Dr. Asimov summarizes by saying that— We may then imagine the existence of two kinds of universes. One, our own, is the taredyon-universe (slow) in which all particles go at subluminary velocities and may accelerate to nearly the speed of light as their energy increases. The other is the tachyon-universe, in which all particles go at superluminal velocities and may decelerate to nearly the speed of light as their energy increases. Between is the infinitely narrow “luxon wall” (Latin for light) in which there are particles that go at exactly luminal velocities. The luxon wall can be considered as being held by both universes in common . . . . A literal interpretation of God as light could be sued as an evidence of God’s ability to create even an infinite universe. Beginning with the Lorentz transformation of mass: M1 = M we have an existence at the speed of light implying an infinite mass. Plugging infinite mass into the classical formula for Kinetic energy produces infinite energy. Finally, using Einstein’s relation of mass and energy we have God physically possible of creating an infinite universe. (Asimov, p. 876) He said superluminal velocities; does it means the rank includes infinite velocity? How his hipothetic God conceived as infinite energy can be formuled and/or conceptualized more accurately?