From: Glenn Morton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 03 2003 - 21:51:52 EDT
>From: Howard J. Van Till [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 8:31 AM
>To: Glenn Morton; Josh Bembenek; firstname.lastname@example.org
>> The point is that we are forced to attribute eternal existence to
>> something--God or the universe are the leading candidates.
>As it stands, this looks lie an either/or choice. I'm more inclined toward
>the both/and option -- there has always been God and A World, whose
>being/existence is a Sacred Mystery that should inspire unceasing awe and
>reverence within us.
Does this mean you believe in the many worlds hypothesis? My logic is thus.
Our part of the univese has not always existed--the big bang. That could be
caused either by God or by physical processes like symmetry breaking in
Higgs fields. But that symmetry breaking requires that this process still
be going on, thus creating universe after universe. so, so you believe in
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