The Beginningless Time Theory and why all science based on Time having a beginning is wrong

A few years ago whilst in Nepal on a one month Bhuddist retreat I was introduced to the concept of Beginningless Time by Lama Zopa Rinpoche. In one of the lectures given he mentioned Beginningless Time, which at the time caused me much confusion. In fact as soon as I heard the term I became unable to process the rest of the lecture as my mind was totally preoccupied with understanding the concept of the Infinite.

What I struggled with was being able to accept the fact that in the universe something existed that had no beginning which I found inconceivable at the time. If a thing exists then it must have had a beginning right?

This dilemma led to many conversations with numerous people on the retreat and ultimately my understanding of Beginningless Time and the Beginningless Time Theory which I represent with the symbol:

I wrote a manuscript which I submitted to the journal Scientific Reports. Unfortunately my manuscript was not accepted on various grounds but essentially because of a lack of scientific rigour. I have included my response letter to the refusal to publish my manuscript and the Beginngless Time Theory itself.

The Beginningless Time Theory

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