Alan Harvey Guth is an American Cosmologist and Theoretical Physicist. He graduated from MIT in 1968. His research on how particle theory was useful in the early universe was well known. He developed the idea of Cosmic Inflation in 1979 and proposed it to Stanford University.

According to Alan Guth, we are completely responsible for our own life. We have to create our meaning in our life. We give importance to things, and it creates meaning out of them.

We don’t have to search and ask any guru for our purpose in life. We need to dive inside us, and we will eventually strive to the meaning.

In an unobservable Universe, our tiny planet will live and die, and our existence on this tiny planet is very fragile. We, humans, create importance of other humans and from which meaning exists and it has no relevance with planet earth or any other planets or stars in galaxies. We are a speck of dust in huge cosmos, so the meaning we create is our meaning, and it is limited to ourselves.


“Despite its name, the big bang theory is not really a theory of a bang at all. It is really only a theory of the aftermath of a bang.”

About – Alan explains the meaning of life is our responsibility. We have to take charge and take action on it.
About – The theory of the Multi-Verse Universe brings many problems to understand and raises a lot of questions of which answers are never satisfying. Alan, therefore, says that Science is based on probabilities of realistic theory, not a deterministic theory. Alan Quotes Stephen Hawking to refer to the theory of Multi-Verse.
About – How did the Universe begin? Hint – Alan is working with Sean Carroll on research about Universe secret.

“It’s hard to build models of inflation that don’t lead to a multiverse. It’s not impossible, so I think there’s still certainly research that needs to be done. But most models of inflation do lead to a multiverse, and evidence for inflation will be pushing us in the direction of taking [the idea of a] multiverse seriously.”