Home Religious Implications of the Ball-of-Light Particle Model

Let me apologize ahead of time for even discussing religion. I am good at physics -- not religion. I been called many things -- certainly no saint.


Light. Everything is made out of it according to the Ball-of-Light Particle Model. In many areas, of many religions, it common to describe God as light. The phrase, "to see the light" implies understanding what God is.

The First Ball-of-Light

According to the Ball-of-Light Particle Model, the universe was created out of a giant ball-of-light. Everything expanded from this most powerful source of energy. There is absolutely no reason not to call this original ball-of-light God.

Adam and Eve

According to the Ball-of-Light Particle Model, the original ball-of-light split into two. This parallels the classic tale of Adam and Eve being created out of God.

Where is God?

The common phrase, "God is all around us" is true if God is thought of as a ball-of-light because balls-of-light and light is all around us. The common phrase, "God is within me" also certainly true for the same reason. I think of the classic story of Moses who saw God. Did he see a slowly decaying ball-of-light? Even if he saw "ball lightning," does this mean he did not see God?

The Cross

This Grand Unification Theory is based on E cross B equals G. Geometrically, this forms a three dimensional cross.


A common goal of all major religions is to teach harmony. The Ball-of-Light Particle Model describes balls-of-light as either being harmonic -- in which the can last forever -- or nonharmonic -- in which the decay. There are many levels of harmony and decay:

Most religions include teaching harmony. Life is a classic battle between good and evil, harmony and disharmony. Religious teachings emphasize harmony, perfect enlightenment, wisdom, and nirvana.

Patterns of electromagnetic and gravitational fields on a ball-of-light determine how harmonic it is. The human brain has exactly the same kinds of fields. If the fields move in a nonharmonic pattern, the brain becomes paralyzed such as the dramatic case of an epileptic seizure.


Life. What is life? What is the difference between an animate and inanimate object? We can make inanimate objects such as robots that appear to do animate tasks but are obviously inanimate. What is the difference? A robot operates using electric and magnetic fields. Scientists have become very good at controlling these forces. The Ball-of-Light Particle Model predicts that there are three fundamental forces: electric, magnetic, and gravitational. Is the only difference, between say a robot and a human, is the control over the third force gravity? In humans, the electromagnetic waves in the brain move, and it is impossible for them to move without the gravitational field coming into play. In a computer chip, we do not let the flow of information continue on its own so to say. We constantly turn the flow on and off. If a complex computer chip was created that was based on the "flow" of energy rather than the "state" of energy, and the correct electromagnetic and gravitational waves were induced in the chip in such a way as to be harmonic, would the chip become alive?


Mitosis is the usual method of cell division. There is no doubt the cell is alive before division. There is no doubt the cells are alive after division. How is life passed along? The cells contain DNA. DNA has a complex structure. Electromagnetic fields -- and thus gravitational fields -- flow through this structure. When the double helix splits, the harmonic pattern on one half of the helix is duplicated in the other half. The fields in both halves are so harmonic they automatically attract new inanimate material to the animate half of the helix and the fields of the animate half induce new animate fields in the new material. Life could be nothing more than a perfectly harmonic wave pattern.

What is the goal of life?

The Ball-of-Light Particle Model predicts that goal of life is to become harmonic and replicate the harmonic pattern. The universe is expanding in gigantic explosion called the Big Bang. If the universe does not become harmonic it will continue to decay. Life will fizzle out. If the universe is to survive it must become harmonic. We are an extremely small portion of the universe. If there is life on other worlds in the universe, what does their religions teach? Does the physics inherently imbedded in the universe force all life to eventually come to the same conclusions. If other worlds have come to this conclusion and have developed methods to communicate this to the universe how might they pass on this message? If this is really the case life all over the universe must simultaneously become harmonic to save the universe and prevent decay. We must do this locally of course, but I can image other worlds desperately trying to get this message out. Are explosions such as novas, supernovas, or planetary nebula, other worlds succeeding -- or failing -- to head this message?

The coming of God

A common teaching is God will come again. If the universe becomes perfectly harmonic, and is thus able to stop the Big Bang, or collapse back into a perfect sphere, a perfect ball-of-light -- that may be called God -- then is this God coming again? Is this a message from God imbedded in physics to all life in the universe? How could it not be?