Ruminations on multiverses; Paul Davies (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Sunday, August 16, 2015, 19:06 (1784 days ago) @ dhw

Davies: So all you've done is shift the problem of existence up from the level of universe to the level of multiverse. But you haven't explained it."[/i]

TONY: He makes many of the same points we all have made, though I cringe that he blatantly refuses to follow them through to their logical conclusion that our universe was designed.

DAVID: As a highly respected scientist he has to couch his ideas carefully. he has alays come across as a deist to me.

dhw: We can never know the origin of the universe for the simple reason that we can never know what existed before whatever cause we opt for. But Davies, you and I are stubborn and imaginative and indefatigable and idealistic, because we still keep trying to grasp the ungraspable. Aren't we humans wonderful?

Yes, we are so wonderful we are the obvious pinnacle of evolution.


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