Science and Christianity
A tiny timing device set off the big bang. That device also triggered time. The software in the creation module immediately kicked into action.
There is a binary interactive for the external development of magnetic matter.
The universe operates on both an isotropy (The uniformity of physical properties) and a homogeneity(the uniformity of structures) basis. The universe is both homogeneous and isotropic.
Random systems change states on an apparent scattered basis. Quantum systems behave randomly only when randomness is required.
Quarks are a number of subatomic particles carrying a
the fractional electric charge that is the building block of the hadrons.
Quantum fluctuations produce randomly fluctuating electric fields that can affect electrons. They are vacuum state fluctuations.
The Universe was created out of an almost symmetric vacuum; everything that followed should have been virtually symmetrical.
Dark Matter is why rotating galaxies do not fly apart from rotational forces.
The most important properties of a quantum field are its mass, spin, and which symmetries it obeys.
The Uncertainty Principle applies to all objects but is only significant at the atomic or subatomic level.