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.
“To suggest how Darwinian evolution can surf across supposed oceans of improbability, I have set up a mutation-selection demonstration.”
“Even if the multiverse exists, it leaves the deep mysteries of nature unexplained.”