The Mysterious Big Bang Theory


by Asif Haroon Raja

The universe is 13 billion and 18 crore years old. The universe came into existence as a result of a Big Bang, which gave birth to 350 big and 720 billion small galaxies. In every galaxy, there are billions of satellites and trillions of stars much bigger than the earth. The earth was shaped 5 billion years ago. The universe is still expanding and no one knows as to what extent this process of expansion will continue. We are ignorant of the length and breadth of the universe and the secrets hidden in it.

Despite phenomenal advancement made by the scientists in the field of science and technology, they have been able to gather information of 4% of the mysteries of the universe. Rest of the 96% universe is still in the realm of unknown and beyond human comprehension. The jurisdiction of unknown has been divided by the scientists into two parts. They know about the existence of 44% within the 96% of the universe, but have no knowledge as to what it is about. The remaining 52% is completely unknown and is called “Dark Matter”. The ‘Dark Matter’ of the universe is super energy. The ‘sun’ is a mere particle before this energy in this horizon.

This categorization of the universe into known and unknown is similar to the classification of the human brain (one-third conscience mind and remaining two-thirds sub-conscience and un-conscience mind referred to as the unexplored dark warehouse).

In order to understand the comprehend the mysteries of the universe, we have to first understand its foundations as to how and why the Big Bang occurred and what happened immediately after it. To explore this reality, the human being has two courses open. One is to invent a time machine which can take us back to the ancient era 13 billion and 80 crore years ago when this bang took place and the contours of the universe began to shape up. This is practically not possible; hence ruled out. The other way is that scientists carryout a simulated Big Bang test in a lab and carryout evaluation of the entire process of creation of universe. This is also intricate but not impossible.

It was the second option which was executed by the scientists. A laboratory was built at Fahrney in Geneva jointly by Switzerland and France in Geneva in 1952 and named the lab as Saran. Since the scope of the project was too enormous for few hundred scientists of the two countries, 177 universities of 38 countries and 3000 physics professors gradually joined the project.

To start with, the scientists built a steel tunnel which is 100 meters deep and 27 km long. The tunnel was equipped with extra strong magnets one hundred thousand times stronger in gravity than normal magnets. In between the magnetic field, 21 meters high and 14000 tons heavy steel chamber was installed. It is twice the size of the steel structure of Eifel Tower (7300 tons). Part of this structure was built in Pakistan by Heavy Mechanical Complex Taxila. Pakistan flag was imprinted on it.

It took the scientists 40 years to complete the whole structure as well as carryout their research work. During this period, they kept themselves aloof of all kinds of religious and racial prejudices and animus and worked with full devotion and commitment irrespective of several wars which took place. They are carrying out experiments to make different elements collide with each other within the tunnel at one billion times greater speed than the speed of light (186000 miles per second), and then note the variations. These elements are billions of times smaller in size than an atom which cannot be seen by any microscope.

In 2013, the Saran scientists during their research discovered an element which provides energy to all other elements. This element has been named ‘God Particle’. Scientists Peter Bugs and Francois Anglert received Noble Peace awards for this discovery which is the biggest discovery to date.

The scientists think that out of all the mineral deposits in the world, 50% minerals are matter-less. It is known as ‘anti-matter’. This anti-matter after getting animated provide energy to the world, and in tenth of billions of a second get destroyed. A few months ago, Saran scientists were able to control this anti-matter for 17 minutes, which was no less than a miracle. If they succeed in harnessing anti-matter for a longer duration, then the needs of energy of the world can be met within few seconds. The world will then no more need electricity and petrol.

During their day and night research work, several other inventions came into being. Internet was invented at Saran. British scientists Tim Barnarzali invented internet worldwideweb (www) in 1989. This venture was undertaken to overcome difficulties of research work and communication of scientists at Saran but it helped in connecting the world. Citi scan and MRI were also devised at Saran. Currently, the scientists at Saran are working on a system which will restore the eyesight of the blind.

A super ultra sound system is being developed which will be thousand time more advanced than the existing ultra sound in use. Work on a laser is underway which will avoid all other tissues in the human body and will reach the infected tissue requiring treatment. One tiny chip will record all sounds of a city with full details. A system has been conceived which will store electricity of the whole country. Saran grid computer will collect data of the whole world, which will soon be available in the open market.

Saran is highly expensive and difficult project and it is being done by scientists for the last 65 years. In this lab, Pakistan and Pakistanis are respected. The reason is Dr. Abdus Salam whose theory played an important role in the Saran project. The experiment of colliding the particles was initiated by Dr. Salam. His rector on which he was awarded a Nobel Peace prize is still in existence.  The physics experts of the world believe that if Dr. Salam had not presented his theory and had not established his plant to prove his theory, Saran project could not have taken off and the process of understanding the universe might have been shelved.

The Saran project has dedicated one road in the name of Dr. Salam, which is next to Einstein Road, to acknowledge his services rendered to scientific research and to pay homage to him. Incongruously, Pakistan ignored the meritorious services of this great scientist and gave him a raw deal by denying him permission to build a scientific research work Trust and sacrificed him at the altar of the religion and refused to acknowledge him as a Pakistani.

Presently, 10,000 personnel including 3000 scientists are working at Saran. It is the world’s biggest science and research centre. No religion has been able to unveil the mystery of the Big Bang and the creation of universe. Hopefully one day Saran Centre might reach the realm of unknown and achieve a breakthrough. Unraveling of the secrets about the creation of the universe by Allah will help the human beings in understanding Nature.

Pakistan is a member of Saran and the government pays Rs. 22 Crore fee annually. The institution imparts free education to the students. Being a member, Pakistan must avail this facility to benefit our students. Our students can procure scholarships from FSC to PHD from Saran. Our scientists should also interact with this organization frequently to gain first-hand knowledge of ongoing scientific research projects and wherever feasible transfer requisite technology in the fields of science, medicine and agriculture since there is no restriction for member countries.

The writer is a retired Brig, war veteran, defence and security analyst, author of five books, Vice Chairman Thinkers Forum Pakistan, Director Measac Research Centre. [email protected]


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{p}Brig Asif Haroon Raja an Member Board of Advisors Opinion Maker is Staff College and Armed Forces WarCoursequalified, holds MSc war studies degree; a second generation officer, he fought epic battle of Hilli in northwest East Bengal during 1971 war, in which Maj M. Akram received Nishan-e-Haider posthumously.{/p}{p}He served as Directing Staff Command & Staff College, Defence Attaché Egypt and Sudan and Dean of Corps of Military Attaches in Cairo. He commanded the heaviest brigade in Kashmir. He is lingual and speaks English, Pashto and Punjabi fluently.{/p}{p}He is author of books titled ‘Battle of Hilli’, ‘1948, 1965 & 1971 Kashmir Battles and Freedom Struggle’, ‘Muhammad bin Qasim to Gen Musharraf’, Roots of 1971 Tragedy’; has written number of motivational pamphlets. Draft of his next book ‘Tangled Knot of Kashmir’ is ready.{/p}{p}He is a defence analyst and columnist and writes articles on security, defence and political matters for numerous international/national publications.{/p}


  1. I recommend Eric Lerner’s “The Big Bang Never Happened” and/or Halton Arp’s
    “Seeing Red: Redshifts, Cosmology and Academic Science” Paperback – 1 Jun 1997. Quite enjoyable.

  2. Theories are a dime a dozen; anyone can propound a theory of some process or the make up of something. Physicists are good at propounding but when the long arduous work of proving their claims is necessary, most of them disappear into the wood work. It can take decades and often centuries of hard work to develop the knowledge and resources to prove claims. Often the basic information necessary has simply not been discovered yet.
    Earlier generations often discovered how to preserve some foods empirically before refrigeration and other means were invented. Anesthesia was discovered empirically before it was understood scientifically. The process of combustion was only understood after the element Oxygen was discovered. The prevention of goiter, the growth on the neck due to enlargement of the thyroid gland in the “goiter belt” was only understood and prevented after the element Iodine was discovered. Thank a fabulous medical doctor David Marine, M.D. from Cleveland, Ohio for doing the basic studies which led to placing iodine in common table salt before the FDA or we would be buying iodine supplements from the drug companies. Some arrogant physicists can pontificate all day long about speculated particles called quarks which allegedly have fractional electric charge although no particle with fractional electric charge has ever been observed, but for most people their worthless theories won’t improve and save or make lives better.

  3. a few years ago I read a few books by John F Barrow
    and he posits this:
    the big bang was the result of a quantum fluctuation
    neat hey

  4. The universe came into existence as a result of a Big Bang, which gave birth to 350 big and 720 billion small galaxies.

    I have always wondered where all this took place. If there was nothing before the bigbang, where was
    there nothing?

  5. The electric model and plasma theory proposed by the thunderbolts project needs to reach a wider audience. The ‘big bang’ is not science. Dark matter, black holes and anti-matter are mathematical figments of the imagination of failed cosmology. The Universe is electric on all scales including the human and atomic.

    • Mike… it is a sound wave that holds particles together. A very steep curve of a sound wave. It’s a vibration. “When the trumpet sounds…” all will be equalized into the lowest element. Dust.

  6. I was going to comment that the “Big Bang” theory is still a theory, and not fact etched in stone, but others have stated this case much more eloquently than I. However, substituting one theory/lie (BB) with another (bible) is an exercise in futility. Funded research is being steered into very expensive dead ends, and only the indy tinkerers have a chance. One avenue to search might be the so called “Green Drive” an old mechanic named Green back in the 60’s who had a simple thought: “What force is at right angles to everything else?” Using the force vectors (direction) and having the three dimensions as force vectors and add another. This guy used a electric drill with a home-made clutch drive with four clutch gearing. The result sounded (I have read) like a bucket of bolts shaking itself to pieces but it did seem to move across the floor without external force being applied. I read about this in the mid 60’s. Was he onto something?

  7. “they have been able to gather information of 4% of the mysteries of the universe. Rest of the 96% universe is still in the realm of unknown and beyond human comprehension”

    So, if that’s the case, how can they say with any kind of certainty, that there are 350 big and 720 billion small galaxies? Or, that the universe is 13 billion and 18 core years old? Personally, I believe the universe is infinite, meaning without beginning and without end. I do not believe that in the beginning there was nothing, and then nothing exploded into everything…To me, the Big Bang is in the same realm as Darwinism. Sometimes, I don’t trust scientists as far as I could throw them.

    • I’ve been trying to reply to your comment for 15 minutes, but my comment will not show up. For whatever reason, I bet this comment will show, but the one I want to post will not work…I’ll keep trying…

    • Well, it’s still not letting me post my comment, so I guess all I’ll say is that I couldn’t agree more with everything you just said…

  8. Physicality and the exploration of origin has limits, like mathematics. Mendeleev got the periodic table in a dream. Robert Altman had some sort of experience that caused his career direction to take him to RNA. Tesla sitting by the waterfalls, is quite similar to Buddha sitting under a tree. Shape and function and the effects of time is where the patterns emerge. Is today different from yesterday ? If so, how ? What has changed and is it visibly discernible ? Focusing solely on the physicality of things, will not yield positive results. Instead of examining the periodic table as a material set of rules and changes, it should be studied as a set of recurring shapes, functions and colors. Attempting to manipulate matter without understanding it completely is irresponsible and will lead to regret. The understanding cannot be attained by physical experiment alone. The healthy balance needed to bring about a proper merging of science and spirituality, cannot be attained before dogma is released. Academia is still far too influenced by dogmatic religions and this is simply a silly control issue. Immaturity by it’s nature, lacks maturity. A possibility alone, is not a good reason for manipulation. Efficiency of existing issues should be the focus of academia and sciences. Why am I eating tomatoes from Chili in upstate NY ? Who has been left behind ?

  9. The BIG BANG boys are stuck with a theory that cannot be proven by any scientific method however modeled. The causal event that drove all of matter into a neat small package has never be proven or even remotely explained, let alone, what was the causal event that then, flung the whole of matter into the universe in a gazzillon parts, billions of years ago. This “Theory” only smacks of a fanatical religious belief bordering on insanity.
    Yet when I see this brand of “science” being enshrined at The Harvard Smithsonian Center of Astrophysics, as the explanation of modern cosmology, I can fully understand where the term, “dumbing down” came from. It is time to tear down that false altar and get on with real science.

    • Actually, Albert Einstein managed to explain gravity as an effect of the curvature of the space-time manifold. But when it comes down to it, all explanations end up explaining something by something else.
      I think an explanation is good, or successful, if it manages to explain something complicated by something more simple. When Galileo said « The Earth moves », he was able to explain the motions of the heavenly bodies in a much simpler fashion, than those who claimed the Earth to be « the fixed point at the centre of the universe ».

    • Well said. There is a comprehensive and scientifically demonstrable theory. It is the Electric ,model proposed by the thunderbolts project. Easy to find online.

    • No, of course not.
      Well, it depends on what you mean by “universe”.
      If you wish, you may regard the world of the very very small, as a »world» of its own.
      This microscopic world, where size and distance is measurered in «femtometers»,
      and the laws of quantum theory rule, certainly is a very different world. But it is a world
      strongly coupled to the world that we humans call «world», which is everything we can experience
      by means of our eyes and ears and other senses. Without this quantum world of microscopic
      elementary particles, the world we experience as world in our daily lives, could never have existed.

  10. Interesting to hear that in Pakistan CERN ( Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire) is
    called « Saran ». My guess would be that it is a phonetic translation, since in English the letter C
    is often pronounced as /s/. Is that the letter س (sīn) in Urdu ?
    Abdus Salam received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1979 together with Sheldon Glashow and
    Steven Weinberg for his contribution to the electroweak unification theory. In other word’s they
    showed that the well known electromagnetic force is deeply related to the weak nuclear force.

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