Everything points with overwhelming force to a definite event, or series of events of creation at some time or times, not infinitely remote. The universe cannot have originated by chance out of its present ingredients, and neither can it have been always the same as now.

Sir James Hopwood Jeans, Eos, or the Wider Aspects of Cosmogony, 1928, page 55.

Note:  Sir James Hopwood Jeans – British physicist, astronomer and mathematician; Institutions:  Trinity College, Cambridge, &  Princeton University

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