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Topic initiated on Thursday, December 28, 2006  -  2:51 PM Reply with quote
An external agent

Three non-theistic astrophysicists, two from Stanford and one from MIT, wrote a paper titled, "Disturbing Implications of a Cosmological Constant."


Now, you, of all people, should know that the Cosmological Constant is another term for dark energy, which physicist Lawrence Krauss remarked as being "the most extreme fine-tuning problem in physics." In this paper by the three non-theists, even they maintain that

"Arranging the universe as we think it is arranged would have required a miracle." Which is pretty remarkable for three non-theists to state. But they go even further and say,

"An external agent [external to space and time] intervened in cosmic history for reasons of its own."


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