The delicate balance in the creation of the universe is the evidence of Creation
Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Interview on A9 TV dated June 13th, 2011
ALTUĞ BERKER: I'd like to briefly tell a sign leading to faith regarding the spectacular balance in the Big Bang, the beginning of the universe Master, Insha'Allah.
ADNAN OKTAR: All right, go ahead.
ALTUĞ BERKER: The explosion rate of the universe is specified with a tremendously delicate certainty, immaculately calculated and regulated. The expansion rate of the universe is so critical that in the first second following the Big Bang…
ADNAN OKTAR: In the first second...
ALTUĞ BERKER: Yes, Insha'Allah. If this ratio were one hundred thousand million times million less, the universe would collapse inwards, without proceeding into its current structure.
ADNAN OKTAR: Repeat it once again. This happens in the first second.
ALTUĞ BERKER: If this ratio were one hundred thousand million times million less in the first second…
ADNAN OKTAR: This is truly an inconceivable figure. The Big Bang starts upon such a minute, such a delicate balance.
ALTUĞ BERKER: If the difference in the expansion of the explosion rate were so miniscule, then the universe would not expand but collapse.
ADNAN OKTAR: Notice that this is the evidence of Creation. Because such a delicate balance is unlikely to happen. This is a marvelous figure; a wondrous figure.
ALTUĞ BERKER: Yes, Master Insha'Allah.
ADNAN OKTAR: Allah displays the perfection of the Creation way back in the very beginning.
ALTUĞ BERKER: If the explosion rate were a little bit more, and if it expanded so, all matter available would scatter around.
ADNAN OKTAR: Again regularity of the same rate is requisite.
ALTUĞ BERKER: Yes. If the volume of the universe were a little bit more, then the universe would not be able to expand and deflate into a point. If, at the beginning, the volume were a little bit less, then the universe would expand at the utmost speed. However in that case, atomic particles would not be able to attract and thus seize one another; and stars and galaxies would never come into being, Insha'Allah.
ADNAN OKTAR: Repeat that figure again.
ALTUĞ BERKER: One in a hundred thousand million times million.
ADNAN OKTAR: That is, in both cases only that ratio becomes sufficient…
ALTUĞ BERKER: …for the universe not coming into being.
ADNAN OKTAR: …sufficient for the universe not come into being and it all starts with this delicate balance.
ALTUĞ BERKER: Insha'Allah Master.
ADNAN OKTAR: The same system is also available in the cells, in the structure of the brain and in the eye. We see the same seal everywhere; in every place, the seal of Allah is the same. There is always a seal put with a tender equilibrium; there is the seal of Allah. Multiply it with quadrillions. That is; "quadrillion times quadrillions times quadrillions…" If we cite it all through our lives, if so many details appear, the details that Allah creates do not end. And this delicate mathematical equilibrium persists everywhere. As Almighty Allah sets forth in the verse He had created everything on a delicate calculation. "A delicate calculation."