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.
Any sufficiently advanced extraterrestrial intelligence would be indistinguishable from God.
I had the pleasure of hearing Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss engage in a fireside chat at Stanford this past weekend. For the most part, they agreed with one-another on nearly everything. If I could summarize their conversation in 2 words, it would be “fear” and “evangelism.” First, it’s clear that they fear intelligent design. They equated intelligent design proponents with “con-men” who are “slimy,” “well-funded,” and promote “ignorance.” (Incidentally, each of these claims is incorrect.) They also appeared to greatly fear religion, as both Dawkins and Krauss held that teaching young children about religion in Sunday School is equivalent to “child abuse.” Dawkins even said that his goal is “to kill religion.” (Dawkins later tried to qualify this argument, Read More ›