SIDNEY COLEMAN The multiverse begins with a space and it’s an empty space. But it’s rapidly expanding. Space with a cosmological constant. Although, because its empty space, you cannot see what’s it doing. In an expanding universe expanding that fast, fluctuations happen. Things do happen even though it’s completely empty. One of the things that […]Read more "MY SPACE-TIME WAR #4 : A Bubble Pops out"
MODERN COSMOLOGY V/S YESTERDAY’S COSMOLOGY 25 years ago, there were two versions of cosmologies. It was believed one of them was right. They were called Big Bang cosmologies and there were two versions – open and closed. In an open cosmology the universe was infinite but more than that it continued to be infinite, it […]Read more "MY SPACE-TIME WAR #3 : Modern Cosmology v/s Yesterday’s Cosmology"
Let us formalize this idea. Let us take the space of all possible configurations. If you start from the pink region, for some unknown reason (we don’t know who put the molecules in the pink region), but if you start and you let the system run it would move out of that region, into the […]Read more "MY SPACE-TIME WAR #2 :Held up In Uncertainties and Randomness"
The contradiction between science and religion is actually an ancient conflict. Back in 1277, Pope John 21 felt so threatened by the idea of laws of nature that he decreed them a harass. Unfortunately, that did nothing to change the law governing the gravity. A few moths later the palace roof collapsed and fell on […]Read more "Ch-3 Science and Religion"
For centuries it was believed that disabled people like Stephen Hawking were living under a curse inflicted by a God. Well I suppose it’s possible that he might have upset someone. But I prefer to think that everything can be explained another way by the laws of nature, so what exactly is a law of nature […]Read more "Ch-2 Understanding the meaning of LAWS OF NATURE"