The Underlying Principle Behind the Second Law
Extremely improbable events must be macroscopically (simply) describable to be forbidden.
Great Christmas Gift — Proofs of God Translates Design Arguments for Young Students, Teenagers
Sometimes the best way to learn is when you’re having fun and don’t even realize that you’re learning.
Why Just Anything Can’t Happen Via Infinite Universes
Can you be bald in one universe and fully haired in another? Can you have two eyeballs in this universe and three in another? The answer is no.
Are Singularities a Part of Science?
“Any paper that discusses or describes singularities in the field equations of general relativity is discussing extra-natural objects.”
Melissa Cain Travis: Explaining the Uncanny “Cosmic Resonance” of Mathematics
Travis considers the history of Western thinking from Pythagoras and the pre-Socratic philosophers to Philo of Alexandria and onward.