Multiple Universes = No God?

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Re: Multiple Universes = No God?

Post by YouWish » Wed Jan 30, 2008 2:28 am

Sometimes, when popular science writers are writing about science, they either "dumb down" or "sensationalize" the news. It's so bad that you pretty much can't trust the mainstream news to report anything about science accurately. In this case, scientists have certainly not proved that multiple universes exist, merely that they are possible (which is what we've know for some time). They just had a more rigorous mathematical explanation of why it is possible than we have had before.

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Re: Multiple Universes = No God?

Post by Metacrock » Wed Jan 30, 2008 3:54 am

YouWish wrote:Sometimes, when popular science writers are writing about science, they either "dumb down" or "sensationalize" the news. It's so bad that you pretty much can't trust the mainstream news to report anything about science accurately. In this case, scientists have certainly not proved that multiple universes exist, merely that they are possible (which is what we've know for some time). They just had a more rigorous mathematical explanation of why it is possible than we have had before.

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