Excuse me answer please??

topsquark

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there's something I don't understand.the man doesn't believe in God.no big bang, he says.he says there are no multiverse.how is this happening?isn't that contradictory?
I know where you are coming from, but please drop the religion thing. It just causes problems.

The BB theory is attractive to many religions because it implies some kind of intervention to start the whole thing. But this is not a definitive argument as Hawking demonstrated when he claimed that there didn't have to be a specific moment of creation nor a specific cause for it to have happened.

The multiverse is an entirely different topic. It is possible to have a multiverse existing before our own Universe came about.

-Dan
 
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izmit
I know where you are coming from, but please drop the religion thing. It just causes problems.

The BB theory is attractive to many religions because it implies some kind of intervention to start the whole thing. But this is not a definitive argument as Hawking demonstrated when he claimed that there didn't have to be a specific moment of creation nor a specific cause for it to have happened.

The multiverse is an entirely different topic. It is possible to have a multiverse existing before our own Universe came about.

-Dan
I asked too many questions.excuse me.it's interesting that he doesn't believe in the Big Bang and God.he doesn't believe in multiverse.I don't believe what he says.There must be a reason why the universe came into being.Thanks :)
 
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izmit
I know where you are coming from, but please drop the religion thing. It just causes problems.

The BB theory is attractive to many religions because it implies some kind of intervention to start the whole thing. But this is not a definitive argument as Hawking demonstrated when he claimed that there didn't have to be a specific moment of creation nor a specific cause for it to have happened.

The multiverse is an entirely different topic. It is possible to have a multiverse existing before our own Universe came about.

-Dan
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izmit
What's your question?

-Dan
I asked too many questions.excuse me.it'seresting that he doesn't believe in the Big Bang and God.he doesn't believe in multiverse.I don't believe what he says.There must be a reason why the universe came into being.Thanks :)
 

topsquark

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On the dance floor, baby!
I asked too many questions.excuse me.it'seresting that he doesn't believe in the Big Bang and God.he doesn't believe in multiverse.I don't believe what he says.There must be a reason why the universe came into being.Thanks :)
You simply reposted. I'm not sure what you are trying to ask at this point. Are you still looking for a specific reason why the Universe exists? That's already been answered by more than one person. There are some ideas kicking around but we really don't know.

-Dan
 
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You are trying to get us to agree that the presence of the universe proves the existence of God.
But we believe that there are purely secular reasons for the presence of the universe.
We just don't know what they are (yet).
 
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If it is not impossible then
in a realm of infinite chances
it will happen.

(This is another of those multiverse arguments)