Caleb Scharf explores the degrees of magnitude separating the immensity of the universe from the smallest particle of matter.
Increasingly, the direction of research points away from a materialist view in which information is seen as a byproduct of matter.
Some scientists respond, “Well, there must be an enormous number of universes and each one is a little different. This one just happened to turn out right.”
In 1927, Belgian astronomer Georges Lemaître theorized that the universe began with a single explosion from a densely compacted state.
The Matrix, the first episode, was a fun movie. But as a description for reality? Please.