Researchers at CERN: The universe should not exist
|December 22, 2017||Posted by News under Big Bang, Fine tuning, Intelligent Design, Naturalism|
You shouldn’t exist either. But the people saying so in this case are not population bombers or jihadis.
From Philip Perry at BigThink:
What CERN scientists say as a result of their latest experiment is: the universe itself is a miracle, as it shouldn’t exist at all. This is of course taken in reference to the Big Bang theory. Though the prevailing one, it’s not the only theory to explain how all and everything came into being. Still, in this view, it all starts with the singularity.
There’s another problem and here’s where the CERN scientists come in. The environment that produced the particles that make up the universe, as we know them now, should have created equal parts matter and antimatter. Yet, the latter is surprisingly rare. Not only that, a 50-50 split would’ve seen each particle uniting with its polar opposite, creating a burst of unimaginable energy and leaving nothing behind, save a vast howling void of a cosmos. And yet, here we are.
One theory is that matter and antimatter must in some way be radically different. But the latest CERN experiment does not find this is the case. According to the Standard Model of physics, a manual for every known particle in the universe and how it operates, each type of atom has its polar opposite, its antiparticle, with the same mass, but with an opposite electrical charge.More.
Of course, in the new naturalist multiverse, there are bound to be a few universes that don’t make sense even if naturalism is true, right? Ours just happens to be one of them.
And don’t question it. Your consciousness is an evolved illusion and Darwin can explain why you see a pattern when there really isn’t one.
See also: The Big Bang: Put simply, the facts are wrong.
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