Sanchez on Why There is Something Instead of Nothing [EvolutionBlog]
Profile Jason Rosenhouse received his PhD in mathematics from Dartmouth College in 2000.
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#1 Jul 16, 2010
if there was nothing, then we wouldn't be around to ask this question
Since: Feb 08
#2 Jul 16, 2010
In fact, the concept of "is" requires that something exist. So it doesn't make any sense to refer to "there is nothing".
#3 Jul 17, 2010
Theists display a credulous and childlike faith, worship a certainty as yet unsupported by evidence--the certainty that the exists a reason why the universe came into existence that is knowable, comprehensible, or even meaningful to a human being, and that in the absence of any evidence for such a reason, they are free to simply make one up and have it then actually be true.
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