Cosmos, Time and Creation (Remarks to the Philosophical, Theological and Physical Conceptions of Creation)

P. Zamarovský


The concept of the beginning of Cosmos appears to be problematic. Not only ancient theological, but also present-day physical approaches evoke many questions. They originate in the definition of time, its dimensionality and its scale. If we accept the Standard Model, all physical processes including processes utilised in clocks (chronometric processes) lose their theoretical basis in the vicinity of the initial singularity. The singularity is hidden behind horizon. Does it mean that the singularity did not exist?


Big Bang; creation; cosmos; time scale; imaginary time; horizon; singularity

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ISSN 1210-2709 (Print)
ISSN 1805-2363 (Online)
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