Tag: general relativity
God Hypothesis: In Defense of Stephen Meyer’s Book Title
What Dr. Meyer did was enter the atheist camp, take up their flawed tools, and defeat them with their own weapons.
Can Physics Account for Our Whole Reality?
Mathematician turned philosopher Nancy Cartwright says no; reality is ultimately too complex for that.
Dreaming Spiders? My Disagreement with Michael Egnor
Rapid eye movement may indicate neural activity, but dreaming for me implies a conscious awareness of the dream state, which I consider as unlikely in spiders.
A Sympathetic Account of Panpsychism
“Modern physics was founded on the separation of mind and matter.” Indeed, it was. And if that doesn’t work, materialism is dead.
Astrophysicists Battle over Whether the Multiverse Must Exist
“If cosmic inflation and quantum field theory are both correct, then the Multiverse arises as an inevitable consequence of the two.”