I hate to go into a 'fault-finding' trip, but what gives you the idea that
"the universe works" in any way WE, stupid consequences THINK OF in any
The universe (???) or anything we translate into universes in our limited
minds - MAY work in its own unrestricted ways and we - with our minuscule
knowledge, even that distorted into our (personally different) minds, -
imagine that *hypothetical* working into whatever we please.
Then, pray, why not imagining it in ways we feel comfortable with?
End of Sunday sermon
On 5/23/10, Stathis Papaioannou <stath...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 23 May 2010 05:26, John Mikes <jami...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Stathis:
> > how about a wording version of your remark:
> > "you may as well claim that we should not make up an "infinite universe
> > story" that would boggle the human mind"?
> > I am not against the 'exist', because any idea does exist (at least in
> > mind of the initiator).
> > John M
> The mere fact that something is difficult to think about does not mean
> that that is not how the universe works. Infinite universes are no
> less mind-boggling than a single infinite universe. For that matter, a
> finite single universe is also mind-boggling. There just isn't any
> simple, common sense way to think about the universe or universes.
> Stathis Papaioannou
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