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Which is why I said Those laws may or may not exists outside the domain of this universe
I am sure you did mention tuned (or similar) which is why I answered in that way having just checked I apologise, you wrote turned and I misread it, dyslexia is a bugger eh? However see later in this post regarding infinite
Scientific projects in the process, you may of course consider it arrogance and wishful thinking to want to understand, but thats your problem. Refer to http://www.perimeterinstitute.ca/research/res... if you dont want to look so foolish, they have plenty of papers for public view in the sciences related to cosmology
Which other way is there to argue, I realise you make the most of it but arguing from naivety does not really count
Nope a way of saying hypothesis, conjecture is something entirely different so dont try and tell me what I am saying when you cant even understand the difference.
Well if you will cherry pick then you will be left with incomplete statements. Here let me cite the complete sentence The time of some bronze age guy saying godidit is gone, science and mathematics has taken over.
Well science certainly allows you to post on topix and has allowed Iran to create a nuclear industry and rockets (for whatever purpose). Your personal politics is bugger all to do with the science.
No, can you say why there is something instead of nothing? Just because the creation event is not yet understood it does not mean its contradictory, it just means its not understood.
Once again there is nothing in the universe that is contradictory. It is a completely logical and predictable environment from 10^-34th of a second after its creation to now and for trillions of years into the future. Prior to 10^-34th of a second is not understood but is conjectured.
It is possible that the universe is infinite but as far as we know and in probability it is not. More probably there are infinite finite universes.
Schroeder is said to have said in later life that he wished he had never met the cat.
Yes it is hard to understand, basically it means inflation has caused expansion faster than light so the boundary
(if there even is one) will forever be beyond our detection.
This is a inescapably a paradox of reasoning in itself.
It is however the scenario that fits the evidence.
It's a conflict also that there are two problems that exist in our understanding of the universe.
The first one is there is a conflict in the age of the universe.
Some stars appear to be older than the universe itself temporally by some calculations.
So there is a error in one. Paradox.
The other is the speed of the stars at edges of galaxies, they move to fast, we attempt to explain it with dark matter, it may be the answer, but is not beyond scant evidence in proving it to be the cause. Or even exactly what it is causing it.
The uncertainty principle, and Schroeder's cat the Higgs field, all enigmas and also paradoxical. There are many, and whether you accept it or not , the start of this universe is a paradox.