next generation of physicists must take a final scientific
step, and face the only thing left that truly exists beyond
the theoretical void—the reality of God Himself. His living
universe is not void space, but rather a force of primordial
energy continually flowing throughout the universe.
Like the authorities of Columbus’s day, most modern
scientists do not listen enough to that “still small voice within,”
the same “voice” that urged Columbus on that “unseeable
way” he followed despite his own fears. Columbus had vision,
a knowing faith compelling him to go beyond. He knew
without knowing why he knew, and he acted, not completely
understanding the hand that pressed him forward.
This quality of vision-faith will be needed to create the new
physics of the next century, needed to take that step into the
unknown so that it might be known. However, in this final
voyage we have no vessel, as Columbus did, to transport us,
no compass to guide us, no tangible destination to verify our
theory. How then shall we proceed? Shall we cringe on shore,
staring at the horizon, stopped at the threshold of this