Sheldon: Sabine Hossenfelder has said that particle physicists are “lost in math,” > trained to play with “beautiful” equations rather than actual physics. Here we have a similar example in astrophysics. Roger makes one unsupported assumption after another, leading to an effect so small as to “need amplification.”
Nature itself, he says, provides examples of how the immaterial interacts with the material.
But when they do it, it doesn’t sound very random at all.