718. Physicists Must Distinguish Living and Non-living Things
But, in 1931, Kurt Gödel said that theorems of mathematical logic cannot be completed. (click) (Example) Thus, no matter how many new things are added to the universe prior to or after the Big Bang, the universe had no beginning and has no end because God and the universe has always been a unified existing thing.
However, incompleteness applies also to words. Words cannot be completed because they are symbols that can be defined only by our minds.(click) Socrates defined the symbols long ago by saying that the only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. Plato followed Socrates with many dialogues. I concluded that Jesus followed many Greeks after he was twelve years old and taught new Greek information until he was killed.
After Jesus was killed, the meanings of symbols were defined mostly by logic and scriptures until the 14th century Renaissance came. In the USA, the meaning of symbols became a major problem in the 20th century. But two wars came and the meanings of symbols were not important. Life scientists were still debating the difference between a sign and a symbol at the Thirteenth Symposium of the Conference of Science, Philosophy, and Religion in 1952. In the late 1980's, Houston University submitted a grant on the subject of symbols and criminal causes to the National Institute of Justice. It was not funded. After I retired in 1994, I produced three books. In these books, I discuss many symbols and their best meanings. In my books, logic and atheism is falling apart because my symbols are becoming true symbols of God and His universe.
The physicists should not make religions obsolete. God is real and the universe has no end because it had no beginning..Furthermore, physicists must reject the theory of evolution by Charles Darwin.
My books about God and the Universe are presented below:
1. The First Scientific Proof of God (2006), 271 pages, (click)
2. A New and Modern Holy Bible (2012), 189 pages.
3. God And His Coexistent Relations To the Universe. (2014), 429 pages