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“The Universe Should Not Have Lasted for More than a Second”: The limitations of scientific theories

Stan Hummel called my attention to, and asked for my thoughts on this article:┬áBig Bang Theory Challenged –“The Universe Should Not Have Lasted for More than a Second”. British cosmologists are puzzled: they predict that the universe should not have … Continue reading

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Why a Larger Multiverse Shouldn’t Make You Feel Small | Max Tegmark

The Higgs Boson was predicted with the same tool as the planet Neptune and the radio wave: with mathematics. Why does our universe seem so mathematical, and what does it mean? In my new book, Our Mathematical Universe, which comes … Continue reading

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