Physicist Brian Miller explains that nothing remotely this dramatic occurred in the experiment.
The continued spookiness of the fine-tuning of the interactions in the universe is a constant threat to materialism.
The conclusion that the universe had a beginning is far more parsimonious and consistent with the evidence.
What is inevitable here is not the mathematical beauty of physical law, but the circumlocutions scientists use to evade design in nature.
A memory of past events helps a cell learn how to respond to recurring threats and protect the genome.