A universe from nothing
This site is dedicated to the proposition that the universe originated spontaneously from nothingness. Not a relative nothingness, consisting of a quantum soup plus natural law, as Lawrence Krauss suggests in his book “A Universe from Nothing”, but a nothingness devoid of matter, of space, of time, of natural law and even of mathematics. Absolute nothingness.
Before the Big Bang, there was space: Space consists of space quantum systems, which continually split, producing new space quantum systems. Real - as opposed to virtual - particles came into existence when there were sufficient space quantum systems within a sufficiently small volume that their combined mass-energy fluctuations contained sufficient (negative) gravitational energy to counterbalance the mass-energy from these particles, so that these fluctuations persisted.
If the universe started with a single 2 state quantum system, and has since developed solely by means of quantum mechanical processes, it follows that everything that exists is composed solely of quantum system.
'Everything' includes concepts, not just things physical. For example, the number '1' is a quantum system.
A conscious, purposeful, good and omnipresent God probably exists. The original quantum system may be expected to have all the properties Christians commonly attribute to God. His operation in the universe is consistent with Jewish conceptions of how names influence that which arises from them.
Genesis: The universe started when first quantum system and its behaviour popped into existence out of absolute nothingness.
The quantum universe: The universe consists solely of quantum systems. Quantum mechanics applies equally well to information as to things, even though information of itself has no physical existence, i.e. has no spatial location. The universe is a single quantum system, consisting of a hierarchy of countless quantum systems.