We’re not sure it should be called a problem at all. It’s like dividing by zero. It doesn’t work, but that doesn’t change anything for most math.
“Three years ago I tried to visit the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, and, on a Wednesday, found the place locked up at midday.”
We keep hearing good things about the interview.
“Scientists such as Galileo and Johannes Kepler were not sympathetic to Bruno in their writings.”
Apparently, the horse genes were there for “leopard” spotting, contrary to what some have supposed.
If you set aside God and forget philosophy, must you end up with the multiverse?
They may not have adapted to warmer temperatures, it is suggested.
We’re told that the panel’s biologist claimed that all the DNA besides the 2% protein-coding regions is redundant junk.
Equations provide a basis for evaluation that goes beyond “Wow. Way coooool.”
” But other universes are by definition beyond observation, so that the anthropic principle is untestable, and therefore unscientific.”
How do we get from that to physical stuff?
Interesting because life sciences firms seem to be starting up in Austin at a fair clip.
In our view, Hawking’s problem isn’t that he tried to do without God but that he tried to do without God AND philosophy at the same time. And ended up with hocus pocus.
” Cooking provided early humans with more energy, allowing for such energetically-costly evolutionary changes.”
One creature to be tested is the animal, tardigrade (water bear), which can survive temperatures approaching absolute zero …