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Check out this excerpt from Second Eden:

“This the last load of NAV?”

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Notes:

1) Atheist-turned-agnostic astronomer Fred Hoyle coined the term “Big Bang.” Hoyle stated that “A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a super-intellect has monkeyed with physics." Hoyle also viewed the Big Bang not just as a chaotic explosion, but rather a very highly ordered event – one that could not have occurred by random chance.

2) “What was God doing before the divine creation? Was he preparing hell for people who asked such questions?” Stephen Hawking said after explaining that that God wasn’t necessary for the creation of the universe in what is termed the “Big Bang.”

3) “Even though infinity is not a number, it is possible for one infinite set to contain more things than another infinite set. Mathematicians divide infinite sets into two categories, countable and uncountable sets. In a countably infinite set you can 'number' the things you are counting. You can think of the set of natural numbers (numbers like 1,2,3,4,5,...) as countably infinite. The other type of infinity is uncountable, which means there are so many you can't 'number' them. An example of something that is uncountably infinite would be all the real numbers (including numbers like 2.34.. and the square root of 2, as well as all the integers and rational numbers). In fact, there are more real numbers between 0 and 1 than there are natural numbers (1,2,3,4,...) in the whole number line! See One infinity larger than another? for more information. http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/faq.large.numbers.html  Math Forum @ Drexel

4) Wormholes, also known as Einstein–Rosen bridges, cannot themselves be singularities, because they violate the simple definition: there can’t be more than one.  Speculatively, however, they may well be the route by which the dimensional universe is “reabsorbed” into the Singularity.

5) Some mathematicians use “0” as part of the Natural Numbers; some do not.

6) This leaves materialism open to the "hard problem" question that David Chalmers put forth in 1994: "How do physical processes in the brain give rise to subjective experience?" Blackmore considers this question unanswered, and unanswerable for materialists.  --- paraphrased from a review of Consciousness an Introduction, by Susan Blackmore

7) To read a great debate between the materialist point of view and that of the dualist, read War of the World Views, Science vs. Spirituality, by Deepak Chopra and world-renowned theoretical physicist Leonard Mlodinow, co-author with Stephen Hawking on The Grand Design.

8) For absolutely the best summarization of the key arguments regarding the origin of consciousness read “Is Consciousness Primary,” by Michel Bitbol, NeuroQuantology, vol. 6, n°1, 53-72, 2008

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4) Wormholes, also known as Einstein–Rosen bridges, cannot themselves be singularities, because they violate the simple definition: there can’t be more than one.  Speculatively, however, they may well be the route by which the dimensional universe is “reabsorbed” into the Singularity.

6) This leaves materialism open to the "hard problem" question that David Chalmers put forth in 1994: "How do physical processes in the brain give rise to subjective experience?" Blackmore considers this question unanswered, and unanswerable for materialists.  --- paraphrased from a review of Consciousness an Introduction, by Susan Blackmore

7) To read a great debate between the materialist point of view and that of the dualist, read War of the World Views, Science vs. Spirituality, by Deepak Chopra and world-renowned theoretical physicist Leonard Mlodinow, co-author with Stephen Hawking on The Grand Design.

8) For absolutely the best summarization of the key arguments regarding the origin of consciousness read “Is Consciousness Primary,” by Michel Bitbol, NeuroQuantology, vol. 6, n°1, 53-72, 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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