As atheists scientists like Stephen Hawking or Leonard Susskind are confronted with the undeniable twin improbabilities of both Darwinist Evolution (DE) and the chance Origin of Life (OOL), they have floundered about like passengers on the Titanic, clinging to every piece of driftwood as if it were a lifeboat. Somehow they think that if life is so incredibly unlikely in our universe, multiplying by an infinite number of universes will solve their problem.
I am reminded of the man who said he started a company selling widgets at a loss, but he’s planning to make up for it in volume.
With all due respect, the concept of infinity has caused more than one person to go insane. The paradoxes multiply without any need to invoke metaphysics or multi-verses. But if we take a very sane mathematical approach, we can handle small amounts of infinity the way mathematicians since Archimedes have handled it, by taking the limits as numbers approach infinity. So let’s see if Stephen Hawking is right, that multiverses solve the Darwinian dilemma.
Let’s start with a textbook example: