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Physicist Paul Davies, reviewing, for the Guardian, Stephen Hawking’s new book, The Grand Design (Bantam 2010), says this: The laws of physics can explain, he says, how a universe of space, time and matter could emerge spontaneously, without the need … Continue reading
Appearing to have stepped out of a 1970s time machine, Paul Davies gives a stimulating talk on the cosmic mysteries. Intellectual wavy gravy: And Part 2:
Physicist Paul Davies, from the conclusion of his book, The Goldilock’s Enigma: So, how come existence? At the end of the day, all the approaches I have discussed are likely to prove unsatisfactory. In fact, in reviewing them they all seem … Continue reading
Physicist Paul Davies: If almost any of the basic features of the universe, from the properties of atoms to the distribution of the galaxies, were different, life would very probably be impossible. Now, it happens that to meet these various … Continue reading
Here’s a quote from Albert Einstein on time (yes, that Albert Einstein): “People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubborn, persistent illusion.” (Quoted on p. 27, and in … Continue reading
Here’s a quote from physicist Paul Davies on the notion that we might live in a “block universe”: “Physicists prefer to think of time as laid out in its entirety – a timescape, analogous to a landscape – with all … Continue reading