* Featured image is a representation of Dissolution/Annihilation.
Propel have,after the advances made by Quantum Theory,started questioning traditional Physics.
Accepted Theories of Modern Physics,on the limitation of the Universe,behaviour of Atoms are undergoing a vast change.
Earlier,Atoms were considered the smallest Particle that can not be divided further.
Then came the Sub Atomic Particles.
And now effort is on to find the Bosun Particle in LHC at Berne.
While these experiments are on way,the theories of Quantum in respect of Atoms and Universe is gaining currency with experiments proving Quantum on Particle Physics and the Existence and Time Scale of the Universe.
Quantum has proved that contrary to accepted theory,An Atom is present in many places at the same Time.
And the Atoms change when One perceives them.
That is you change the Object when you perceive it.
The Observer changes the Observed.
The Observed also changes the Observer.
In the light of these revolutionary Concepts,I checked what the Vedas say on this?
Also what Viseshika System of Hinduism assert.
Contrary to popular thinking Hinduism,Hinduism does not consist of only Vedas,Puranas ,Smritis ,Ramayana,Mahabharata.
Hinduism consists of Six Systems.
Purva Mimamsa and
Each has a speciality.
Hinduism is Collective Wisdom and it does not adhere to a rigid system and asserts only that system is perfect.
Ri Veda,the earliest Literature of Mankind states,
‘Bhadram Karnobobhi Srunuyma Deva,
Let Noble Thoughts reach my ears from everywhere.
Atoms,according to Vaiseshikas,is the minutest particle and it can be divided further.
It is called Paramanu.
This Paramanu is of two types.
One that is Eternal and hence can not be destroyed.
Another type is the Paramanu that gets destroyed periodically.
And the second type,combines with other Paramanus to form objects that are Perceived.
The first type of Paramanu,which is Eternal .
‘The atoms of earth, water, fire, and air are eternal because an atom is partless and cannot be produced or destroyed. The common elements of earth, water, fire, and air, however, are noneternal because they are produced by combinations of atoms and therefore can disintegrate or change. The existence of atoms is proved by inference — not by perception — in the following way. All the composite objects of the world are made up of parts. In separating the parts of a composite object, one passes from the larger to the smaller, and then from the smaller to the smallest part. But when one comes to the smallest part that cannot be further divided in any way, then the process of separation has to stop’
So the Paramanu of the Observable Universe is subject to apparent Destruction.
However,the other type,which is Eternal remains unaffected.
These Eternal Paramanus belong to,
Time and Direction,
Mind and Soul.
The Paramanus of these three remain undisturbed at the Time of Dissolution, Pralaya.
When reemergence of the Universe takes place the dissolved Paramanus create the Observable Universe.
So, when the Universe is Dissolved,though some Atoms,in the parlance of Modern Physics,are destroyed,some remain.
Now read what Quantum says on Dissolution.
In particle physics, annihilation is the process that occurs when a subatomic particle collides with its respective antiparticle to produce other particles, such as an electron colliding with a positron to produce two photon.The total energy and momentum of the initial pair are conserved in the process, and, more generally are distributed among a set of other particles in the final state. Antiparticles have exactly opposite additive quantum numbers from particles, so the sums of all quantum numbers of such an original pair are zero. Hence, any set of particles may be produced whose total quantum numbers are also zero as long as conservation of energy and conservation of momentum are obeyed.
During a low-energy annihilation, photon production is favored, since these particles have no mass. However, high-energy particle colliders produce annihilations where a wide variety of exotic heavy particles are created.
The word annihilation may also be used informally for the interaction of two particles that are not mutual antiparticles (not charge conjugate). Some quantum numbers may then not sum to zero in the initial state, but must be conserved, with the same totals in the final state. An example is the “annihilation” of a high-energy electron antineutrino with an electron to produce a W−( intermediate Vector Bosun)
If the annihilating particles are composite, such as mesons or baryons, then several different particles are typically produced in the final state.(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annihilation)