An astrophysicist explains:
If we didn’t have the Pauli Exclusion Principle to prevent multiple fermions from having the same quantum state, our Universe would be extremely different. Every atom would have almost identical properties to hydrogen, making the possible structures we could form extremely simplistic. White dwarf stars and neutron stars, held up in our Universe by the degeneracy pressure provided by the Pauli Exclusion Principle, would collapse into black holes. And, most horrifically, carbon-based organic compounds — the building blocks of all life as we know it — would be an impossibility for us.Ethan Siegel, “This Little-Known Quantum Rule Makes Our Existence Possible” at Forbes
Paging Hugh Ross… 😉
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What becomes of science when the evidence does not matter?
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