The Primeval Atom: Refining the Big Bang Theory and the Origin of Biodiversity.

The Big Bang theory proposes that the universe began as a singularity and rapidly expanded in a process called cosmic inflation and so as the universe continued to expand and cool, subatomic particles like protons, neutrons, and electrons formed and eventually combined to form atoms, giving rise to the first stars and galaxies. While the above is part·i·ally correct, I posit that we are defining atom the wrong way. Georges Lemaรฎtre argued that the physical universe was initially a single particle called 'the primeval atom' which disintegrated in an explosion, giving rise to space and time and the expansion of the universe that continues to this day. I posit that we are defining atom the wrong way. There are not many atoms (plural) as previously thought but there is only the primeval atom (singular) which has conceived itself to perceive itself as self-differentiated so not to be by itself. In other words, and through the biological lens, the Big Bang is synonymous with Biodiversity and the reason for Biodiversity is Biocompanionship. As such. The primeval atom is undivided yet self-differentiated so not to be by itself. The primeval atom is undivided yet self-differentiated for companionship otherwise known as love. So while Georges Lemaรฎtre was close, very close, the above conclusion is, in the absolute sense, even closer.
~ Wald Wassermann, Physicist.