Post by Siri Cruise Post by The Starmaker
Why not existence?
Without a creator god it becomes a chance occurence like so many other things.
In fact, in quantum mechanics where there is nothing, i.e. zero total
energy, the probability that something is produced from it, is 100 %
Post by Siri Cruise
With a creator god it is for the god to know and maybe share the reason
with us, or maybe not.
All observations of our universe correspond to the idea that its total
energy is zero. So a deity is not necessary to explain the existence
of the universe:
“Quantum fluctuations can have produced the universe.”
—Lawrence M. Krauss, “A Universe from Nothing”
Further, we should not be surprised that we find ourselves living in a
universe in which we can exist. If the conditions would be different,
we could not exist and could not ask the question.
Please stop (continuing) this mindless amok-crossposting (by “The Starmaker”
troll). F’up2 sci.physics.
“Science is empirical: knowing the answer means nothing;
testing your knowledge means everything.”
—Dr. Lawrence M. Krauss, theoretical physicist,
in “A Universe from Nothing” (2009)