Hossenfelder concludes that “we are facing the limits of science itself.” And the question of the universe’s origin “we’ll never be able to answer.”
The continued spookiness of the fine-tuning of the interactions in the universe is a constant threat to materialism.
My first exposure to intelligent design detection in science took place during a summer job with National Defence Research in 1978 as an engineering student.
Adam Perkins, King’s College London lecturer in Neurobiology of Personality, was scheduled to deliver a talk at his institution.
String theory, which took root in the 1970s, proposes that “all objects in our universe are composed of vibrating filaments (strings) and membranes (branes) of energy.”