Like a broken copier, popular science media just keeps spitting this stuff out.
“Where, for starters, are the laws of quantum mechanics themselves supposed to have come from?”
Krauss’s A Universe from Nothing is a superior and accessible rehashing of the concept of the “landscape,” also known as the “multiverse.”
Nature reviews Lawrence Krauss’s new book, A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing.
Earlier this month, Nature looked ahead at “five experiments as hard as finding the Higgs.” Two of them have relevance to the debate between naturalistic evolution and intelligent design.