The Theory of the Universe and Objective Reality
By Nicolai Levashov
For several millennia, man has constantly tried to fathom the vast volumes of space surrounding him. Various models of the Universe and ideas about humanity’s place in it were created to this end. Gradually, these concepts became the so-called, scientific theory of the Universe. This theory was finally crystallized in the middle of the 20th century. Albert Einstein’s Relativity Theory became the basis of the Big Bang theory that exists today.
All the other theories of reality, in principle, are only particular cases of this theory. That is why human conceptions about the Universe and, more importantly, the future of civilization, depend upon the accuracy with which the theory of the Universe reflects the true state of affairs. Different technologies, devices and machines are created on the basis of the concepts about nature. Therefore, the existence or non-existence of Earth civilization depends upon what kinds of technologies are created.